In 2022, the social network registered 655.9 million users worldwide.
There are over 150 million TikTok users in China in 2021.
TikTok is one of the most downloaded applications in the world in recent years.
Social network has become the best tool for people all over the world, that’s why people carry out any kind of activity on these platforms. Recently, several TikTok users have raised alarm about a terrifying challenge being broadcast on the video platform triggered by Jeffrey Demar’s Netflix series.
It is no secret to anyone that TikTok is one of the favorite and most consumed social networks by the youth across the world. According to a company report, the Chinese digital platform was ranked among the top ten social networks in January 2021, registering 655.9 million users worldwide.
For its part, data from Sensor Tower 2020 detailed that it is one of the most downloaded applications in the world in recent years, clocking two billion downloads between the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
In this sense, Tiktok is known for bringing together the most viral challenges, dance and tricks on the internet. Its largest audience is the youth of Z (between 15 and 25 years old), which is why the platform presents some challenges that can be dangerous and even cause problems for people on a daily basis. Huh.
Jeffrey Dahmer’s series sparks terrifying viral challenge on TikTok
The series, titled “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” has positioned itself as one of the most-watched in the history of the streaming platform, and although it is a story that tells how the true crime happened that led to the famous Figures revived The Cannibals of Milwaukee, the serial killer who killed 17 people between 1978 and 1991, has created a challenge for many curious people on TikTok.
As a result, a viral challenge has been created on Tiktok which is badly dividing the audience. The challenge at hand is finding Polaroid photos of Dahmer’s real victims and reacting to them with a video.
We should remember that although most of the Milwaukee killer’s belongings were destroyed, some were stolen and became collector’s items.
This viral challenge has generated a resoundingly negative reaction from many users, who despise the sentiment that some viewers feel after watching the series, and the lack of respect that leads to the 17 deaths of Dahmer and his families, who do not. fictional characters.
Faced with such a crazy challenge, the Chinese social network is taking action and removing a good portion of the content, but despite this, it still has a problem, as some users try to evade the platform’s rules. Re-uploading edited video.
Also, many TikTok users have taken to social networks like Twitter to condemn the challenge.
The new Jeffrey Demar show is awful. I can’t believe it happened IRL and what happened to all those deceased victims – what a sick man he was. What’s worse is that there are some real Polaroid photos they actually released on the internet.
— lyss (@alyssa_torbush) September 27, 2022
People on tiktok are upset because they couldn’t find the Polaroids Dahmer taken for their victims???? What’s wrong with people? I’m really sick to my stomach right now. pic.twitter.com/KuTUbM1U6k
— Cheyenne⁷ (@GingerNightwing) September 29, 2022
“Jeffrey Dahmer’s new show is scary. I can’t believe what happened and what happened to all those deceased victims, how sick he was. What’s worse, there are some actual Polaroid photos he actually took on the internet.” Posted,” reads a tweet.
“Are people on TikTok upset that they couldn’t find the polaroids that Dahmer took from his victims? What’s wrong with people? I’m really sick to my stomach right now,” read another post.
Although the world of social networks seems harmless, they can harm the lives of their users if they are not used properly. In view of this, there is a lot of news coming out about youths losing their lives to do the TikTok challenge, because at the time when the existence of chroming came to the fore, which was more of an addictive practice than a dangerous challenge, which is increasing among the youth. has been
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