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Kung Fu Panda TikToks

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Kung Fu Panda TikToks refers to a trend on TikTok where creators use a Kung Fu Panda body filter that makes them appear as Po, the movie's protagonist. The TikToks are set to a Kung Fu Panda rap song that was posted to the platform in early 2022. From there, users used the filter along with the song to dance, play sports or humorously beat people up in skits. Many also performed the Griddy dance as Po.


On February 14th, 2022, TikToker[1] yowen._, also known as Young Yayo, posted a video with text overlay reading, "bro paid $60 for a session to make this," showing in the background his friend dancing to a Kung Fu Panda rap song, throwing karate punches and kicks. The TikTok received roughly 6.4 million plays and 974,400 likes over the course of one month (shown below, top). Additionally, Young Yayo posted the song to Soundcloud [2] on February 16th, earning roughly 189,000 listens and 11,800 likes in one month (shown below, bottom).


Kung Fu Panda!
Nigga stay sippin' on that Fanta!

On February 17th, 2022, following the virality of his first video, Young Yayo posted another TikTok[3] that announced the song was on Soundcloud. Within the video, Young Yayo transformed into Po the Panda, using a filter that made a CGI panda around his body. The TikTok (shown below) received roughly 1.5 million plays and 209,500 likes in one month.



On February 25th, 2022, TikToker[4] thikkk_lightskin posted a video that showed him dribbling a basketball and doing a behind-the-back layup while using the Kung Fu Panda filter and song. The video earned roughly 3.4 million plays and 434,900 likes over the course of four weeks (shown below, left). On March 1st, TikToker[5] aaronmoe2 posted a similar video of him playing basketball, earning roughly 2.9 million plays and 487,400 likes in two weeks (shown below, right). Additionally in the video, aaronmoe2 performs the griddy dance after scoring a half-court shot.


More TikToks using the song and filter were posted going into March. For instance, on March 2nd, TikToker[6] jjrodriguez_69 posted one of Po fake fighting his teacher and then doing the Griddy, earning roughly 5.7 million likes in two weeks (shown below, left). On March 13th, 2022, TikToker[7] kobelage posted a video of Po smacking his friend playing ping-pong, earning roughly 6.3 million plays in four days (shown below, right).


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[1] TikTok – @yowen._

[2] Soundcloud – Kung Fu Panda

[3] TikTok – @yowen._

[4] TikTok – @thikkk_lightskin

[5] TikTok – @aaronmoe2

[6] TikTok – @jjrodriguez_69

[7] TikTok – @kobelage

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