Purple Bitmoji is the next big trend in Snapchat that’s sort of silly and random but very fun looking. There is a good chance you might be left confused by this but it’s just a random trend that’s been spreading in Snapchat. A Tik Tok user named “@shlgboys” posted a video on his Tik Tok asking for boys to join the revolution and turn their Bitmoji purple and also share their location as they participate in the trend.
This is the video that started it all. It was posted on 20 July and has garnered 992 thousand likes in just 2 days. They have used the unique hashtag “#fortheboys” and people are enthusiastically taking part in this challenge. Let’s get to know more about this trend and right off the bat, it’s not a cult, it’s just teenagers being weird and having fun in the virtual space.
What Does Purple Bitmoji Mean On Tik Tok And Snapchat? Meaning Explained
Purple Bitmoji on Tik Tok and Snapchat is the new trend made famous by some boys on Tik Tok who are doing this for fun and to generate content based on this trend. Bitmoji was first known as Bitstrips started in 2007 and it took a while to be big.
Bitmoji allows users to create their own customized version of emojis where users can create their looks and use that in the conversation. In 2016, when Snapchat bought the Bitmoji, Bitmoji became exclusively usable in Snapchat.
In the last 2 days, we have seen people make their Bitmoji as green or purple figure and the trend has really caught on fire. Snapchat users have been doing this trend “for the boys” ad they are converting their Bitmoji into a purple-headed dude and sharing Tik Tok video about that.
As far as Tik Tik Tok goes, after @shlgboys made a video and it caught on fire, people started making their videos as well. they started making a Tik Tok video where they were creating this Bitmoji avatar of a purple-headed bald guy that looks like a happy Thanos.
Why Is Everyone Turning Their Bitmoji Purple?
There is no meaning and artistic expression behind turning your Bitmoji purple. They are doing it because they can and it’s just fun. It might seem like everyone is doing it when you get to see it a couple of times. According to the creator of this challenge, the purple-headed avatars are spread across Iowa only but they want worldwide domination.
That is the reason why he wants you to share your location- in order to see how far they can reach with their silly little trend.
In a video posted yesterday, the creator of the trend made his feelings clear- he wants te trend to go on and it was far from over.
Why Are The Boys Making Their Bitmoji Purple?
The boys are making these kinds of videos and it seems like girls are not. The reason behind this is the creator of the trend had specifically summoned the boys to take part in the challenge. Besides the purple bald-headed emoji really looks like that of a man rather than of a woman.
One cant look at this from the perspective of gender inequality or something. It is slightly informed from the fact that boys have frat groups where they do specific things to be a member and making a purple Bitmoji is a way to enter this one. It’s all fun and games.
all i can think about when people change their bitmoji to purple skin is this pic.twitter.com/aEzNUQsa2W
— ashlynn🦦 (@ashlynn771) July 21, 2020
This has also prompted users on Twitter to make memes about purple-headed avatars. It’s not anything serious, it’s just a trend that is supposed to be funny.