No Banan Tree Is Safe In ‘Salam Dari Binjai’ Meme

“Finally I can grow healthy. Anyway, where are we mum?”
“Binjai, my son.”
[The End]

On October 20th, 2021, Twitter user @onthesbrew uploaded images imagining before and after @parispernandes_ punched the banana trees. The tweet received more than 3,700 likes and 744 retweets (shown below, left). On the next day, Twitter user @pantixxx uploaded a tweet using the Earthquake Makeup video to illustrate ghosts that have been annoyed by people who punched their banana trees. The tweet received more than 5,000 likes and 1,600 retweets (shown below, right).

iamG @onthesbrew #salamdariBinjai Binjai sebelum PeriPernandes Binjai setelah PeriPernandes datang datang 8:43 PM - Oct 20, 2021 - Twitter for Android 656 Retweets 87 Quote Tweets 3,736 Likes Plant Plant community Ecoregion World Natural environment Natural landscape Tree Organism Terrestrial plant Vegetation Biome Grass Font Line Woody plant Adaptation Landscape Grass family nickgirl @pantixxx - Oct 21 tiktoker: SALAM DARI BINJAI kuntilanak pohon pisang: ove 0:00 96.5K views kf @kafizzz ยท Oct 21 ghuwe tiap ada cowok yang merendahkan martabat wanita 0:12 5K 17 1.6K 66 Photograph Mouth Eyelash Font Screenshot Technology Electronic device

Several Indonesian media outlets such as Suara, Kompas, and iNews Sumut published an article about the video and the catchphrase.