Lori Harvey and Future Turned Into New Toxic Text Meme for the Holiday Season

People used Lori Harvey and Future to push a new toxic text meme for the holiday season.

Lori Harvey attends Beautycon Festival Los Angeles 2019

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Lori Harvey attends Beautycon Festival Los Angeles 2019

Future has been a go-to symbol for toxicity when it comes to memes. More recently, Lori Harvey emerged as Hndrxx's formidable female counterpart. These two worlds collided on Christmas.

The holidays can be the perfect opportunity for one to creep back into the lives of an ex, someone they've ghosted, or both, with the action possibly leading to a toxic cycle. Yet, this didn't stop people from turning the scenario into a holiday meme. They either used Pluto or Lori as a mask while sharing hypothetical texts they could (or will) send past lovers. 

"I know I'm the last person you want to talk to, but I still wanted to be the first to wish you a merry Christmas" pic.twitter.com/IU1Cmh8yFY

— The TL Accountant (@Dee_Ar_Jay) December 25, 2019

‘Merry Christmas... i saw your little fiancée... she’s cute... i guess. Anyway. Tell your mom i made her sweet potato pie.’ pic.twitter.com/sD48xEqj7Z

— Sorrows.Sorrows.Prayers (@steelydanalbum) December 25, 2019

*months later*

thought I replied to this lol

merry christmas 💗 pic.twitter.com/2eetdPaLQk

— ℓαу 🌼 (@geezlais) December 25, 2019

"Did the kids stuff come from Amazon yet? I ordered it a week ago. Tell them I said Merry Christmas and daddy loves them. Wyd tonight" future toxic text. 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/Is3LBdevPe

— Bryan Patton (@BDPatton77) December 25, 2019


— BALLADS ☭ (@balladsmusic) December 26, 2019

“tell ya mama I used her secret ingredient in my sweet potato pie this christmas. I remember when she said that I was the first girl you brought home, and if felt like she gained a new daughter. merry christmas”. pic.twitter.com/wQKRFinYxM

— taylor crumpton (@taylorcrumpton) December 25, 2019

While Lori Harvey might be new to this type of attention, the Future Hive has been buzzing since before he was applying pressure with his VVS. As a result, he's become a staple in meme culture. While all of this free publicity adds to his cultural legacy, Future wishes he was able to get paid from people using his image. 

"I like the memes but I’d love it if I got paid off of them," Future recently told Uproxx. "I should be able to get some money off of it. That’s why I don’t know why people like Instagram so much, because you don’t get paid from it. You get $0 from it but you quick to put your life out there just for free. I’d rather get paid for it. That’s the only thing I don’t like about the memes of me. I don’t get paid for them. But it’s free promotion, so it’s a win-win at the end of the day, because you want people to still be talking about you no matter what." 

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