You can speak volumes with just 140 characters.

Just ask former President Barack Obama, whose tweet in response to the tragedy in Charlottesville — a quote from Nelson Mandela — has become the most-liked tweet in history.

While post presidency, Obama has been no stranger to Twitter, commenting on everything from Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis to the terrorist attack in Manchester, none of his tweets have gotten quite the response of the Mandela quote. As of Wednesday morning, it had more than 3.2 million likes.

He’s not the only celebrity who has gotten major love on Twitter. According to tweet ranking site Favstar, these are the remaining nine most-liked tweets of all time. Some of them are inspiring like Hillary Clinton’s motivational message to girls, some sad like Ariana Grande’s response to the Manchester bombing, and some of them are downright funny, like the guy who was pleading with Wendy’s to give him free chicken nuggets for life.

No 2: Ariana Grande’s response to the Manchester bombing, with more than 2.7 million likes

No. 3: Ellen DeGeneres celeb-filled pic from the Oscars in 2014, which she noted was the “best photo ever.” It got more than 2.4 million likes.

No. 4: Barack Obama’s tweet about his “last ask” with more than 1.85 million likes

No. 5: Hillary Clinton’s tweet after her election loss letting girls know they are valuable with more than 1.25 million likes

No. 6: Michelle Obama letting American know being first lady was a huge honor to her, with more than 1.1 million likes

No 7: J.K. Rowling’s tweet celebrating 20 years of Harry Potter, with more than 1.1 million likes

No. 8: Louis Tomlinson shouting out his love to Harry Styles, with more than 1 million likes

No 9: Carter Wilkerson, who was trying to get free chicken nuggets for a year from Wendy’s, got nearly 1 million likes. And most importantly, Wendy’s promised him the free nuggets.

No. 10: Harry Styles birthday message about feeling 22, with nearly 1 million likes