This Article is From Jan 09, 2021

Memes On Everything That Has Somehow Already Happened In 2021

While Elon Musk overtook Jeff Bezos to become the richest person in the world, WhatsApp announced an update to its privacy policy

Memes On Everything That Has Somehow Already Happened In 2021

The first few days on 2021 saw a flood of memes on social media.

A little over a week into 2021 and some social media users already want to "cancel their subscription". They have seen enough, they say. The first week of the new year has provided fodder for thousands of memes and jokes on social media. While the coronavirus pandemic and ensuing lockdowns across the world in 2020 were unprecedented, people felt they were a little more prepared going into 2021. Turns out, the new year still had more than a few surprises in store. 

One meme perfectly captures how Twitter users felt when news of the US Capitol attack broke while everyone was still reeling from rumours of Kim and Kanye's divorce.

More than a few Twitter users blamed the bad luck of 2020.  

Some just wanted to cancel their subscription to 2021, citing the seven day free trial as "horrible".

#CivilWar trended on Twitter as thousands of supporters of Donald Trump swarmed the Capitol Hill in Washington DC on Wednesday, bypassing security and leading to accusations that the outgoing US President was attempting to stage a coup. 

Beauty influencer Jeffree Star took to his YouTube Thursday to deny rumours of an affair with Kanye amid reports that the rapper was headed for a divorce with reality TV start wife Kim Kardashian.

Meanwhile, WhatsApp announced an update in its terms and privacy policy, leading to privacy concerns among users.

And in 2021, Elon Musk managed to dethrone Jeff Bezos as the world's richest person - a position that the Amazon founder had occupied since late 2017.

How has 2021 been for you so far? Let us know using the comments section. 

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