Louis Theroux Hints He’s Exiting TikTok Viral Rap As A Single
Louis Theroux has hinted that he is releasing his viral TikTok rap, Jiggle Jiggle, as a single after Duke & Jones dropped a video of him in a recording studio.
Yesterday (May 12, 2022), the duo who turned Theroux’s 20-year-old rap into a TikTok trend posted a video on the app titled Jiggle jiggle, Out Tomorrow – hinting the song is set to drop today, Friday May 13.
The video has racked up millions of views as fans eagerly await the release of Theroux’s accidental debut song.
Not only that. but before the recording was even mentioned, the producers’ YouTube video had over 3.9 million views and the original viral clip had been viewed over 50 million times and earned over 6.8 million views. likes.
TikTok went crazy over the 51-year-old journalist’s rapping skills after he recently starred in an episode of the YouTube series Chicken shop date.
During the show, he was asked if he remembered a rap he did on an episode of The bizarre weekends of Louis Théroux, which aired on BBC Two in 2000 – in the episode he traveled to New Orleans hoping to become the “first middle-class white gangsta rapper”.
Of course, he remembered the lyrics – which is pretty impressive after 22 years – and people thought it was hilarious, which it was.
Since then, TikTok users Duke and Jones have tweaked the rap slightly, adding a beat, and now TikTokkers are dancing to it.
Louis then made his own TikTok debut and has since posted a duet, with Snoop Dog, of himself dancing to the song.
“What We Expected”
Fans are obviously thrilled that the rap is being released in its entirety, as one person even commented on the TikTok video: “What we’ve been waiting for!” More and more people took to Twitter to express their pure joy at the revelation:
Now all we can do is wait for the next king of rap to grace us with a live performance!
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