Sepp Blatter was banned from all football-related activities for eight years on Monday, and the internet reacted in the best way possible.
Blatter and Michel Platini were both banned for eight years by Fifa's ethics committee for abusing their positions after a "disloyal payment" of £1.3 million in Swiss Francs was made to Platini in 2011, which was signed off by Blatter.
As if the news of the outgoing Fifa president's ban wasn't enough, the 79-year-old turned up to the press conference in Zurich with a plaster on his cheek.
Cue comparisons to rapper Nelly.
Sepp Blatter has turned to the music scene following his ban. New album with Nelly in 2016 pic.twitter.com/0QT9LTFJVu— Gary Rivett (@GaryRivett) December 21, 2015
In an attempt to confuse the waiting media, Sepp Blatter disguises himself as Nelly pic.twitter.com/q8qmT4kpBg— Nick Evans (@nickevansisgood) December 21, 2015
And calls of 'who wore it better?'
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Many were also quick to share the image of Blatter being showered by US dollars - a photo that everyone can thank comedian Lee Nelson for.
Sepp Blatter giving out bribes like https://t.co/QE2jCdShkS— Harry Charalambous⚽️ (@TransitionTHFC) December 21, 2015
Blatter: I am a man of principles: Never take money you have not earned…
This must be the pic of the year! pic.twitter.com/21YBBnDhN9— David Kappel (@kappilinho) December 21, 2015
And others felt that this video of Blatter falling over summed up his legacy perfectly.
There is never a bad time to revisit Sepp Blatter falling off a stage (you're welcome): pic.twitter.com/vbaP2VBpeK— Bethan McKernan (@mck_beth) December 21, 2015
Sepp Blatter's legacy in one perfect vine... #FIFADecember 21, 2015
On Monday, the outgoing Fifa president told the conference in Zurich: "Even suspended, I am still the president. I regret, but I am not ashamed."
Blatter insisted that he is still the president of Fifa and continues to deny any wrongdoing.
He said that he will fight for his presidency of the football organisation: "I fight for me and I will fight for Fifa. Suspended for eight years for what?"
His last words on leaving were "I'll be back."