Someone needs to crack the instance .
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By now, you’ve heard about the egg, which outshone a photo of Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, on Sunday as the most-liked post on Instagram.

But who did the egg? Whose dumb but eventually successful impression was this?

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1. The egg history holder goes by “Henrietta.”

Henrietta is, according to a report from BuzzFeed News, a “chicken from the British countryside.”

2. The accounting holder, however, claims to live in London.

“I’m an individual living in London, ” the history owner told The Independentearlier the coming week . They too revealed that they only have 400 followers on their personal Instagram account.

Sources close to Mashable have also independently confirmed that the egg is a man who lives in the London area.

3. The egg’s name is Eugene, allegedly.

In some interviews, the account owner goes by the name Eugene, bypassing the whole “Henrietta” schtick entirely.

4. The person who did the egg was participating in dry January at the time.

Nothing reproductions clevernes like abruptly not drinking.

5. Love of the egg are called the “Egg Gang.”

Sure.

6. The egg history follows 928 reports and two hashtags.

The hashtags are #WSHH — WorldStarHipHop — and #FatBoySSE, who is a rapper from New Jersey.

7. Supreme Patty is a suspect.

So far, the only public figure to have implied responsibility for the egg is Supreme Patty, an Instagram star who smokes red-hot sauce and is known for squeezing lemon juice into his own attentions. While Patty didn’t claim he did the egg outright, one of his friends did say so in a TMZ interview.( This is, of course, to be taken with a lemon-sized grain of salt .)

For what it’s worth, we do not reckon Supreme Patty did the egg. It’s more likely that he’s merely capitalizing on the big-hearted meme of the moment. He did get an egg tattoo, though, so kudos on committing to the bit. And the egg does follow him on Instagram.

We’ve reached out to Supreme Patty and will inform this berth if we hear back.

8. Okay, the egg note says it’s not Supreme Patty.

In an Instagram story posted on Tuesday, @world_record_egg claimed the TMZ story was bogus. “We’re still anonymous. Fake news, ” they wrote.

Image: Instagram

So we guess it’s not Supreme Patty. Stay chanted for more egg updates.

This tale is developing …

UPDATE: Jan. 16, 2019, 1:34 p.m. ET This narration was updated to include information regarding the egg’s Instagram Story as well as the hashtags it follows.

UPDATE: Jan. 17, 2019, 10:03 a.m. ET This narrative was updated to confirm the egg’s city of residence.