• Born Brian Joseph Peppers in 1968
• Became well-known in 2015 when his picture surfaced on a 4chan-like site
• Suffered from a degenerative bone disease or syndrome, such as Crouzon syndrome or Aperts syndrome
• Charged with attempting to commit Gross Sexual Imposition
• Passed away at the age of 49 in 2012
Who was Brian Peppers and when/how he died?
Born Brian Joseph Peppers on the 1st of November 1968, in Toledo, Ohio USA, Brian Peppers is a sex offender-turned-internet personality, perhaps best known to the world as one of the few people that have become a meme – a trending type of entertainment, in the form of funny images or videos. Brian surfaced on the web on the 26th of March 2015, on a 4chan-like site ytmnd.com, which is short for “You’re The Man Now, Dog”. His pictures have been somewhat popular in the underground of the surface web ever since, although his existence is now almost forgotten; Brian passed away on the 7th of February 2012, at the age of 43.
Posted by Brian Peppers on Thursday, August 30, 2012
After snopes.com employees managed to obtain a few of Brian’s yearbook pictures, it was confirmed that his face did actually look like that, except less deformed at an earlier age. This meant that Brian had a disease that made his body unlike a normal human’s, most likely a degenerative bone disease or a syndrome, such as Crouzon syndrome or Aperts syndrome. There is also the fact that the right part of Brian’s wheelchair can be seen in nearly all of his online pictures, meaning he was unable to walk and had to be taken care of in a nursing home. This raises the question, how come someone with such a heavy disability can at the same time be a sex offender? To this day, the question remains unanswered, but the memes continued either way.
A few months after the original image had surfaced, as well as Brian’s yearbook pictures some time later, provided by the people that went to school with him, a certain ytmnd.com user created a whole website filled with pictures and videos featuring Brian’s most famous internet picture with a number of captions, often photoshopped onto another background, with another usually feminine person in the image, followed by a caption such as ‘BRIAN NO!!!’. Due to his unusual appearance coupled with the said charges, Brian’s caption images took the internet by storm. As is the case with memes in general, most of those who share them don’t know the actual backstory, and so, Brian went from a paralyzed individual with serious physical issues and molestation charges to a terrifying stalker and disturbingly eerie shady individual that seems to want to molest everyone near him. Of course, overreacting is 50 percent of the humor in almost any situation, but the internet tends to forget that there’s an actual person behind all the humor.
From his online obituary, it is known that his parents’ names were Bert Mahlon Peppers, who died in 1991, and Joyce C Eggert Peppers, who passed away in 1998. Other than that, it doesn’t look like Brian had any siblings. It is unknown what school he went to or whether he ever matriculated and went for a college education. He was buried in the Ottawa Hills Memorial park in Ottawa Hills of the Lucas County in Ohio.
The Supposed Truth
Brian Peppers was a person who was unfortunately adversely affected physically and mentally from birth, and appears to have lead an unhappy and misunderstood life, alternately loathed and feared from childhood until his passing at the age of 49 in 2012.
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It was 2005, not 2015. “back in 2015, the expression ‘meme’ was rarely used” the hell are you talking about?
was he 43 or 49 in 2012 when he died. Do you proof read your shit ?
So no one could even confirm that this guy did anything wrong; some woman complained and got him arrested, they got a grisly mugshot, leaked it, the internet went wild, and he drank himself to death.
This is what comes of “believing women”.