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Low Vibration Plate

Added by Phillip Hamilton • Updated about a year ago by Zach
Added by Phillip Hamilton • Updated about a year ago by Zach

Low Vibration Plate slang and meme.


Low Vibration Plate refers to a viral video where life coach Stormy Wellington tells another life coach, Tammy Price, that her plate of food has low vibrations and that she wouldn't eat it if you paid her. The interaction is meant to teach Price that you shouldn't always accept what people give you. The video was posted in October 2022 and went viral over the following days, inspiring videos reacting to it and posts using the term "low vibration plate" as a slang term on Twitter synonymous with messy plates of food piled high.


On October 2nd, 2022, TikToker[1] @tammyprice_, an inspirational speaker and life coach, posted a video where she sits with two other women, including another life coach, Stormy Wellington, eating barbecue food off of paper plates. Wellington's plate has much less food than Price's, whose plate is piled high. In the video, Wellington tells Price that she would not eat the plate of food she's holding, saying, "You can’t pay me to do that to myself." Price tells Wellington that someone else gave her the food and Wellington responds, "I don’t do what they do, I do what I do[…] I would never eat a plate that look like this[…] It’s low vibration. My thought process is if you put it on my plate I don’t have to eat it, I got to be disciplined." At the end of the video, Price explains, "There’s a lot of people that just let people give them what they want them to have and they accept it[…] Coach Storm is teaching me don’t accept what they put on your plate." The video garnered over 500,000 views in two days (shown below). "Low vibrations" in this context essentially mean "bad vibes" or negative energy.



On October 2nd, 2022, the video was reposted to Twitter[2] by @drutejada, who wrote negatively of it, "she think everything is a fucking lesson and her homegirls just sitting eating her dick," garnering over 56,000 likes and 6,600 retweets in two days. The user commented under the tweet, writing, "like how the fuck else is a plate at a BARBECUE supposed to look bitch? your homegirl a poor low vibration ass bitch cause she got a plate at a cookout? i would’ve threw the plate at storm idc," garnering over 40,000 likes in the same span of time. That day, Twitter users began posting photos of themselves eating "low vibration plates," using the phrase in their captions. For example, on that day, Twitter[3] user @KKRE3M posted an image captioned, "Me with 3 low vibration plates," garnering over 100,000 likes and 15,000 retweets in two days (shown below).

KREEM @KKRE3M Me with 3 low vibration plates JA ***

That day, Twitter[4] user @Billionairepolo posted a similar photo, garnering over 17,000 likes and 3,700 retweets in two days (shown below, left). Twitter[5] user @cxrodge made a similar post, garnering over 19,000 likes in the same span of time (shown below, right). On October 4th, HITC[6] reported on the meme.

POLO @Billionairepola Low vibration plate season almost here 5555555 Freida Slaves @cxrodge Me with my low vibration plate at the function JARD ALP

Various Examples

MJ, Mr. Bear LA ¹23 @MJsaysthings In need of a low vibration plate desperately www Still Loyal To The Soil @LazyLeftyOG Lemme 3 of them low vibration plates CHURAS FEAT REPECTING PUBLIC Public Enemies Podcast ENEMIES ABY @TheEnemiesPE3 Me tearing up my low vibrations plate while everyone else is eating crumbs W m www Freida Slaves @cxrodge My low vibration ass in line for my 3rd plate GOGON Mel ... Low @LowKeyUHTN Low Vibration plates make me happy Rose Michelle @RosenaraM Me being a hood rat eating my low vibration plate ***

Search Interest

External References

[1] TikTok – tammyprice_

[2] Twitter – drutejada

[3] Twitter – KKRE3M

[4] Twitter – Billionairepolo

[5] Twitter – cxrodge


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