The Brief: TikTokers are sharing hot takes, controversial opinions, and their own satirical PSAs over @hannah_harpist's cover of Odesza's "A Moment Apart" as part of the #YouHaveTo trend.
The #YouHaveTo TikTok memes are marked by creators sharing their controversial opinions using the megaphone voice effect while speaking over heavenly-sounding harp music. The trend began growing in popularity on Sept. 9.
The trend appears to be modeled after a TikTok that was part of May 2020’s #MainCharacter trend, which featured creator @ashlaward telling listeners to romanticize their lives over @Hannah_harpist’s cover of Odesza’s “A Moment Apart”
Take a second and listen #fyp #foryou #aesthetic #lovelife #drone background song: @hannah_harpist
The #YouHaveTo TikToks put a spin on @Ashlaward’s video with creators making their own PSAs. The associated hashtag #YouHaveTo has accumulated over 744 million views. The audio is linked to over 76,000 videos.
One of the most popular videos features Dr. Phil telling TikTokers to stop calling him “daddy.” The video garnered over 5.1 million likes and 20.2 million views.
#YouHaveTo stop calling me “daddy.” I ain’t ya daddy.
@Alexabeckford warned her viewers against sleeping with the fan on because it leads to Coronavirus scares. Her video amassed 116,000 likes and 1 million views.
i’m TIRED of waking up with a sore throat from my fan #voiceeffects #fyp #foryou #SecretAnimeSociety #EsportsForAll
@Lorax_official’s video was a PSA about milk. It received over 250,000 likes and 1.2 million views.
Hello and welcome back to #antimilk tiktok #voiceeffects
if you see something say something #voiceeffects
I’m a hypocrite btw #fyp #youhaveto #foryou #psa #yikes