Parents Are Savagely Dragging Their Teen Children On TikTok And It’s A Joy To Watch
How the tables have turned.
Despite TikTok being an app geared to younger generations, it’s parents who always seem to create the best content thanks to their kids.
For example, Lil Stace’s iconic father quickly became the internet’s dad thanks to the teen deciding to post random joyful videos of him. Similarly, Nathan Apodaca aka @420doggface208, would have never changed the world with his ‘Dreams’ skateboarding video if it wasn’t for his daughters pushing him to make a TikTok account in the first place.
However in a less wholesome, but much more hilarious, turn of events, parents are now taking over TikTok for unknowingly dragging their teen children because of the ‘No No No’ trend.
parents on tiktok be doing the most😭 pic.twitter.com/yRnAHYTSuQ
— fknowsG (@6aamz1) October 10, 2020
The latest ‘No No No’ trend sees teens tricking their oblivious parents into recording a seemingly innocent selfie video standing in front of them as they do menial tasks. From here, the teens upload these videos to TikTok along with an absolutely savage drag written on screen.
Set to an audio that just repeats the word “no” over and over again, the videos under the sound have been flooded with innocent parents roasting their children with pointed insults.
However because the insults are so specific to each child and so extreme, it’s pretty clear that the parents didn’t write the captions. These parents probably genuinely think they’re just spending some cute quality time with their children by recording these videos.
But honestly, knowing that these parents have no idea what’s going on or why they’ve been asked to film themselves makes it all that little bit funnier.
While it’s hard to pinpoint exactly where or how this trend started, in the last week alone it has ramped up with “parents” from across the world making jokes about their kids being single, being adopted, and being aborted.
Somehow Mark Cuban’s daughter even convinced her dad to take part in the trend, where the Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank investor jokes about the teen not even being able to make a free throw despite him owning a whole NBA team.
Bravely, one girl even managed to get her boyfriend’s dad to record himself in order to make a joke about her being at their house too often.
Even though it’s obvious that the ‘No No No’ trend isn’t exactly real, reading the self-drags these teens think of are still very amusing and one can only wonder if their parents have any clue what they’ve gotten themselves into.
Either way, here are all the best TikTok’s of innocent parents absolutely dragging their children: