Carly Rae Jepsen's song "Call Me, Maybe?" is the most parodied bit of pop culture since Hitler did everything from getting caught in the housing debacle to missing out on a Harley for the gathering in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Jepsen's song has been used to parody the rivalry between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte among other things.
Now it's being used to mock JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon. The Service Employees International Union , or SEIU, has launched a " Call me, Jamie " campaign to highlight a strike by janitors at Chase Tower in Houston.
While many a female Wall Street trader might secretly wish that Dimon would call, maybe ("Your stare was holdin', ripped jeans, skin was showin'"), the janitors in Houston are not smitten by the CEO.
One of them, Adriana Vasquez, famously confronted Dimon at a congressional hearing in June, demanding that she and her co-workers earn a living wage. The SEIU claims Dimon told Vasquez, "Call my office," and so she did. Several times. Vasquez says Dimon never called her back.
The union wants people to email Dimon to "keep his promise." Its online mocking of the CEO includes a picture of Dimon testifying before Congress, as Vasquez sits nearby with a thought bubble which tweaks Jepsen's lyrics to, "Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy. But call me, Jamie."
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