BTS’s Jungkook Has The Most Popular Individual Hashtag On This Year’s Most Popular Site…And It’s Not Google
The popular video sharing platform, TikTok rose to exponential fame during the COVID-19 pandemic as millions of users took to the social media platform to create their own videos, as well as scroll through hours worth of short form videos on their “For You Pages.”
According to a report by Cloudflare (an IT security company), the short video sharing social media platform has surpassed Google as the most popular site of the year, surpassing other big names like YouTube, Amazon, and more.
TikTok has reportedly become the #1 most visited website on the internet, overtaking Google.
— chart data (@chartdata) December 25, 2021
This isn’t the first time Jungkook has broken a record, nor the last time he’ll ever do so either.
We can’t wait to see what other records he and BTS break in 2022!
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