Why Is TikTok Getting Banned in the U.S. and More TikTok Drama


Including all the drama around the Hype House, issues with censorship and reports the U.S. might ban TikTok

Remember when we all thought we were downloading TikTok just to watch videos during quarantine? That was a different time, my friends. Almost four months after COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic by the WHO, our souls may have withered in isolation, but TikTok—the social media app that allows users to post up to 15 second videos set to a sound—has truly thrived. TikTok has become one of the world’s most beloved apps, with 800 million active users worldwide. But, with that much engagement and popularity, there’s bound to be some (or in the case of TikTok, tons) of drama. And, as an app that features predominantly millennial and Gen Z users dancing, kissing their friends and becoming politically engaged, the Chinese-founded app has…

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