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A Two-Second Video Of A 5-Year-Old Boy Saying “NO” Has Turned Into The Funniest New Meme

"Hey Mom, can I..."

Posted on July 20, 2017, at 3:56 p.m. ET

This is Naja Lynn Williams, a 17-year-old from Houston, and her 5-year-old brother, Dellivon Markel Frazier Jr.


In June, the siblings were getting pizza when one of Naja's friends asked her a question on Snapchat.

She asked Dellivon to say "no" in response, she told BuzzFeed News. At first, he said it pretty quietly, so "being the annoying but yet loving sister I am," she asked him to say it louder.

And Dellivon delivered.

On Sunday, after rewatching the video with her friend Maria Fernanda, Maria posted the two-second video on Twitter.

And now, it's turned into a huge meme.

"Hey mom can i...."

"My homeboy tryna talk to you "

It's just so versatile.

me: my skin is looking so nice and clear. can it please stay like this forever? my skin:

“can i have a fry?”

when he asks you if you're mad knowing damn well you're mad

It's the "NO" heard 'round the world.

"hangout with me so you can do my makeup!!!!"

mom: u need to start going out more u never leave the house me: mom can i go to- mom:

Naja said Dellivon has a big, goofy personality and "is always like that."


"He is very loving and caring towards family, but he is a character," she said.

And he's definitely loving his newfound status as a meme.

"When he found out, he was excited, and said, 'Loook at meeee I'm so happy!'" she said.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.