Instagram is flooded with the 'Nah he Tweakin' phrase, and credit goes to popular rapper Lil Nas X. On August 25, Instagram user @rap posted a photo about Tony Hawk’s blood-infused Liquid Death skateboards.
The caption of the post read:
“#TonyHawk’s blood is being used in $500 limited-edition skateboards. Y’all rockin with it!?”
The Industry Baby singer responded to the post with 'Nah he Tweakin' and immediately took the internet by storm. The rapper’s comment went viral, with hundreds of users bombarding Instagram using a similar phrase.
The comments are mostly seen on the posts of verified and official Instagram accounts. The expression is likely to be dubbed the latest viral social media trend.
According to the Urban Dictionary, the term “tweaking” means:
“The act of not making sense or saying stupid sh*t."
The expression 'Nah he Tweakin' is reported to be derived from the same word. It is considered to be part of the modern internet vocabulary mostly used by Generation Z.
Lil Nas X’s viral comment refers to Tony Hawk’s brand-new “Blood Boards” launched in collaboration with canned-water company Liquid Death.
Twitter turns Lil Nas X’s 'Nah he Tweakin' turns into a hilarious memefest
Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk recently released a limited edition skateboard infused with his own blood. The Tony Hawk x Liquid Death “Blood Boards” manufactured only 100 pieces and was reportedly sold out within 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, Lil Nas X fans drew immediate comparisons of the situation with the rapper’s infamous “Satan Shoes.” Earlier this year, the Montero (Call Me By Your Name) hitmaker launched a limited edition shoe collection that was made using a drop of his blood.
However, the rapper received criticism from the online community for infusing blood in his product, contrary to the overwhelming reaction to the skateboarder’s blood-infused deck.
Following the launch of Tony Hawk’s skateboards, several Lil Nas X fans took to social media to express their disappointment about the reception. The Grammy Award winner also took to Twitter to share his opinion on the situation:
“Now that tony hawk has released skateboards with his blood painted on them, and there was no public outrage, are y’all ready to admit y’all were never actually upset over the blood in the shoes? and maybe u were mad for some other reason?”
In addition to his Twitter statement, Lil Nas X also commented on the skateboards using the phrase 'Nah he Tweakin' on Instagram. This led to the expression turning into a viral social media phenomenon within a few hours.
Besides taking over Instagram, netizens also decided to share a barrage of hilarious 'Nah he Tweakin' memes on Twitter:
As the online community continues to react to the viral expression using many memes, it remains to be seen if Tony Hawk will address the ongoing situation and respond to Lil Nas X’s comment.
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