Behind Viral Videos


Kylie Jenner's Son's Name: TikTok Users Convinced They Figured It Out

The months-long mystery surrounding Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's son's name may have just been solved. Ever since Jenner gave birth to her son back in February and revealed the little one was named Wolf, only to reveal a month later that they changed his name, KarJenner fans have been left to speculate about baby No. 2's name, and one TikTok user believes they have cracked the case.

Bethenny Frankel sues TikTok over ad using her image

Bethenny Frankel is suing TikTok for allegedly allowing scammers to use her “image and likeness” to promote counterfeit products on the platform. According to docs obtained by Page Six, the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum claims that in September, some of her 994,600 followers notified her upon seeing what appeared to be Frankel promoting a counterfeit designer cardigan. Frankel says, per the docs, that a scammer had taken a past video of her singing her praises for a different cardigan and edited it to appear as though she was actually promoting the fake product – without her consent. The Skinnygirl founder...

TikTok adds new editing tools to adjust clips, sounds, images and text

With the new tools, users will be able to stack, trim and split video clips. You can also speed up or slow down the pace of video clips. It’s already pretty simple to edit and post videos on TikTok, but these new tools give creators more ways to play around with their content and make it more intuitive. In addition to the new video tools, TikTok is also adding new tools for sounds, as users can now cut, trim and set the duration for sounds they use in the videos. You can also now add sound effects. Sounds play a big part of videos on TikTok, and are often the basis for many trends, so it’s not surprising that TikTok is giving users more ways to incorporate sound into their content.
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TikTok’s Peanut Butter Boards Are A Sweet Take On The Viral Trend

By now, you’ve likely seen butter boards or even cream cheese boards are trending on TikTok. The “new charcuterie” board involves spreading butter or cream cheese on a board or tray and topping with different sweet or savory ingredients depending on your taste. Everyone seems to have their own take on the viral dish, and now TikTok’s peanut butter boards have taken over the FYP as well.

My boss said my outfits aren’t ‘work appropriate’ and I don’t know why

Her boss has been skirting the issue. Jennifer Huerta’s boss told her that the outfits she’s worn to work all year were too “inappropriate.” Huerta posted a video on TikTok, which has gained nearly 40,000 views, in which she explains that her boss told her that her shirts are “too short.” In the video, Huerta poses in a long-sleeved floral top and dark pants while spinning around so viewers can see the outfit from all angles. “I got in trouble for dressing inappropriately at work,” reads the video caption. “Because my shirts are too short. what do y’all think?” The Post reached out to...

TikToker claims she was ‘stalked’ after posting room ad

A woman claims she was hounded by an “obsessive” stalker who responded to her advertisement searching for a housemate in Sydney. American expat Sophia explained that she had been contacted by a girl who claimed she was interested in the $1,673 per month room she had advertised, and the pair made a plan for an inspection. One of the first red flags that Sophia claims occurred was that the woman brought “really nice” gifts for her, her housemate, and their dog — something she says in retrospect felt like “love bombing”. After this initial meeting, she says things escalated quickly, with the woman sending...

After Burnout, YouTube Creator Jackie Aina Is Back & Reveling In Black Luxury

“Ooh, you smell good,” Jackie Aina says as she brings me in for a warm hug. We’re meeting at a swanky spot in SoHo for the first time, but I already feel like I know her. And after more than a decade of watching the influencer on YouTube, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that we do know her...sort of. (As much as she allows us to, anyway.)

Influencer reveals how much she earns from TikTok, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram: ‘My jaw dropped’

An influencer has candidly revealed how much money she earns from each social media platform for her content.Erika Kullberg, a lawyer who uses her TikTok to share investment advice, money-saving hacks and travel tips, has accumulated more than 9m followers on the platform. In addition to her TikTok followers, she has 4.1m followers on Instagram, 3.3m followers on Facebook and 755,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel.In a video posted to her TikTok on Wednesday, the content creator and founder of legal tech startup, Plug and Law, opened up about the income she makes as a result of her followings...