TikTokers around the world are fuming over the latest trend gracing the small screen. The “I wanna ride, I wanna ride” trend is sweeping the world.
As the days end, new dawns bring with them a new trend. The latest audio bite to make its way up the high halls of TikTok fame is “I wanna ride”.
A jazzed up sample of Puerto Rican rapper and reality TV star Joseline Hernandez’s “Vegas,” the song’s simple hook gets right to the point.
“I wanna ride, I wanna ride” has become a unified call for users to express exactly what drives them to ride.
I want to ride I want to rideeee🤪
With calls suggesting that the above ‘bby.glosss’ video is the originator of the trend, which is difficult to verify, there is no doubt that the March 18 video and accompanying tongue-out dance were instrumental in causing it to bring this trend into the social media spotlight.
While the trend initially started as an expression of romantic interest, it quickly reached its moment of saturation in its first week.
From there, the trend evolved from wanting a big, tall glass of hunk to quench the poster’s thirst, to being parodiesmocked and shared further.
‘anthonyedwards.jr’ seized the moment and racked up a staggering 3.5 million views with his take on the trend, ‘if she made one of these for you, you’re the winner bro’.
The trend goes well beyond the bounds of romantic interest and is now widely available to anyone who just wants to drive. For some users, the format will appear simply express your desire to participate. “Me when my husband says he’s going somewhere,” was a caption that accompanied a video of the poster being prepared for the exit.
The trend has seen massive use since its inception. Capturing the highs of that moment along with the Car Dragon sound and being a welcome change from the chupagetti and brownie phenomena we just left.
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