Though Fei bid farewell to his audience when he retired in November, marking the end of his 47 year-long career, he would never have imagined the song to become a global internet sensation in just a few months. But how? The emergence of the meme was, like most TikTok sensations, random and weird. It all began with Zhang Aiqin, a livestreamer on Chinese short video platform Kwai , who recorded himself singing the tune in heavy snow back in January. Viewers abroad soon picked up the second clip and uploaded it to YouTube — and later Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.
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Subscriber Account active since. It's the fastest fastest-growing social-media platform on the web, and the app has become a ubiquitous element of Gen Z life. Despite security concerns around TikTok's Chinese ownership, it seems like everyone is getting in on the fun, including celebrities like Lady Gaga , nurses , and even US soldiers. As it has grown, TikTok has evolved and has become a marketplace for short bits of audio that users can upload for others to use in their own videos. While mainstream music frequently thrives on the app, other sounds from pop culture and elsewhere have also become earworms. Although this sound only recently shot to popularity on TikTok, it actually originates from a clip shared to Twitter. The vulgar clip, in which a woman calls and threatens her boss after taking her off a work schedule, seems to have been originally sent to the wrong recipient by mistake, which led to it getting shared on Twitter in the first place more than a year ago.
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