Over past two weeks, this meme — nicknamed the "tough guy entrance" — has gone hugely viral The original video currently has 162 million views.
The man in the meme is Jawad Bendaoud, 32, who was jailed in Paris for lending his flat to two men who allegedly took part in the 2015 Paris attacks, in which 130 people were killed and hundreds were injured.
The meme's reach has since spiralled, as people have been finding more photos of him.
However, a group set up to support the surviving victims of the Paris attacks have said that the memes are distressing.
In a statement, Life for Paris wrote: "It shows that, in an unheard-of reversal of our values, our society prefers to turn a criminal and habitually offending delinquent into a star [rather] than avoid hurting the victims of the worst attacks in our history."
They added, "At the time of the proceedings where this video was taken, Jawad Bendaoud insulted the civil parties and was even judged guilty of having given one of them a death threat."
Life for Paris continued: "He has been declared guilty of receiving terrorist offenders, having supplied accommodation to the main person responsible for the Paris attacks and his accomplice, Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Chakib Akrouh.
"These two terrorists responsible for the deaths of 130 people and injury of 450 people planned other attacks in the hideout supplied by Jawad Bendaoud. The Paris court of appeals judged that he knew well that he was lodging terrorists.
"These facts and this person do not make Life for Paris laugh. They shouldn’t make anyone laugh."