CmonBruh Twitch Emote Meaning
The CmonBruh emote is used when we are confused by what is happening or to react to racist comments in the chat.
As with the TriHard emote, this emote is sometimes used with racist motives, so you should be careful.
CmonBruh Emote Origin
We don't know when the photo of the CmonBruh emote was officially taken but related to a Reddit comment the face behind the emote is a Twitch employee and streamer called "cmonbruh". This is his channel: https://www.twitch.tv/cmonbruh and here he states that yes, he is the one who puts a face to the CmonBruh emote. You can find the Reddit post here.
On February 10, 2016, a Twitch streamer and Twitter user named @shofu warned that the emote could be racist.
The emote was added to the Urban Dictionary on September 28, 2017, almost a year and a half later, and since then it has been edited a couple of times to add its different meanings.
The phrase, “C’mon bro”, became popular when Ronnie, a participant on MTV's Jersey Shore reality show, used it on January 7, 2010 (episode 1x06) while walking and confronting another person in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
How is CmonBruh pronounced?
The CmonBruh emote pronunciation is easy, as it stands as: “Cmon-Bro”.
The CmonBruh emote is generally used to show confusion. Some users use it to react to racist or misplaced comments. The name of the face whose image is on the emote, even today, is a mystery, but we know he was/is an Twitch employee.