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What Is The 'Soft Brisket' Song And How Does It Relate To 'Mama Owl?' TikTok's Viral 'George Cooper' Meme Explained

Young Sheldon and The Big Bang Theory have helped inspire a hit meme song on TikTok and some users, mostly the one who created it, are claiming it might be the song of the summer. The song is known as the "Brisket Song" and it's currently taking over the app alongside a wave of weirdly-related drama about TikToker Mama Owl. Here's what you need to know.

@rembrj Thank u @︎Conzie πŸ’—πŸ’— #didijustmakethesongofthesummer #songcomposedanddirectedbymyselfgeorgecooper #breath #softbrisketwarmbrisket #littleballofherbs #happybrisket #sleepybrisketpatpatpat #soccer #edits #fortnite ♬ The brisket song – πŸ€πŸ€


What Is The 'Soft Brisket' Song?

In early June 2024, TikToker @rat.traphouse posted a video sharing an original song parody of the song "Soft Kitty," which appears in The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon. In the video, he asks if the song might be the "song of the summer," proclaims himself as George Cooper, Sheldon Cooper's dad, then serenades viewers with a song about brisket.

The song is both a parody of "Soft Kitty" and a reference to George Cooper's love of his mother's brisket. She is mostly referred to as "Meemaw." The song, sung in a child-like voice, turned out to be a hit, propelling the video to over 2.5 million views in just under a month and inspiring tons of memes, parodies and more.

@rat.traphouse #georgecooper #youngsheldon #foryoupage #viral #foryou #fyp #fyppoppppppppppppppppppppppp #fypγ‚·γ‚š #xybca #foryourpage #fypγ‚· #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp #songofthesummer ♬ The brisket song – πŸ€πŸ€


How Is The 'Brisket Song' Used In Memes?

Since going viral, the original sound for "Brisket Song" has been used over 35,000 times in a month. Many of the top videos are memes relating to either the song itself or Young Sheldon. In one of the most popular videos, someone sends the lyrics of the song in response to a break-up text.

The song has also inspired a wave of other parody songs. These songs take the tune of a popular track, like Ke$ha's "Tik Tok," and alter the lyrics to be about brisket. If you're a brisket lover, it's never been a better time to check out TikTok.

@katie.the.yeehaw.queen Brisket babe by george cooper. THIS IS INSPIRED BY @el / justice for joost!! πŸ‡³πŸ‡± !!!! #fyp #foryou #chappellroan #goodluckbabe #georgecooper #youngsheldon #viral #relatable #fypツ #trending ♬ original sound – πŸ’•KatieπŸ’•

@sheldonsdadsings Brisket Baby Brisket πŸ₯©β€οΈ#georgecooper #sing #youngsheldon #softbrisket #bigbangtheory #georgiecooper #meemaw #brisket #slideshow #funny ♬ original sound – George Cooper


What Does 'Soft Brisket" Have To Do With 'Mama Owl?'

Mama Owl, or Mathmanx, is a popular TikToker with over 2 million followers. She's most known for her skit videos, in which she re-enacts traumatic and dramatic incidents. Most of these incidents are submissions from teachers and relate to students and teachers. Mama Owl's content isn't exactly everyone's cup of tea and recently, she's become the subject of criticism after a video where she re-enacts the assault of a trans student resurfaced.

Then, she went live on TikTok and blocked a few people for spamming her chat with the lyrics to the "Brisket Song." She made a video mentioning this as the main incident leading to the hate-train against her, which has now only inspired people to troll her with the song. This includes a version of the "Brisket Song" in which a TikToker uses AI to make it sound like she's singing the song.

@goig_cool mama owl brisket song cover #brisket #mamaowl #onlyinnevada #meme #goig #polnareffmug #brainrot #ohwhenthesaints ##ohwhenthesaintsgomarchingin #idksterling #raywilliamjohnson #joebartolozzi ♬ mama owl brisket song – πŸ©»βš•οΈgoigπŸ––πŸ‘½



For the full history of the "Brisket Song," be sure to check out GotFunnyPictures's encyclopedia entry for more information.




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