Michael Jordan will forever be synonymous with being arguably the greatest basketball player of all time with the ultimate line of kicks, which continue to run sneakerhead culture.
But in this day and age, he's synonymous with a certain trolling internet sensation that refuses to die — the Michael Jordan crying meme.
When TMZ Sports approached Jordan's good friend and former Chicago Bulls teammate Charles Oakley about whether MJ likes the trolling meme that keeps re-appearing on social media, Oak slammed that door shut pretty quick.
"No, he don't like it. Nah, he don't like it. Nah," Oakley said about what Jordan truly thinks about his crying during his Hall of Fame induction speech becoming an internet phenomenon.
Damn, Oak, we don't think you thought that answer through. Do you realize what you have done?
Giving up the goods on how MJ really feels about the crying meme will only trigger one result.
Come on, Oak, you walked MJ right into this. And we're not the only ones thinking the only way to respond to MJ not caring for the crying meme is to continue to post the crying meme.
And to think, Ja Rule really thought Jordan collected royalties off the meme.
After trolls finish giving MJ himself the crying meme treatment, you already know they're going to have it locked and loaded for all the teams and star players eliminated from the NBA playoffs.
The Michael Jordan crying meme will live on forever.
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