Al Green Posts Hilarious Photo Of Walgreens Sign Bearing His Face

Al Green Posts Hilarious Photo Of Walgreens Sign Bearing His Face
Credit: Source: Al Green/Twitter

The Internet can be a hilarious place at times and sometimes there's nothing funnier than a good meme. Al Green went viral on Wednesday, after sharing a picture of a Walgreens' sign that had been edited to read his name. Al Green shared a tweet with the picture that had replaced the "W" in Walgreens with a photo of Al. He wrote, "Who did this?" and put a crying emoji on the tweet. The tweet went viral and has more than 314,000 likes and over 3,000 comments.

Some said they didn't know that Al Green was still alive and was shocked when they saw his tweet. Al Green's birthday is April 13, 1946, and he is currently 74-years-old. Fans loved seeing him share the hilarious tweet and it's been retweeted over 60,000 times.

You may see the tweet that Al Green shared on Twitter below.

It didn't take long before the memes started showing up in Al Green's comments and replies.

Emmy-winning writer Danny Deraney came up with his own ads for Walgreens based on the meme.

Danny Deraney listed the following ads.

"Al Green's Walgreens ads:

Love and Happiness (courtesy of Prozac).

Take me To The Walgreens

Let's Stay Together 6 Feet Apart

For The Goodtimes 12 pack of Budweiser only 7.99

For Valentine's Day, say you are Still In Love With You with a box of Hershey Chocolates."

You may see Danny Deraney's post below.

Some people joked that they are going to stop calling Walgreens by its name and will only refer to the popular store and pharmacy as Al Greens!

Some are even suggesting that Al Green should start doing ads for Walgreens! The meme has become so popular, many people are saying they will never look at Walgreens the same or won't be able to enter one of their stores without humming an Al Green tune to themselves!

Others said they found it amazing that Al Green was the one who tweeted the photo.

What do you think about the meme? Should Walgreens hire Al Green for their next ad?

Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities , entertainment , and fashion . Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.

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