TikTok users are called “stalkers” in the new trend of secretly taking photos of their lovers

Published: 2024-04-02T16:39:59 ❘ Updated: 2024-04-02T16:40:10

A new trend is going viral on TikTok, but it’s making some viewers uncomfortable because creators are being compared to “stalkers.”

Most trends on TikTok can be described as light-hearted, such as viral dances or filter trends. However, sometimes this trend takes a darker turn, which is the case with the current viral “Do you like me like I like you” trend.

The trend sees creators expressing themselves for the first time, often lip-syncing to the accompanying song, which says: “do you like me, like I like you?”

The video will then cut to a photo or video of another person that appears to have been taken without their knowledge.

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Viewers have expressed their concerns with the videos’ comment trends, with some even explaining that they felt “scared” after seeing themselves in one of the videos.

One user shared: “I just had this done to me by some random girl at school, one of me was on an air bike and one of me was at school and it disappeared from my face mine right in front of me, I don’t know how they did it.”

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Another wrote: “It’s so bad that real-life stalking has become a trend.”

“This will definitely be on Joe Goldberg’s fyp,” a third person commented.

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Although it is against the law to photograph or videotape someone in a public place without a legitimate claim to privacy. However, if someone repeatedly takes photos of you when you’re in public against your will, that could be considered harassment or stalking.

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