Thanksgiving is right around the corner and iconic gospel singer Shirley Caesar has become the centerpiece of a new meme and subsequent internet challenge.

The video clip making viral rounds on social media is an excerpt from a live performance of “Hold My Mule.” The legendary gospel sermon has been edited to revolve around Caesar’s chant, “beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes,” in response to the question, “Grandma, what are you cooking for Thanksgiving?”

Here’s the original video:

Musicians such as Chris Brown and Pete Rock have helped the meme get the attention it deserves online, with someone already mashing up some video footage to create a Beyoncé-themed version.
Take a look at some hilarious examples of those playing along with the #UNAMEITCHALLENGE in the posts below.’

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