Seemingly overnight a new light pink sauce made by a small business exploded on TikTok. The $20 sauce is now mired in controversy, but part of the marketability of the sauce is its shocking color, which looks like Pepto Bismal. The hue is unappetizing, but that’s part of the allure. It’s a mystery sauce and event the creator has a hard time describing the flavor.
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A few days ago TikTok creator @_anastasiagracia_ put out a call to action to hear about the drama in niche communities. She cloaked it by asking if there were any communities with “no drama,” but mentioned how drama always seems to pop off no matter the common interest that brings people together. She mentioned in particular the stationary and beehive communities. And, of course, she got back a ton of stitches spilling tea. One rather macabre tale comes from the Bratz doll collector community, as told by @joolieannie.
A goofy TikTok sound making the rounds is an unearthed clip from the start of a 1986 anti-drug album aimed at kids. The sound starts with a long, silly, and upbeat musical intro, and then a raspy deep voice comes in with “Using crack and cocaine / to get high.”
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.
On January 17, 2021, 23-year-old TikToker Mary Anne Oliver-Snow (@yandere.freak, @feral.yandere, SnowtheSaltQueen) accidentally killed their friend Helen Rose Hastings when they fired a gun that they thought was unloaded.
On August 24, 2021 Marrissa Cloutier, who has 2 million followers on TikTok was arrested and charged with a count of child neglect because her neighbors found her son alone crying in the yard. They called police, who arrived to an open front door of the residence.
In these past few weeks followers of the demise of YouTube’s Frenemies podcast were introduced to a new term: Spice Accountant. Turns out she’s not keeping books at a spice shop: this is a TikTok euphemism.
TikToker Bella Poarch’s persona has cutesy kawaii vibe that leads many to believe she’s younger than she is. On November 11, 2020 Bella revealed the heartbreaking reason why she has so many tattoos, and why they seem to clash with the current “Bella Poarch” brand.
There’s a difference between being heavily influenced by someone else’s ideas and being a direct copy of them. Tik Tok celeb Alex Warren has potentially crossed that boundary with YouTube vlogging legend David Dobrik. Warren is just not creating short, jokey, fast-paced vlogs with his friend group/business partners, he’s going as far as to mimic David’s iconic laugh, vocal inflections and word choices.
The California Tik Tok content dwelling known as Hype House is embroiled in a bitter conflict over business deals and ownership rights. After unceremoniously being pushed out of the house by the house’s manager Thomas Petrou, the business venture’s co-founder Daisy Keech is speaking out.