[PHOTOS] ‘Straight Outta’ Memes Poke Fun at Meek Mill, Beyonce & More…. Oprah Winfrey Asks Ava DuVernay If She’s Seen ‘Powerful’ Straight Outta Compton

August 10, 2015

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Beats by Dre has started a craze that will mostly likely last forever on social media. To coincide with the release of the N.W.A biopic, Straight Outta Compton, the headphones company created a “Straight Outta” generator that is taking the internet by storm.

Fans are now using the “Straight Outta” meme generator to a comedic level by poking fun at your favorite rappers and singers including Meek Mill, Beyonce and others.

The MC was an easy target for slander. considering his current beef with Drake. One photo features the Philly rhymer and the caption “Straight Outta Lyrics.” For Beyonce, her watermelon reference on “Drunk in Love” is flipped to “Straight Outta Watermelon.” Rapper 50 Cent’s legal woes become the butt of the joke with “Straight Outta Money.”

There are many hilarious memes out there but we selected 10 below that made us howl with laughter.

If you want to do your own “Straight Outta” meme, head over to StraightOuttaSomewhere.com. Check out the film detailing the notorious rap group on Aug. 14.



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Oprah Winfrey asks Ava DuVernay if she’s seen ‘powerful’ Straight Outta


Director replied she’s ‘super curious’ about the N.W.A. biopic and to see her hometown on-screen

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Straight Outta Compton premieres in theaters this Friday, and Ava DuVernay is eager to see her hometown come to life on-screen. The filmmaker responded to a tweet about the movie from her Selmaproducer Oprah Winfrey, and the two are already giving love and support to fellow director F. Gary Gray.

Oprah tweeted at DuVernay on Saturday to ask if she’d seen the “powerful” film yet. She replied and said she hadn’t, but added that “super curious” about it:



The director also showed her support for the N.W.A. biopic and the man behind it this past Friday. To promote Straight Outta Compton, Beats by Dre set up a website so that fans could make their own hip-hop-inspired album covers. DuVernay’s is a tribute to her childhood growing up in Compton, California.


DuVernay spoke briefly about her life in Compton to Rolling Stone. “There are no independent movie houses in communities of color in this country,” she said. What kept her passion for film alive, she continued, were her weekly trips to the multiplex with her aunt.


via – EW