This photo deserves an Oscar.
An image recently surfaced of Turkish chef and butcher Nusret Gökçe, aka Salt Bae, throwing some seasoning on Leonardo DiCaprio's steak as only he can do. The Oscar winner -- toothpick in mouth, hat on head -- looks in awe of Salt Bae's famous technique.
DiCaprio's reaction is so great that it's already getting its own meme treatment.
Worlds colliding this is incredible pic.twitter.com/m7pdMlvrCI— Andrew Gruttadaro (@andrewgrutt) February 2, 2017
“Grandpa what was 2017 like?”— Christopher Hooton (@ChristophHooton) February 2, 2017
“Pull up a chair kid" pic.twitter.com/OeU2fIZYqT
Leonardo DiCaprio to play 'salt bae' and win his second oscar pic.twitter.com/XkApNu8Hhp— ️أحمد⚡ (@psychedelicnoel) February 2, 2017
Gökçe, who is reportedly based out of Abu Dhabi and is set to open his own steakhouse in New York City, has garnered quite the celebrity fan base. Both Rihanna and Ben Affleck have been spotted wearing Salt Bae T-shirts, while Late Late Show host James Corden did an entire segment on the meme star, calling his seasoning skills "the most erotic” thing he’s ever seen.
"He's like the Christian Grey of Turkish meat," Corden quipped. "This guy has got it all. He's got the looks of A.J. from the Backstreet Boys -- and meat."
DiCaprio is all too familiar with what it's like to be a meme. From "strutting Leo" to his reaction to Lady Gaga's Golden Globes win last year, the 42-year-old actor has become an internet favorite.
Last August, he got the meme treatment once again when he was spotted pranking his Wolf of Wall Street co-star, Jonah Hill, by running up to him on the street and pretending to be a crazed fan. Check out the epic moment: