The “Straight Outta” sensation continues to grow on social media, and as such, “Straight Outta” photo creation tutorials are pretty popular, as reported by the Inquisitr. With more than 150,000 “Straight Outta” Instagram photos being tagged #StraightOutta — and countless others appearing on Facebook and Twitter, more and more detailed questions about how to create the photos are appearing online.
Beneath YouTube tutorials about the “Straight Outta” viral meme, commentators have been pointed to the Straight Outta Somewhere website to get their photos created. However, since a search in the iTunes App Store doesn’t turn up a “Straight Outta Somewhere” app, certain users don’t know how to access the meme creation on their phones.
In order to do so, accessing a browser like Google or Bing on the user’s phone and typing in straightouttasomewhere.com as a URL search or even “Straight Outta Somewhere” as a search engine term will turn up the website where the memes can be created.
Plenty of users are getting in on the “Straight Outta” craze via StraightOuttaSomewhere.com, including famous folks. Britney Spears’ younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, got in on the “Straight Outta Somewhere” fun with a “Straight Outta Kentwood” photos that gained 11,300 likes in 11 hours.
There were instances when the “Straight Outta Compton” meme took on more significantly than initially realized, reported MTV.
“We’re all #StraightOutta somewhere. Rep your city. Tell the world your story.”
Other popular tags being used alongside #StraightOutta on Instagram are those “Straight Outta Compton” Instagram photos, which have grown to more than 135,000 as of this writing.
From silly to the the benign to the serious, the “Straight Outta” photos have provided a way to turn everyday social media users into poets or Photoshop type of expert editors.
Plenty of “Straight Outta” photos displaying sports stars doing what they do best have landed on Instagram’s most popular page.
The “Beats By Dre” Instagram account put together a video collage of many “Straight Outta” photos and asked users where their “Straight Outta” photos were.
In 23 hours, that viral Instagram video by the “Beats By Dre” account gained 30,000 likes. And the comments section is still rife with folks asking how to create the photos — even with the StraightOuttaSomewhere.com website URL in the description. With some confusion existing from users wondering how to create their own “Straight Outta” photos without an app — and the “Straight Outta” meme not seemingly slowing down any time soon — a “Straight Outta Somewhere” app in the app stores would surely bode well for the makers.
[Image via StraightOuttaSomewhere.com]