If you routinely watch videos on TikTok, there's a decent opportunity you've proactively known about the song “Period Ahh Period Uhh.” A young British lady by the name of Brit Barbie played out the song on TikTok, where she was spotted freestyling and adhering her tongue out to one side. The video immediately became well known on the internet, thanks to the little kid's token of lack of regard.
Britt Barbie initially posted the song on her TikTok account on August 20. “Period” is a term that implies the determination of a statement. The ‘ah' sound is an articulation advocated by African American craftsmen and Hip Jump stars who add the expression in their songs and raps as often as possible.
Britt Barbie transferred a video where she was heard saying the expression in various accents. The video became a web sensation and got more than 1,000,000 views. It was then gotten by celebrities, including Baby Tate, who made a duet on the song, making it considerably more well-known. Individuals then began requesting the full form of the song, which provoked Britt Barbie to deliver a drawn-out rendition.
baby tate always eating even as a joke https://t.co/WeZ8TVcRU7— romeo. (@dojasidepiece) September 17, 2022
The first video by Britt Barbie has moved past 22 million views and over 2.7 million likes on TikTok. Aside from Baby Tate, makers, and celebrities, including Alyssa McKay, Bebe Rexha, and Chloe Bailey, have all made duet adaptations of the video, adding to the prevalence of the song.
After Britt delivered the full form of the song on YouTube, fans began requesting Baby Tate to send off the full variant from her interpretation. The rapper has not remarked on the interest but posted a tweet stating, “Period, Period.”
clout is crippling the community. y'all giving this girl free features when y'all could be doing that for somebody black with talent https://t.co/0AcOgbdt9b— Clever (@ZayGotHimOne) September 17, 2022
Britt first became a web sensation in February 2022 when she transferred a video on TikTok about hair development. She looked stunned in the video and let her fans know that she didn't realize that hair developed from the scalp. She pointed towards her scalp, “Recently discovered something, I never realized that your hair develops from up here. I never knew that.”
The video turned into a web sensation, moved past 400k views and 30k likes, and assisted Britt in ascending to popularity on TikTok. However, many fans were left contemplating whether she was coming clean or simply kidding.
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