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What is the America Ya Meme? Hallo :D Comment Explained

The “America Ya” meme went viral on TikTok along with the “HALLO :D” comment.

The meme is also known as “Osaka in America” or “Hallo Hallo Hallo”.

A TikTok user will first comment “America ya :D” and others will reply “HALLO :D” to it.

These types of viral spam comments are common on TikTok and are based on pop culture.

In this article, you’ll learn what is the America Ya meme on TikTok (Hallo :D), the original anime video, and why people comment it.

What is the America Ya meme?


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The America Ya meme is a viral spam comment based on a popular anime series, Azumanga Daioh.

On TikTok, users will comment “America ya :D” with no context under some videos.

Other users will reply “HALLO :D” to the comment until it forms a chain.

Opera GX posted a video of the trend where even the official TikTok account participated in it.

The video got over12 million views, 2 million likes, and 130k comments.

Where did the America Ya Hallo meme come from?

The America Ya Hallo meme originated from a scene in the popular anime series, Azumanga Daioh.

In the scene, the character, Ayumu Kasuga, dreams that she went to the United States.

When she steps out of the airplane, she said “America ya”, which translates to “It’s America!”.

However, every American is her friend, Chiyo Mihama—but a shrunken version of her.

The many Chiyo’s started saying “Hallo!” in unison while Ayumu has a shocked expression.

The video was uploaded to TikTok by @jonah.schelly and got over 1.5 million views.

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