What Is Here The Recipe For Chupagetti TikTok? Meaning and Meme Explained
When the TikTok comments section is filled with "Here's The Recipe for Chupagetti," fans have gone mad.
"here's the recipe for ✨CHUPAGETTI✨" bro stfu, kill yourself pic.twitter.com/3Pod8y6JvY— 𝓘𝓻𝓯𝓪𝓷 (@AdeuticK) March 31, 2022
They started commenting about it on social media. Chupagetti seems to be the combination of two words, Chupa and Spaghetti. The word chupa means "suck" in the Filipino language or is an alternative word for tsupa.
However, Spaghetti is something Filipinos cherish and have during birthdays and other normal celebrations. Or it is pansit they eat during birthdays which is again noodles as a wish to have a long life to the birthday person.
It is not clear where the trend started whether in the Philippines or any other place. But it went viral on the media. However, Tiktok users are getting annoyed and trying to avoid meaningless threads.
It is also unclear when the trend began, but Tiktok users are becoming increasingly irritated by the proliferation of viral comment memes, and many are looking forward to them going down.
If these kinds of stuff keep on appearing on Tiktok, the moderation teams will be forced to intervene to stop the nuisance and take steps to prevent repeat remark spamming.
It is strange, however, that the platform that keeps people engaging can sometimes annoy that they might stop using it for a while. Usually, it is normal in every household that even children keep on watching Tiktok videos.
So, "Here's the recipe for Chupagetti" might give users a break for sometimes from Tiktok. Rest time Tiktok users!