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It's more commonly called Kekma and it is way more sinister than the wholesome rick roll. Distractify is a registered trademark.

The attack has people click the link and they are taken to the site, which is obnoxious and offensive. According to KnowYourMemeKekma was created on April 23,and it's completely "not safe for life" and not safe for work. There have been several instances of attacks where the link gets shared and people are unintentionally viewing offensive and harmful images.

Offers may be subject to change without notice. One of the first known times the links were widely shared was in the summer and fall of For anyone who may be curious about what visiting the link is really like, please don't.

The link has been used in online attacks across several Discord servers and sub-channels across Reddit.

One of the more popular ways to harmlessly troll someone on the internet is with something called "rickrolling. It's a classic, but there's a new type of internet prank around that works the same way, but it's way worse. Not in a bad way, but a friendly harmless way — and the internet is really built on that idea.

What is a "rick roll"?

Rickrolling has been around for a long time and the internet lives for it. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.

What happens in a rick roll is someone clicks on a link they expect to be one thing, only to be met with an unexpected appearance of the music video for the song "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley. Looking at how many views the video for "Never Gonna Give You Up" has racked up over the years, sitting at over million, we're guessing this prank has been used many times. All Rights Reserved.

We can all agree that sometimes it's fun to troll people. The imagery is harmful, and the site makes it very challenging to click away quickly. The new way to rick roll someone, but leveled up, is with something called kekma.