The Brief: The Ain't No Simpin TikTok Challenge sees creators pretending to fall. Instead of hitting the ground, they stop and appear to float.


TikTokers are pretending to trip and fall as part of the Ain’t No Simpin TikTok challenge. The gag is creators never hit the ground. They all appear to be levitating. This TikTok challenge began growing in popularity in early February. The trend is performed to a clip of Tyler, The Creator saying “Oh no, I hope I don’t fall” into Blueface’s “Disrespectful.” There are over 349,000 videos linked to the audio.


Can’t no ho tell me sh*t
‘Cause b*tch, I’m the sh*t
On my mom and my sis’, had to kick my own blood out
They must have forgot I was a Crip (Scoop)

The trend appears to trace back to @Donnycanes who shared a video of him falling without ever hitting the floor on Jan. 30. The comments were flooded with questions about how he did it. The video garnered over 993,000 views and 133,000 likes.


They must’ve forgot lol

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He shared a tutorial the next day.


Reply to @marissaarena These videos better be fire

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The challenge has been performed by popular TikTokers like Jason DeRulo and Noah Beck.


Dc @tannerfox and whoever is the OG

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There are also some fails.


this is why i don’t do tiktok trends

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My personal fave is by creator @Reesiecherie who is suspended inches above a pool. Her video garnered over 60,800 likes and 653,000 views.


The ending. I tried. 🤣 #foryou #fyp #fall #funny #fail

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Couples have hopped on the trend, too.


i fell 💀 #fyp #pourtoi #viral

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