The Brief: TikTok's "Mind Ya Business" trend typically consists of creators sharing their strange habits or controversial opinions performed to Rod Lee's "Mind Ya Biznezz."
The “Mind Ya Business” TikTok trend features creators revealing the various situations in which they’d tell others to stay out of their business or someone else’s — ranging from strange eating habits to to controversial opinions. These videos are performed to Rod Lee’s “Mind Ya Biznezz” (RMX). The lyrics repeat the phrase “Mind ya business” over and over again. Typically, these videos are intended to be funny. They began growing in popularity around mid-July.
At the time of publication, there are over 40,000 videos linked to the sound under creator @braceeface.kay. Her July 6 video captioned, “When someone asks for my real name,” featured her hopping around her home, as if to evade answering the question.
Fr though why do y’all Wanna know my government😂
Creator @Ikingsebatian’s video was a very popular take on the trend. His video was captioned, “Here are a few things men should NOT have an opinion on.” His TikTok garnered over 1.6 million likes and 4.4 million views.
ib: @angeltianaa waiting for the “s1mP” comments 🥱 #FashionEdit #foryou #foryoupage #fyp #xyzbca
His video was IB by TikToker @angeltianaa’s video about aspects of women’s lives that men shouldn’t have an opinion on. Her video received over 242,000 likes and 699,000 views.
Some comical takes included strange smells TikTokers enjoyed…
And, weird past times we all most likely did as children.
Guys my dog started chasing me 🙈🙈#4u #fypシ #me #foryoupage #viral #xyzcba #foru #foryou #foryoupag #relatable #kids #funny #genz #content
She was about to get into it😂
~ If you look closely you can see @erika.rems in the back