In 2018, an audio of just four seconds left many Internet users around the world confused. A robotic voice said “Yanny” or “Laurel”, depending on what the person was thinking when listening. Now, it’s time for the audio of an excerpt from a graduation ceremony with the name “Matheus José da Silva Azevedo” being announced. However, many people manage to hear “Matheus Quinzé da Silva Azevedo”.
Originally published on the account of digital influencer Gabriel Barroso Melo on TikTok, last Thursday (8/26), the “mysterious” recording reached no less than 3.2 million views and 10,400 comments.
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“If I look at [sic] José, listen to José. [sic] Quinzé, I listen to Quinzé”, says the user titled Ravizera, on the Chinese video platform.
“I listen to them both,” says the Lorde_dio profile.
“If I look at one thinking about the other, I’ll listen to the other… What is this macumba?”, jokes user Shino Iludida on TikTok.
@barrosao_meloWhat did you hear? #fyp #fy #comedy #unpredictable jokes #viral // IB: @pedroangell
The mystery of the recording of Matheus “José” graduation was also successful on Twitter. Shared on Thursday 926/8) by @nanahfps account, the audio leading to two interpretations has been viewed over 650,000 times.
“Bro… [sic] I’m [sic] going crazy with it here”, says the physical educator in the description of the video taken from the tiktoker channel Gabriel Melo.
Of course, the tweet received thousands of comments, most of them intrigued by the possibility of hearing two different last names.
“Too bizarre,” says the profile titled @mtsguerra.
“Bro [sic] that doesn’t exist, it’s not possible”, asks the user @Limiited_.
“The first time I listened to Quinzé, then I listened to José in all”, comments the profile @thyagojvc.
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