The Group Chat Got Leaked

The Group Chat Got Leaked

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Updated May 03, 2023 at 01:46PM EDT by Adam.

Added Apr 15, 2023 at 12:45AM EDT by Autumn Able.

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The Group Chat Got Leaked is an object labeling and GIF captions meme that uses footage from various video games, movies, and television shows to illustrate how several sorts of posters would be treated if a private DM of friends was publically leaked.


The first "group chat got leaked" meme uses the ending scene to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War's final stage "Forsaken". At the end of the game, an ending cutscene (shown below, left) takes place in which several people are detained by military police as the Vera Lynn song "We'll Meet Again" plays in the background. On October 30th, 2021, YouTube user GoLdTr0op[1] posted the scene with the title "When the party chat gets leaked", with various labels placed on the people being detained. The video (shown below, right) received over 129,000 views in over one year.


Over the following year, more videos were posted using a similar format. On August 17th, 2022, YouTube user nestegg tv[2] posted a video with the caption "group chat got leaked" using footage from various television shows with the Aerosmith song "Dream On" playing in the background. The video (shown below, left) received over 1.8 million views in over eight months. On October 22nd, 2022, YouTube user Caribbean Jones[3] posted a video titled "The group chat got leaked" which uses scenes from the 2008 film Valkyrie along with the Vera Lynn song. The video (shown below, right) received over 1.7 million views in over five months.

On January 2nd, 2023, YouTube user Quicksilver posted a video using footage of people being detained with a sped-up version of The Rah Band's song "Messages From The Stars" playing in the background. The video (shown below, left) received over 609,000 views in over three months. On January 22nd, 2023, YouTube user bananablower posted a video of people getting arrested with the Toshifumi Hinata song "Reflections" playing in the background. The video (shown below, right) received over 534,000 views in over two months.

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[1] YouTube – goldtr0op

[2] YouTube – nestegg tv

[3] YouTube – Caribbean Jones

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