Famous China-linked meme spotted on drone that attacked Dzhankoi during Xi’s Russia visit
Famous China-linked meme spotted on drone that attacked Dzhankoi during Xi’s Russia visit (Photo:TheDeadDistrict/Twitter)
A drone used in the Dzhankoi railway drone attack featured the famous Yao Ming Face meme, according to a photo published on social media.
The Yao Ming Face is commonly used to mock or “troll” an opponent in an online argument.
The meme face appears in pictures of fragments of one of the attacking drone's tail sections. It takes the form of a black-and-while drawing of the laughing face of the former Chinese professional basketball player Yao Ming. The meme is also referred to as “F*** That Guy.”
The athlete was captured making the face at a post-game press-conference. It is used to mock opponents, while dismissing their input (it is often taken to mean "Pffft!" "I beg your pardon" and "I don't give a f***.").
Used by the Russian occupiers to transport Kalibr missiles, the Dzhankoi railway depot was attacked by suicide drones on the evening on March 20, on the first evening of Chinese dictator Xi Jinping’s state visit to Russia.
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