What even are "lesbian vibes"?
If you've spent any time on TikTok lately, you've probably seen the "wipe it down" challenge, which appears to be one of the app's latest viral trends.
Like most things on TikTok, the trend is very simple—it just involves filming yourself cleaning a mirror and wearing a certain outfit, then suddenly cutting to new footage of you wearing a new outfit. It's become a popular refurbishment of the age-old "makeover" trope, made popular in rom-coms and in magical princess fairytales before that.
Protest music aside, there is a slew of good underground music out today
An invigorating slew of protest music hit the shelves today.
Detroit-based emcee Tee Grizzley collaborated with Queen Naija and the Detroit Youth Choir to craft a melodic ballad that attempts to open up a dialogue with police. Meanwhile, alt-Jazz pioneer Terrace Martin took a different approach in his collaboration with Denzel Curry, Daylyt, G Perico, and Kamasi Washington, with "Pigs Feet" being more of an angry f*ck you than an attempt at communication.
The self-proclaimed "worst TikToker alive," deserves to go to jail
You may have seen a short clip of a TikTok "prankster" spilling a giant tub of cereal all over the subway and a bunch of strangers.
If you haven't seen the video, it consists of fckjosh, whose real name is Josh Popkin, filling a plastic storage bin with cereal and milk, then intentionally dumping the whole mess on the ground in the middle of a New York City subway car. The other people in the car are wearing masks over their mouths and noses—as required by current safety guidelines—but not Josh. He pulled it down off his chin, so everyone could see what a dumb goofball he is, pretending to scoop the sticky, mess of milk and Fruity Pebbles back into the bin. All the while the strangers who are probably forced to be on that subway move away from him, visibly disgusted, but somehow resisting the urge to smack him.