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I Can't Talk Right Now, I'm Doing Hot Girl Shit

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Updated Sep 28, 2022 at 03:09PM EDT by Zach.

Added Dec 08, 2020 at 11:30AM EST by Matt.

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I Can't Talk Right Now, I'm Doing Hot Girl Shit is a TikTok trend in which participants perform a mock phone call, telling the person on the other end that "they can't talk right now" because they're doing "hot girl shit." The video then cuts and shows the same person performing a task or action of little consequence. Megan Thee Stallion's song "Girls in the Hood" provides the soundtrack to the videos.


On June 25th, 2020, Megan Thee Stallion released the song "Girls in the Hood." That day, a lyric video for the song was uploaded to her YouTube channel. The post received more than 39 million views in less than one year (shown below).

Months later, on November 16th, TikToker @makeupbychelseax posted the earliest known "I'm Busy Doing Hot Girl Shit" meme. In the video, she says to a friend, "I can't talk right now, I'm doing hot girl shit," before turning to the camera and lip syncing and dancing to the Megan Thee Stallion song.


On December 5th, 2020, TikToker @siennamae posted a video using @makeupbychelseax's audio. In the video, she tells a person on the phone that she cannot talk because she is doing "hot girl shit." She follows the shot with a montage of clips of herself dancing and eating ice cream. The post received more than 1.2 million reactions and 4,000 comments in less than one week (shown below, left).

The following day, TikToker @wizqueifa_ shared a variation in which the video shows her "popping ingrown pubic hairs" after the call. The post received more than 3.5 million reactions and 42,000 comments in less than one week (shown below, right).

As of December 8th, the "busy doing hot girl ish" sound has more than 354,000 videos associated with it.[1]

On December 7th, The Daily Dot [2] published a report on the meme.

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