Whimsical Tweet Goes Viral: Boss Gets Called Out for Believing in Fictional Religion!

Mia Nightshade

Updated Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

In a world where social media has the power to make even the most mundane moments go viral, a recent tweet has taken the internet by storm. The tweet, posted by user JustinšŸ¦†Boldaji (@justinboldaji), has garnered millions of views and thousands of retweets and likes. But what exactly is all the buzz about?

The tweet in question features a screenshot of a social media interface, possibly from Tumblr, showcasing a series of text posts poking fun at the Star Wars universe. The first post, which is outlined within its own box, includes an embedded video (which is not playing) and reads, "Shout out to this guy who casually told his boss his religion was b*******." Intriguing, right?

The video, unfortunately, remains a mystery as it is not playing. However, the engagement metrics speak for themselves. At the time of the screenshot, the video had a staggering 4.8 million views. Talk about going viral! The post also received over 3,000 retweets and 31.6 thousand likes, proving that it struck a chord with people worldwide.

But the hilarity doesn't stop there. Beneath the initial post, the same user, JustinšŸ¦†Boldaji, responds to his own tweet with a comment that reads, "His boss the giant cyborg with the laser beam sword." This witty remark has garnered its fair share of attention as well, with 21 comments, 67 retweets, and 4,941 likes. Clearly, people can't get enough of this playful jab at a fictional character.

However, the amusement doesn't end with JustinšŸ¦†Boldaji. Another user, going by the name "rynn_aurelius," chimes in with their own take on the matter. They write, "I love the Original Flavor Vader. Like, subsequent stuff made him..." Unfortunately, the rest of the text is cut off, leaving us to wonder what rynn_aurelius's opinion is on the iconic Darth Vader.

The social media interface, although brief, provides a glimpse into the humor and creativity of internet users. It showcases how people can find entertainment in poking fun at beloved franchises like Star Wars. Whether it's playfully calling out a boss for believing in a fictional religion or expressing a preference for the original version of a character, social media continues to be a platform for endless laughter and shared experiences.

So, if you find yourself in need of a good laugh, head over to JustinšŸ¦†Boldaji's Twitter page and check out the viral tweet that has captured the attention of millions. And who knows, maybe you'll discover that humor truly is a universal language, even when it comes to galaxies far, far away. May the laughter be with you!

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I don't like to retro-actively apply the prequels to the original movies, because that's not fair to the originals, but just for fun, think about how the Prequel timeline intersects with this guy's life. Jedi knights would have still been a thing when he was a teenager.


It still doesn't explain how he could force-choke someone over a Zoom call.


So weird that only like 28 years passed and the whole galaxy just forgot about the jedi


It's really weird because, like rynnaaurelius points out, the entire population of believers as far as Motti knows is maybe two guys.


The thing I never understood (thanks to the prequels) was how this guy, Han Solo, basically everybody, treats the Jedi order as if it's some ages-extinct religion that may or may not have ever existed...when in actuality they were all over the galaxy and major players in a war within the last TWENTY FIVE YEARS.


The pompous middle management guy who thought he had authority. But he quickly learned there was a bigger p**** in the room.


Lol, he went to the dark side and still isn't the master.


It's amazing. People today (rightfully) bash the Disney trilogy for being awful, but they forget how p***ed fans were about the prequels when they came out. Lucas devoted the latter half of the 1990s to making it clear that the reason the original films were so good was because his ex-wife was the editor. Without her holding him back, we ended up with an Old Republic full of Jedi who were 100% okay with slavery, child conscript soldiers, and regularly abusing their powers.


I assume Star Wars is Vietnam and Vader's the CIA.


Unfortunately, one of those old men is the Emperor and there's no demonstration to get an audience to believe in a mythical-in-universe power system like practical villainous application.

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