Is your TikTok flooded with videos of people saying ‘Is it bussin Janelle?’. If you’re a little confused, here’s what it means.
New trends emerge on TikTok every day, and it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with all of them.
The latest trend that’s taking over TikTok sees people asking the question ‘Is it bussin Janelle’, and the videos are taking over the app right now. But what does it mean?
The trend was started by a TikTok user called Janelle Rohner, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
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Who is Janelle Rohner?
Janelle Rohner is a popular TikToker who has 3.4 million followers.
The 33-year-old from San Diego, California posts Keto and low carb recipes and tips and now has her own cookbook and fitness plan.
She is a nurse and lives with her husband and two daughters.
You might know Janelle as the ‘bell pepper woman’ as she went viral in 2020 after eating bell peppers with just about everything.
The ‘Is it bussin Janelle’ trend explained
If your TikTok has been full of videos of people saying ‘Is it bussin Janelle’, then you have Janelle Rohner to thank for that.
Earlier this year, Janelle posted a video to TikTok where she asked her followers what ‘bussin’ means as she had seen the phrase on TikTok a lot and was unfamiliar with the slang term.
“I’ve seen all the comments and duets and I have to be honest. I have no idea what bussin means?? Like I have no idea? Someone please fill me in because I’m so confused,” she wrote.
However, rather than answering her question, people began dueting her video and saying the phrase ‘Is it bussin Janelle’ to confuse her even more.
Then, after finally discovering what the term ‘bussin’ actually means, she took to TikTok yet again to respond.
“To answer your question, yeah it’s bussin,” she said.
But what does ‘bussin’ actually mean?
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What does ‘bussin’ mean?
If you’re just as confused as Janelle was, ‘bussin’ is a word that essentially means ‘very good’.
You’d describe something as ‘bussin’ if you wanted to praise it, and the slang term is used all the time on TikTok.
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