Juan Joya Borja, who appeared on national television, went viral in 2014, when people started dubbing and using his fluffy laughing videos.
Juan Zoya Borja (File Photo)
If you are active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, then you must have seen a meme, in which a person laughs with laughter. The name of this person is Juan Joya Borja, who was a Spanish comedian. Borja died at the age of 65. In this way Borja, who made the world laugh, said goodbye to this world. Borja’s nickname was El Risitas, which means ‘to laugh’. He was known as ‘Spanish Laughing Cow’ on the Internet.
Borja, who appeared on national television, went viral in 2014, when people started dubbing and using her laughable videos. According to local media, he died on Wednesday. Borja was admitted to the hospital last year due to health problems. In March, one of Borja’s legs was amputated by doctors after the disease progressed. When his fans got information about this, he deposited the amount online and bought Borja an electric mobility scooter.
This is how the Meja of Borja became
Juan Zoya Borja first achieved fame 20 years ago, when he participated in a television show hosted by Jesús Quintero. His viral meme clip came from the Spanish show Rotten’s Coloros, where the host interviewed him about his bad experience working as a kitchen helper. The show was uploaded to YouTube in 2007, with Borja stating that he used to put kitchen plates along the beach at night to clean them from the waves.
Borja’s clip was viewed millions of times
After knowing this story, the host started laughing loudly and Borja also gave a loud laugh. During 2014, some internet users started using this video clip by dubbing it. Which became Mim on sight. Borja was laughably dubbed in all languages, from Egyptian politics to the latest Apple product release. Such videos were viewed millions of times on the Internet. In Spain, people have expressed grief over the death of Borja.
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