Written by Meriane Jeffreys on July 4, 2022 at 10:41 am | Updated on July 4, 2022 at 10:49 am
Brazil — The man who became a meme with the catchphrase “give it to me, daddy”, a social media phenomenon due to its use in several memes, died early Sunday afternoon (3), in Tauá, in the interior of Ceará.
José Itamir Alves de Bezerra, 56, known as “Zé Iaiá”, became famous after his video went viral in 2015.
According to witnesses, “Zé Iaiá” fell ill and passed out in front of a bar in Rua Júlio Gonçalves da Silva, in the Bezerra de Souza district.
According to the military police, agents were called, but when they arrived at the scene, the Samu team had already pronounced the victim dead, due to cardiac arrest.