If you're an active social media user, then you've probably come across the video of a man walking into a courtroom dressed in a tracksuit.

Turns out, the video is one of Jawad Bendaoud, a 32-year-old who was sentenced on appeal to four years in prison in March. The reason? He lent his apartment out to two men who allegedly took part in the 2015 Paris attacks which left 130 people dead.

Footage of Bendaoud, who is a drug dealer, walking into a Paris courtroom ultimately went viral and even got a name. It's been dubbed the "Tough Guy Entrance" meme.

Bendaoud entered the Paris Court of Appeals on Mar. 29 after being convicted of sheltering terrorists - and a seven-second video of the entrance drove the internet wild. 

It all started when Twitter user @mohamedjellit shared the footage, asking people to provide a fitting caption. And oh did people deliver.

First things first, watch the video. It's amassed 161 million views

Meme #1: On sighting your friends

Meme #2: On queues

Meme #3: On improvised presentations

Meme #4: On moms

Meme #5: On not attending class

Meme #6: On guests and forced greetings

Meme #7: On siblings and missing items

Meme #8: On gym teachers and proctors

Meme #9: On the REAL struggle during exam season

Bendaoud - dubbed the Daesh landlord - was accused of housing two terrorists, Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Chakib Akrouh, in his apartment in 2015. 

Both individuals were found to be linked to Daesh. However, the 32-year-old denied knowledge of this fact. According to the BBC, he was cleared during the trial in 2018. However, prosecutors immediately appealed.