Netflix has been caught off-guard by the arrival of its new logo, but the Internet wasn’t having it.
The Netflix logo has become an internet meme, and a Twitter account is calling for it to be removed from Netflix’s site.
The original logo was created in 2007 by actor and comedian Tim Meadows.
It was featured on the official Netflix website, which was created by Netflix in 2013, and has since gone viral on social media.
The logo’s design has also become a meme.
The Twitter account @BadBunny, which has over 1,000 followers, has posted several videos with the image of the logo and hashtags that are usually used to promote hashtags on Twitter, such as #BadBirds and #BadCrows.
The tweet with the logo is from the account @badbunny.
In a tweet from @BadCubs, the account tweeted out a video with the name of the animated series “Bad Bunny” as the title.
The caption read, “If you’re not watching this, I can assure you you’re going to hate it.”
The Bad Bunny logo was originally a reference to a character from the 1980s sitcom “Bad Boys,” who had an annoying habit of jumping into the trash.
The Bad Boys’ creator, Mike Judge, later revealed the character was based on a cartoon from the early ’70s.
The name “Bad Bull” was an homage to a bad boy in the 1980-90s sitcom series “Mr. Tambourine Man.”
The Twitter account also used the term “Bad Crows,” a reference the iconic Bad Bunny from the 1987 film “Bad Brains.”
Twitter users are calling on Netflix to remove the Bad Bunny and Bad Crows logo from their sites.
“Netflix, please do not allow the Bad Caws to become a fixture of your site,” one tweet reads.
The Bad Bulls logo is also a reference, as it’s also featured on many other Netflix titles, including “House of Cards,” “Orange Is the New Black,” and “Orange is the New White.”
In a recent episode of “The View,” co-host Joy Behar said she was worried about the “Bad Bulls” logo because of the trend of celebrities using their names in connection with their brands.
Behar asked, “What are you worried about?”
She was answered by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.
“The Bad Cocks,” Behar continued, “I think, are a little scary.
I don’t know what the word ‘Bad’ means, and ‘Bull’ is a bit weird.”