Dejame Revisarte el Celular

Dejame Revisarte el Celular

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Updated Sep 02, 2022 at 11:50AM EDT by Mateus.

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Dejame Revisarte el Celular refers to a viral music video and lip-sync challenge about a boyfriend trying to look into his partner's text messages. It is based on a song with a title that translates as ‘Let me check your phone,' and became very popular on TikTok in February 2022 with couples doing lip dubs and comedy skits using the song as a base.

Origin

On May 18th, 2021, the Dominican Republic artists Ingrid Laien and Los Del Fino released the song ‘Dejame Revisarte el Celular’[1] (Let me check your phone) on all streaming platforms about a jealous boyfriend trying to see a text message in his girlfriend’s phone and the girlfriend's reply.



Spread

Shortly after its release, a 15-second portion of the song was uploaded as a TikTok sound and has accumulated 384,000 videos tagged on the video platform in seven months. In total, the hashtag has over 42.7 million views. The sound features the couple arguing about the girlfriend's private text messages and the boyfriend threatening her.[2]


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7065815211034397957

The reggaeton rhythm and the rap style sung in Spanish were used in lip dubs and comedy skits to expose how toxic people behave while in an abusive relationship.

Dejame Revisarte el Celular 2

After the success on social media of the first song, Ingrid aLien and Los Del Fino released on June 27th, 2022, another song, titled ‘Dejame Revisarte el Celular 2’, where the tables turn and now the girlfriend displays her jealousy after her partner says he’s going out with a cousin. Like the first song, the second also became a popular TikTok sound for people to act out and play along with.


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7117422970775129350

The question, “¿Y quién te dio permiso pa’ estar andando?”, which translates to, “and who gave you permission to leave?” has been used for a lip dub trend on TikTok for 1.2 million videos on TikTok in the three months since it was uploaded.[3] TikTokers like chiaraking, posted dubs of it throughout the summer of 2022 (seen below). King received almost 400,000 likes for her August 4th dub of the sound.[4]


@chiaraking The Spanish lyrics for y’all #latintrend #toxica ♬ Con Una Prima Déjame Revisarte El Celular 2 – 👸🏽 Ingrid Laien 💎

Various Examples


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7116230549202537734
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7129257867365895430
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7127425656786308358
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7134659807612521733
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7081987894373534982
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7079609341648669957

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