What Is Menace Cult On Tiktok? Here are its meaning and trends explained in short. Find out.
Numerous cults are arising on TikTok. In August, the Vegeta Cult was trending. Now, it is the Menace Cult.
Being a part of a cult sounds nefarious. But, when it comes to TikTok, it is just a way for TikTokers to increasing their followers and create a community.
It is super easy to join a TikTok cult. TikTok users change their profile pictures to fit the theme of the cult. After that, the TikTok users with the same profile pictures follow each other.
Some TikTok clubs are the Hamster Cult, Lana Cult, and now the Menace Cult. TikTok users in the Menace Cult have the smiling devil emoji with black clothing as their PFPS (profile pictures).
What Is Menace Cult On Tiktok?
Menace Cult is the latest TikTok trend in which TikTokers change their profile pictures into the smiling devil emoji.
The emoji features the emoji alongside all-black streetwear attire. These profile pictures radiate a gangster/thug vibe hence the name “Menace Cult.” However, nothing is Menacing about the cult itself.
It is just a bunch of TikTokers changing their profile pictures and following each other.
Cults on TikTok are just a way for people to increase their follower count.
There is only one rule in the Menace Cult: Once A Menace, Always A Menace.
@m5.bm Only 1 rule 😈: Once a menace, always a menace😈 #fyp #menace #cult #newcult #menacetosociety #demontime #join ( @uhhhuh1 ♬ original sound – M5.BM
Menace Cult Tiktok Meaning
There is no inherent meaning behind the Menace Cult on TikTok.
It is just a way to branch out and gain more followers on TikTok. The Menace Cult members all feature the same devil emoji profile pictures and follow each other.
Besides this, the cult serves no other purpose.
Menace Cult Lyrics And Emoji Explained
“Ryte Night” by NBA YoungBoy is the song of choice for many members of the Menace Cult.
Besides, they also feature lyrics and songs from hip-hop artists like Lil Tecca, YNW Melly, and more. However, Ryte Night is the most used sound for this TikTok trend.
One can make their own emoji profile picture or use the ones other users have created.
The Menace Cult pfp must contain the purple smiling devil emoji in it. 😈
The emoji is a sign of trouble and mischief.
When Did The Trend Start?
It is unknown when the trend initially started.
The trend took off and went viral on September 14. As of September 15, #menacecult has over 1.4 million views on TikTok.