Harambe, the gorilla killed by a police officer in Georgia, has become a viral phenomenon thanks to the Internet, where millions of people are making memes to commemorate the animal.
But the meme has been around for years, and many people are using the image to promote products like gorilla glue, which is a glue made from the gorilla’s hide.
It also has been used as a joke among celebrities and celebrities’ families, according to The Hill.
“He’s a big character,” said former President Jimmy Carter, who died on Sunday.
“I was a little bit upset that he got killed by the police, but then I saw the photos of the gorilla and the glue and thought, ‘Why didn’t they have any glue before?'”
But many people also think Harambe’s image is the most iconic in history.
It’s one of many memes that are used to promote different products.
A lot of the products on sale now have gorilla glue as a coating, but some of them also include baby formula.
“A lot of companies put it in baby formula,” said one former marketing executive.
“It’s the glue that everybody uses on their fingers and the stuff that gets thrown in the garbage.
You get it all over the place.”
Celebrities’ families have been taking on the gorilla issue for years.
Some celebrities have used the image of Harambe as a way to show their gratitude for helping the animal get through the crisis.
In 2013, singer Alicia Keys tweeted that her son was the first celebrity to publicly acknowledge the gorilla crisis.
“Thank you to @AdrianaMaldonado and her family for all their support.
#WeAreTheGoblins,” she wrote.
In 2017, singer Cher tweeted a photo of herself and her husband, actor Ryan Reynolds, kissing a gorilla on her arm.
“You never know when the love of your life might need a little help from you.
#GorillaBonding,” the caption read.
The meme has also been used by other celebrities, including former President Barack Obama, who called Harambe “the most important animal on earth.”
In a tweet about Harambe in December, Obama wrote, “This image of a gorilla being killed by police is one of the most important images of our time.
And actor and activist Shailene Woodley used Harambe to promote her anti-bullying film “The Hunting Ground.”
The movie is a documentary that chronicles how a 16-year-old boy was attacked by a gang of young white men and how he was beaten and left for dead in a rural area of Oregon in the summer of 2017.