On TikTok The trend ‘My Name Is’ of the children’s group D Billions, made up of ‘Chiky’, ‘Cha-Cha’, ‘Boom-Boom’ and ‘Lya-Lya’, has become very popular. Given this, workers from a delivery chain were “forced” to dance the catchy song or else they would not get paid at the end of the month. His level of ‘enthusiasm’ did not go unnoticed in social media and has generated all kinds of comments.
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As can be seen in the video shared by the same Peruvian delivery company Frappego (@frappego), four workers were allegedly forced to dance the choreography of ‘My Name Is’ in the middle of the work shift in order to collect their respective salaries.
“When the boss says that if they don’t participate in TikTok he won’t pay”, reads in the description, implying what was mentioned above. It is unknown if they uploaded it with the aim of generating humor and adding views, but what can be seen is the desire they put into doing the trend.
The only employee who is in tune with the song is the one who personifies ‘Cha-Cha’, who moves his arms and legs. ‘Chiky’, for his part, does show a face of discomfort as if he had actually been forced to do said TikTok. The same happens with the third, who plays the role of ‘Boom-Boom’.
The video was uploaded on March 21 and since its publication date it has recorded 3 million views and 247 thousand likes. A large number of users agreed that the only worker who should have a salary increase is ‘Cha-Cha’, who made him want to throughout the choreography.
Who are D Billions?
They are a group made up of four young people and upload children’s content to their YouTube channel, where they have more than 17 million subscribers. The video with the highest number of views is ‘Shake, shake your body! Clap, Clap, Cha Cha Cha!’ with 2,305,837,618 views.
What is TikTok?
According WikipediaTikTok, known in China as Douyin, is a video-sharing social networking service owned by the Chinese company ByteDance.
What is a viral video?
A viral video is a video that becomes popular after being shared across the internet by multiple people through social media, online services, or specialized websites such as YouTube.
The reason why it is shared is because it causes fury and impact on the viewers who watch it, motivating them to spread it among all their acquaintances, and these in turn with their close circles and so on until reaching millions of views.
A viral video can have various types of content, ranging from the humorous to the tragic, and although in some cases, it could hurt susceptibilities, it can reach a large number of views in a short time.
How many views does it take for a video to go viral?
“For a video to be considered viral, it must be widely distributed on the web and reach a large number of views in a short time. There is no precise measure of how many views a video would have to have to be considered viral, but Business Insider did an article about it starting with the first million views. Explain moneyinimage.com.