Rizz Chin Up TikTok prank.

Rizz "Chin Up" Prank

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Updated Nov 30, 2022 at 03:09PM EST by Owen.

Added Nov 09, 2022 at 09:36AM EST by Owen.

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The Rizz "Chin Up" Prank, also known as the Rizz "Hand to Chin" Prank, Rizz Palm Read or Rizz Chin Touch, is a prank on TikTok in which people test their Unspoken Rizz by approaching someone in school or in public, fake read their palm and then move their hand up to touch the person's chin in a way that is seductive and flirtatious. The maneuver supposedly tests someone's rizz and whether or not they are a "Rizz God." Besides the chin touch, the TikTok trend also includes putting one's hand on the wall behind the rizz subject and leaning in for a kiss. It started in late 2022 and used the song "Me U & Hennessy" by DeJ Loaf featuring Lil Wayne as the primary sound, notably generating discourse after someone reportedly cried because of the rizz chin touch in a school gym.


The song "Me U & Hennessy" by DeJ Loaf featuring Lil Wayne became known on TikTok as a sound that was used for videos showing flirtatious maneuvers. This happened prior to the late 2022 "Rizz 'Palm to Chin Up'" prank. For instance, on June 16th, 2022, TikToker[1] childsupprt posted a video of himself making a physical "first move" with his date in the front seat of a car, gaining roughly 2.7 million plays and 354,900 likes in five months (shown below, left). On September 20th, 2022, TikToker[2] saigefunnyguy posted the first video that inspired the later "Rizz 'Palm to Chin Up'" prank. In the video, he walked up to people at is school and smacked his hand on the wall behind them with text overlay reading, "how i'm tryna be w you." In two months, the video received roughly 3.2 million plays and 620,400 likes (shown below, right).



Due to the virality of his first video, TikToker[3] saigefunnyguy posted another video with the same theme on September 22nd, 2022, earning roughly 4.2 million plays and 561,100 likes in two months (shown below, left). He continued posting similar videos, eventually inspiring others to do the same. For instance, on September 27th, 2022, TikToker[4] 1kluvethan posted a video that earned roughly 13.4 million plays and 2.4 million likes in two months (shown below, right).


Rizz "Palm to Chin Up"

On October 6th, 2022, TikToker[5] phillipbaynesjr posted the first known instance of the "palm to chin" move in a TikTok that received roughly 3.9 million plays and 344,200 likes in one month (shown below, left). TikToker phillipbaynesjr posted multiple videos on the same day that showed the same "chin touch" move, like one TikTok[6] that received over 37.7 million plays in one month. His videos inspired others to do the "chin touch" move. For instance, in mid-October 2022, TikToker brendan_24__ posted a video (since deleted) of him doing the rizz "chin touch" on a classmate who appeared to be crying afterward (repost shown below, right). However, brendan_24__ posted a follow-up TikTok[7] in which he talked to the "crying" person who said she was just laughing instead.


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[1] TikTok – @childsupprt

[2] TikTok – @saigefunnyguy

[3] TikTok – @saigefunnyguy

[4] TikTok – @1kluvethan

[5] TikTok – @phillipbaynesjr

[6] TikTok – @phillipbaynesjr

[7] TikTok – @brendan_24__

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