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Nigga Stole My Bike!!!
Preview image
Original YTMND:
Nigga Stole My Bike!!!
by Duezce
July 25, 2004
Worthy Spinoffs:
Used Music:

Nigga Stole My Bike!!! is a YTMND by user Duezce. It is was created on July 25, 2004, and is the original inspiration for the Nigga Stole My Bike fad. It's components are an edited picture of the video game Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! taken from the March 20, 2003 edition of Something Awful's Photoshop Friday, a short sound clip of Duezce saying "Nigga stole my bike," and text that reads, "Nigga Stole My Bike!"

Despite the fact that it was Duezce's YTMND that inspired the Nigga Stole My Bike fad, user CheapAlert's Nigga stole my bike, Punchout remix is the site most often associated for the fad, with over 1,000,000 views [1], while Duezce's original has barely over one-third that many views.


The fad originated on Something Awful for Photoshop Phriday, March 20, 2003, created by Allanon858. There was a rumor that the quote "Someone stole my bike" came from the game GTA Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The line "Woke up the next morning, niggas done stole my bike" has appeared in the song Hate It or Love It by rapper The Game, featuring 50 Cent.

Duezce's YTMND is not actual the first Nigga Stole My Bike site. The first is iammikeol's Nigga stole my Bike, which uses the exact same Something Awful source image but uses Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz song "Get Low" instead.

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