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Ohio Final Boss Meme (satoyu0704)

On TikTok, @satoyu0704 has skyrocketed in popularity.

If you’ve been scrolling through TikTok, you might have seen one of his videos before.

He is known for going live on TikTok and walking to Phonk music while wearing a suit.

In his videos, he frequently says “Ohayo” which means “Good morning” in Japanese.

However, people deliberately mistake “Ohayo” for “Ohio”.

Since then, people frequently call him the Ohio Final Boss.

In this article, you’ll learn who is satoyu0704 on TikTok and what is the Ohio final boss meme.

Who is satoyu0704?

On TikTok, satoyu0704 is a Japanese content creator who frequently goes live on TikTok.

He currently has over 1.1 million followers and a total of 11.6 million likes.

In his videos, he wears a suit while walking to Phonk music—resembling an anime protagonist.

In the beginning, his comment section was filled with Japanese comments.

More recently, his comment section started spamming Ohio comments.

Some of the comments are “Common Ohio boss”, “Most normal Ohio resident”, “President of Ohio”, and more.

Before being known as the “Ohio final boss”, Satoyu used to create voice-acting and Pikachu-related content.

His videos used to get between 200k to 1 million views.

Ever since he started posting Ohio Final Boss-related content, all of his videos got over 1 million views.

Ohio final boss meme

The Ohio final boss is @satoyu0704 on TikTok, who portrays himself as an anime protagonist.

The birth of the meme is based on multiple factors.

They are a combination of the Ohio meme, the “Ohayo” mistaken for “Ohio”, and final boss memes.

The Ohio meme is about exaggerating how crazy the state is.

It rose to popularity on TikTok as users started sharing crazy videos and saying that they are normal occurrences in Ohio.

Satoyu frequently says “Ohayo” in his videos which people ironically mistake for “Ohio”.

Final boss memes have existed on TikTok for a while now.

Some of the memes include Kumalala, Savesta, and Quandale Dingle.

The original song, Kumalala vs. Savesta, went viral on TikTok, which is a slow and reverb remix.

TikTok users posted videos with the song that portrays Kumalala and Savesta fighting against each other.

More recently, Satoyu started going live on TikTok with another Japanese TikTok creator, @natuecoco.

The live stream portrays them “battling” against each other which instantly became viral on TikTok.

TikTok users started posting clips of the live stream while the chat/comment section debated who won.

The clip (see the TikTok video above) got over 4.3 million views and 22k comments.

A clip taken from one of @natuecoco’s live streams with a guy screaming repetitively using a glitched filter went viral with over 7.7 million views.

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