The Brief: Creators are poking fun at unwanted advances as part of the "You Want Me" trend on TikTok.
TikTokers are re-enacting moments and scenarios in which they feel another individual or even a thing made unwanted advances towards them. The jokes are punctuated by the creators lip-syncing the words “You want me” from Dua Lipa’s “Levitating.” Rather than finish the line with “I want you, baby,” the creator cringes. The trend is meant to be funny.
The trend has been growing in popularity on the app since mid-April. There are over 139,000 videos linked to the audio on TikTok.
If you’re feeling like you need a little bit of company
You met me at the perfect timeYou want me
@romitavlzAnnoying 😏 #fyp♬ original sound – tayla jones
Creator @nebben, who is known for spending his days in an igloo, made his video about warmer temperatures trying to tempt him.
TikToker @cara_bell1234 spends all her free time in dance classes, but according to this video, it looks like a career in dance is the last thing she wants.
Sorry Ik dance is like all I post about
that’s a no from me
Should I do more of these? I never use sounds… #fyp