TikTok creators share their faults with #NotAPerfectPerson! Take a deeper look at the content with this new feature in addition to top videos, creators, songs, and effects.
Current Top Trend: #NotAPerfectPerson
Nobody is perfect and creators on TikTok have banned together to own their flaws with the #NotAPerfectPerson trend. Set to Hoobastank's 2003 hit "The Reason," this trend features creators admitting to unflattering personal quirks or actions before lip syncing the iconic line, "I'm not a perfect person."
This trend's confessional, comedic vibes has helped it spread across the platform with users admitting to everything from stealing snacks to admitting hypocrisy in their lives. It's become so popular that a counter trend formed using an augmented sound to say "I am a perfect person." These videos poke fun at the self confidence felt after accomplishing minor tasks like removing makeup after a night out or remembering to bring reusable bags to the grocery story. Both of these trends show the humor in our daily life, leading them to become top trends of the week.
#NotAPerfectPerson highlights how TikTok creators can be creative without presenting themselves in a perfect light. Many social networks seem to be filtered versions of people who only show their best highlights, but with #NotAPerfectPerson, creators are encouraged to laugh at themselves while inviting others to join in on the fun.
Hot Track: Paparazzi
Kim Dracula's cover of the classic Lady Gaga song Paparazzi has given creators the perfect track for their videos. The song's slow beginning leads to an enthusiastic drop that's perfect for transitions or exciting moments.
Hot Effect: Old Face
Have you ever wondered what you'd look like as an older individual? Wonder no more with TikTok's latest Old Face Creative Effect!
Creator Spotlight: @dadlifejason
Jason is a husband and father of three children. As the patriarch of a multiracial family, he uses his platform to share family moments and experiences. For Jason, it's important to show the love and tenderness of fatherhood and parenting in the Black community. From random acts of kindness to music jam sessions, he and his family focus on spreading positivity through their content.