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Clearly displeased, Black Twitter began to photoshop the Avengers: Endgame star with even longer nails, big bonnets, tiny box braids, and colorful turbans.
This spawned a string of other Avengers to be reimagined by Black Twitter with memes. Chadwick Boseman was photoshopped with purple locs and fierce lavender acrylics.
Chris Hemsworth was photoshopped with gold hoops and long nails, while Benedict Cumberbatch also got his own pair of gold hoops and long, neon blue nails.
"Ya'll thought!" pic.twitter.com/G9WDU2XBEe— Him: How You Doing? Me: OPotassium (@_VirgoRoyalty) June 1, 2019
Tom Holland got some box braids and Hot Cheetos, while Tom Hiddleston got his own pair of gold hoops and acrylics.
No word on if Evans has been made aware of the meme yet, but it’s safe to assume that he will be aware of Black Twitter’s presence after this.
Dominic-Madori Davis is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California. She covers the internet, politics, and social issues.