Dropping out of high school for Tik Tok. Vice explores the lifestyle of teens living in group homes for brand sponsorships on the social media giant. Even agents have their own children on payroll. "Main Character Syndrome" has become a term popularized on TikTok to describe self-centered, out of touch people. Is the money worth it?
If the Chinese are really monitoring Tic Tok, they deserve to have their minds fried by this drivel!
I came across this thing and wanted to share my 2 cents. It's crazy to see how TikTok has become such a huge part of people's lives, especially for some of these kids who are dropping out of high school for the platform. But, you know, if I had a TikTok, I'd treat it like a job. I think it's the safest way to use it. I'd get tiktok views free and start making money. Anyway, let's hope these kids wake up and realize that life is much broader than TikTok and popularity.