Ricardo Memes: Origin of the Brazilian Stripper Ricardo Milos’ Viral Video and its Funniest Memes on the Internet
Ricardo Milos memes (Photo Credits: Instagram/Ricardo Milos)

Meme world is always lit. Every now and then something gets viral in no time. The most recent person to go viral in the meme world isn't anyone new; in fact, he is a stripper in a red bandana whose vide went viral in the year 2010 and 2011. Ricardo Milos is a Brazilian stripper whose dance inspired a series of remixes and memes that was posted on a gay website "Jock Butt." However, on October 10th, 2010, it was published on the Japanese website Nico Nico Douga (NND) in the section "Gachimuchi" (muscular boys) and ever since the video didn't stop going viral even till 2018 and 2019. The Giant ‘Rice Wave’ Funny Memes Goes Viral on Twitter and Instagram (View Pics.)

Japanese fans have nicknamed Milos - Ro nau jii nyo. Ronaldinho and the Japanese word j い (jii.) Ricardo Milos is said to have explained his Sexuality & Preference in one of the sites as: "I have a Masters Degree & PhD in Sexology. I am top by nature, extremely skillfully talented. Open to possibilities. While I do not have the label myself gay, str8, bi, I have never been in a relationship with a man. I feel better long term partners."

Take a look at Ricardo Milos' dance video that went viral:

Here are some of the viral Ricardo Milos:

 

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Hilarious

 

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Level 100

 

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LOL this kid

 

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Can't stop laughing

 

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God, no!

 

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Big Bang Theory ruined for life...

 

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This video...

 

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OMG, who did this?

 

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The video had gone viral back then and people began mimicking Milos' dance with hand-drawn animations and 3D character models. Animation software Miku Miku Dance was used a lot.