Over two million people have watched the video that TikToker Giggity4204 posted to TikTok encouraging her viewers to Google her name.
Because of Giggity4204’s widespread appeal, adopting that moniker has become something of a fad within the TikTok community.
The Giggity 420 phenomenon is dissected in detail.
Giggity 420 Tiktok Trend Explained
In essence, the somewhat mysterious video posted by TikToker Giggity4204 encouraged his or her followers to look up “Giggity 420” on Google.
The internet sensation (who goes by an alias) typed “Giggity 420” into Google and posted the video on YouTube, encouraging her millions of followers to do the same out of curiosity. Many viewers, based on the content of the video, expected sexually graphic outcomes from the query.
As for what comes up when you type the name into Google, there isn’t much. The weight of evidence implies that the film is part of a strategy to increase her online visibility and build her personal brand. The original TikTok video has over 2 million views, so we can safely say that the “tactic” was successful.
The same media source suggests that Giggity4204 may be promoting her Instagram account via her TikTok videos.
Viral Video Became Trend
The practice of essentially “cheating” followers into Googling has been popular on TikTok for some time, but because of the success of Gigity4204’s videos, the fad is making a comeback.
Users of the video-sharing platform Tik Tok are uploading clips of the search for their name or username in Google’s search box, with no results being returned. To be honest, all its followers are curious and end up calling themselves Google.
The initial Giggity4204 video had a Tik Tok soundtrack with almost 54,000 videos, however, not all of them were partaking in the Giggity 420 craze.
Follower’s Reaction on Viral Tiktok
After discovering that Googling “Giggty420” yields no results, fans vented their frustrations in the video’s comments area.
A commenter on his/her work stated, “All he did was play.”
A further voice warned, “Don’t fall for the trap.”
Another commenter chimed in: “Nothing appears.”
While it has over 100,000 followers, Giggity4204’s bio claims it is a “hidden account.”
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