Spongebob Popsicle Cult is taking over TikTok in the past few days. Here is everything to know about the ice cream trend.
There’s a new trend of “cult” on TikTok where like-minded people make a group and do their thing. This has been incredibly famous, especially in 2021.
A Cult is simply a group of people who follow a trend or have similar thoughts about something. And they try and make something go viral on TikTok and on, many occasions they have successfully done so.
This brand new cult taking over the internet is the Spongebob Popsicle Cult.
SpongeBob Popsicle Cult TikTok: Get to know the new Ice cream trend
SpongeBob Popsicle Cult is getting viral on TikTok in the past week or so.
First of all, one needs to know what the Spongebob Popsicle Cult really is. It is nothing but a group of people who likes SpongeBob Popsicles. These popsicles are like ice creams built upon the cartoon character, SpongeBob SquarePants.
Hence, people on TikTok are uploading videos buying SpongeBob Popsicles and showcasing them on their videos. The hashtag has already acquired more than 120 million views until now.
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What is a SpongeBob Popsicle?
In case you are wondering, a SpongeBob Popsicle is Spongebob-shaped ice cream or popsicle.
This brand new popsicle is currently on sale in the United States and more and more people have been buying it recently. And soon, it gave rise to one of the biggest TikTok trends of the month.
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How did SpongeBob Popsicle Cult start on TikTok?
It is not sure who started the Spongebob Popsicle Cult on TikTok.
But for all the drama surrounding SpongeBob Popsicle, credit is due to a 4-year old boy from Brooklyn, Noah. He reportedly ordered 51 packages of SpongeBob Popsicles on Amazon without his family knowing.
Sources claim that Noah ordered $2,618 worth of popsicles. The news went viral and a friend started the GoFundMe page that amassed over $11,000.