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Minnesota Vikings put ‘Spoons Out for Harambe’ before game vs. Titans

Minnesota Vikings put ‘Spoons Out for Harambe’ before game vs. Titans

Ever since his tragic death Harambe, the gorilla killed at the Cincinnati Zoo in May can be found everywhere on the internet and pop culture, from memes to conspiracy theories, to even a Young Thug song!

So it might not be that surprising to you when I say it’s found it’s way into the NFL.

Before their opening game against the Tennessee Titans, some members of the Minnesota Vikings decided to get hyped by putting ‘Spoons out for Harambe’:

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We get the reference, but we’re still confused about the spoons part.

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