Category: Social Media

Did Doja Cat really say you’d get money if you post ocean sounds on TikTok?

There are massive amount of videos popping up on TikTok for you pages (fyp) of people claiming that Doja Cat promised money to appear in their bank accounts by September 1, 2022 if they used an ocean sounds audio for a video. If you go to Doja Cat’s TikTok page, however, she doesn’t appear to be promoting this. Did Doja Cat really say this?

   
   

TIK TOK MEME Florida Sheriff asks people to ‘Just chill out. Drink a 7 Up. Eat a MoonPie. Quit murdering people.’

Sheriff Grady Judd of Polk, County Florida has a solution for the increase of homicides in both his county and the United States at large since the pandemic: “Just chill out. Drink a 7 Up. Eat a MoonPie. Quit murdering people.” This advice has gone viral on TikTok, and pretty much all social media platforms, because it’s both absurd and relatable.

   

YouTube family vlogger coached son to cry more and appear more emotional and sad for thumbnail

Family vlogger Jordan Cheyenne forgot to edit out a scene from her vlog where she’s seen coaching her emotionally distraught son to appear “more sad” and repeat what she tells him. The son, who is genuinely upset of their dog’s Parvo diagnosis is already crying when his mother tells him to “look like he’s crying.” Genuinely crying ins’t enough for the vlog, so Jordan instructs her son how to pose to look more dramatic for the vlog and to create a more clickable thumbnail.

SOCIAL MEDIA Wannabe actor quits $100k job to ask Logan Paul for work, cries

Austin Wallace, a 22-year-old aspiring actor and social media star decided to take a stab towards his dreams by quitting a pretty decent job in order to cold ask Logan Paul for work. He snuck up on stage at the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight to approach the social media mogul and beg for work. He didn’t get the response he desperately wanted from Logan, but the Paul brother actually dished him out some pretty solid advice.

The pimp from Zola is in prison for sex trafficking! Is Zola a true story? Where is the real Zola now?

The film Zola is a nonstop dangerous adventure of a Detroit waitress and part-time stripper who is way too trusting of a new friend. It’s based on a true story told via a Twitter thread in 2015. The pimp depicted in the Twitter thread and movie has sexually trafficked other women, and is currently serving time in prison for his actions.

How Bhad Bhadie got famous: Danielle Bregoli reflects on the Cash Me Outside meme that made her a household name

In 2017 Danielle Bregoli was only 13-years-old when she became an Internet meme from an appearance on The Dr. Phil Show. She was sent to Turn-About Ranch for a while following the show and was shocked to find out she’d become so famous. Bregoli was able to turn her bad attitude “Cash Me Outside” meme into a rap career under the name Bhad Bhabie, but such quick success came with a price.