‘Growling cats are villains’: GameStop Trader’s tweets are making me sad

it appears roaring kitty Disappointed at his favorite video game store.

GameStop, a company that made a name for itself by being discussed online by a trader (aka Keith Gill). Up to 45 million shares sold—You can increase your total number of shares by up to 15%. The price of GME immediately plummeted 26% and is currently trading less than 20% higher than last Friday’s close.

As you might expect, the plunge appears to be stressing traders of Twitter’s favorite meme stock. Following this news, Roaring Kitty, who helped fuel the surge in GME stock price in 2021, posted the following meme on Twitter: Ben Affleck Smoking They are in visible distress outside a GameStop store.

Throughout the week, the merchant continued to post. Movies and TV ClipsAlthough presented without comment, there was a noticeable change in mood.

He started with a GIF of him crying. James McAvoy in the movie ‘Split’. That’s probably an accurate statement as we saw GME gains disappear after trading opened. This was followed by footage from the “Succession” TV show, edited to say “growling kitty is the villain.”

Meme influencers have been painted as villains by many mainstream financial figures. accuse him of market manipulation. In GameStop’s filing outlining its intention to sell more shares, the company acknowledged recent price movements and named social media as one of the factors, but stopped short of personally identifying traders.

Was Roaring Kitty despised by someone she once loved? Not that fast. The trader soon posted the following clip:The Steve Wilkos Show,” in an episode in which a woman stays with an abusive partner, whom Roaring Kitty describes as herself. Women want to be with men, and Roaring Kitty clearly wants his followers to do the same with GME.

Growling Kitty gets down on her knees and begs her followers to stay with her despite the recent bad news. To conclude: A Twitter user posted the meme. This suggests that he is hurting behind all these memes. Tears are streaming down his face.

GameStop bulls are clearly confused and this week’s gains have been all but erased. Is this the end of the meme stock resurgence?

Editor: Andrew Hayward

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