The Brief: The "You That Kid From TikTok" videos consist of TikTokers calling out naysayers while lip-syncing to "I Made A TikTok" by Conscience and Ashtin Larold.
TikTokers are clapping back at their haters while lip-syncing to “I Made A TikTok” by Conscience and Ashtin Larold. TikTokers illustrate how others have judged them for creating content on the app. These videos began growing in popularity in late July. There are over 107,000 videos linked the audio.
Oh, you that kid from TikTok
Yeah and I bet yo b*tch watch
One of the most popular takes on the trend is by @grandmaann2. She imitates the other elderly women in her Zumba class who make fun of her for being on an app notable for its Gen Z user-base. Her video received over 2.8 million likes and 9.3 million views.
i’m too cool for zumba #fyp #fypシ #duet #NobodyNeedsToKnow #grandma #4you
Dayton Barnett is known for his baking skills on the app. He threw shade at the men who question his sexuality for enjoying it. He threw shade at the men who make homophobic comments about baking not being a “properly masculine” activity. The TikTok garnered over 441,000 likes and 1.7 million views.
No shame, love this ish👨🍳 🎂#Baking #noshame #CanYouWorkIt #stepintolove
Exotic dancer @Itsimperial took shots at the people who mock her for being a “stripper on TikTok.” Her video amassed over 1.6 million likes and 5.5 million views.
This happened at Walgreens today #why #do #men #fyp#foryou #no #seriously #why
My temper goes from 0-100 real fast && I’m not famous please stop saying it😭 #loop #foryou
This sound was addicting 🤪 #foryoupage #fyp #lgbt #pride #arizona #gay
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