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Controversial trends of TikTok of 2024

Published on 29.03.2024 by Tracey Chizoba Fletcher

TikTok, the popular platform known for its creative and entertaining content, has also become a stage for risky challenges. Although the majority of its trends focus on enjoyment, some have evolved into contentious issues, leading to alerts from officials. Below is a summary of the most debated TikTok trends of 2023/24.


Chroming trend on TikTok

In March 2023, Australia was struck by tragedy when a 13-year-old girl died after engaging in 'chroming'—the act of inhaling harmful vapors from aerosol deodorant. This perilous fad, known on TikTok as 'WhipTok,' has quickly gained alarming popularity, accumulating over 546.3 million views. Participants may experience a brief euphoria similar to the effects of alcohol, but the practice poses severe risks, including heart attacks, seizures, and irreversible damage to organs.


The angel of death challenge

The 'Angel of Death' challenge, which emerged in Indonesia, sees teenagers dangerously leaping in front of moving trucks, putting their lives at grave risk. This fatal trend has resulted in at least two deaths. In response, law enforcement has taken minors into custody for engaging in these perilous activities, highlighting the deadly risks associated with this challenge.


Allergy medications challenge

The Benadryl Challenge entails consuming dangerously high quantities of the allergy medication to experience hallucinations, a risky behavior that resulted in the death of a 15-year-old in Oklahoma. Johnson & Johnson, along with the FDA, have issued alerts against the misuse of Benadryl, pointing out the severe health risks and potential for fatal outcomes. Those who partake in this challenge could suffer from hallucinations, seizures, and even slip into comas.