TikTok and other social media apps are currently people's main sources of entertainment. Unlike Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites, TikTok focuses on videos that its users create. 

Rumors Claim TikTok's Viral 'Wee' Video Has a Creepy Message: What Does 'Me Voy A Matar' Mean?
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In this photo illustration, the download page for the Tiki Tok app is displayed on an Apple iPhone on August 7, 2020 in Washington, DC. On Thursday evening, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that bans any transactions between the parent company of TikTok, ByteDance, and U.S. citizens due to national security reasons. The president signed a separate executive order banning transactions with China-based tech company Tencent, which owns the app WeChat. Both orders are set to take effect in 45 days.

Some of them are original content, while others are old videos that are edited to make new trending content. All of them seem cute and funny, but some of these videos have a hidden message. TikTok's "Wee" video is currently trending, even on other social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

Its background sound is currently one of the most popular audios on the video platform. However, since it is not English, some people don't understand it. It is also hard to know the exact words that the audio says.

If you are one of those confused TikTokm users, the video says, "me voy matar, weee." According to Celeb Pie's previous report, the popular phrase's original translation is "I'm going to kill myself." If you are a fan of it, you might want to think before saying it in public.

Where the viral TikTok video originated

Daily Dot reported that popular "weee" audio is currently being used in different TikTok compilations. Most of them have more than one million views. On the other hand, the content is also very popular on YouTube since the video platform also has a lot of funny and cute compilations, including cats failing to jump and other animal content.

Rumors Claim TikTok's Viral 'Wee' Video Has a Creepy Message: What Does 'Me Voy A Matar' Mean?
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In this photo illustration, the Tik Tok app is displayed on an Apple iPhone on November 01, 2019 in San Anselmo, California. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has started a national security investigation of social media app TikTok after Beijing ByteDance Technology Co acquired U.S. social media app Musical.ly for $1 billion.

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TikTok's viral content came from an old video titled "La La vi Con Otra Paloma," published way back in 2018. It shows a longer video of a pigeon that suddenly jumped without even flapping its wings. However, the footage was not able to capture what happened to the bird after it jumped. This is also one of the main reasons why it is attracting a lot of viewers.

On the other hand, the video's title translates to "I saw her with another pigeon."

It was again reposted by YouTube account Laugh and Enjoy on Jan. 16.

"The original wee or wii meme from tiktok. I think it was uploaded one or so years ago," said the YouTuber via his official account.

How to make a trending TikTok video?

According to BoostLikes, one of the most effective ways is to make your niche narrower. This means that if you are good at dancing, only focus on dancing. Another technique is to upload more videos consistently. If TikTok moderators see that you are always posting new content, there's a chance that they will prioritize your videos on the main section of the app. You can click here to know more details.

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