A new dance challenge is taking over TikTok. Here’s everything you need to know about the viral Junebug trend.
Over the past few weeks, social media has been dominated by the new Buss It Challenge. Featuring the song Buss It by Erica Banks, it sees users transitioning from wearing no makeup to full glam. But, the popular trend now has a rival – the Junebug Challenge.
The Junebug Challenge is fighting for the top spot as January’s most popular TikTok trend, and it’s certainly had a great reaction from social media users. Here’s the Junebug Challenge explained!
What is the Junebug Challenge?
The latest big challenge to go viral on TikTok is the Junebug Challenge.
It sees users doing a specific dance, nicknamed a ‘Junebug walk’, in various different locations. Then, you edit all the clips together to make one long video.
The hashtag #junebugchallenge has already had 13.5 million views and been going viral across the world.
Who started the Junebug Challenge?
The challenge was created by a social media personality and digital creator who goes by the name of @juneelite on TikTok.
Based in Los Angeles, he calls himself Junebug, which is where the name of the challenge originated.
He posted his first #junebugchallenge video to TikTok and Instagram on December 24th and committed to posting a new challenge video every day until it went viral on social media.
What is the song called?
- BeatBox by SpotemGottem.
The song that’s associated with the challenge is called BeatBox by American rapper SpotemGottem. It was chosen by Junebug when he created the challenge in December.
Social media users are obsessed with the Junebug trend
The Junebug Challenge is quickly taking over social media, and the hilarious ‘Junebug walk’ has become so famous that people have been taking to Twitter to react to it.
One person wrote: “Junebug Challenge is the best Challenge so far this year.”
A third person said: “I don’t really care too much to participate in social media challenges but I must say… That Junebug challenge lowkey got my attention.”
Now it’s your turn to have a go at the Junebug Challenge. Make sure you use the hashtag #junebugchallenge!