Social Media is open for everyone to showcase their talents. Many people share their real talent by working hard and posting worthy content, and they still struggle for fame. But some hidden gems share a post today and it goes viral the very next day. That’s what we call ‘Luck’.
Recently, I’m An Island Boy is trending on social media. The creators named Flyysoulja and Kodiyakredd posted it on social media on October 12, and then it went viral with more than 8 million views in TikTok. On October 13, a tweet of the viral TikTok, with the caption “Florida ain’t a real place,” went viral, bringing more attention to the heavily tattooed twins.
The song was stuck in their heads, people struggled between mocking the song and wondering why they couldn’t stop singing it. “Island Boy” became a meme. People mocking the song say that the boys represent stereotypical Florida people and that the language in the song is disturbing. Well, the song is the highlight of the video, but the singers cannot be overlooked.
Thanks to its strangely appealing tune, you’ll either find yourself singing ‘I’m an Island Boy’ or you’ll have the song stuck in your head even after you’ve finished watching it. The Music Video of I’m an Island Boy has clocked more than 2.3 million views on YouTube and counting. The Kiffness even made a remix for the song which peaked 2 million views, you can watch it in the end of this article.
Iron Sheik recently tweeted about the Island Boys. His tweet was captioned as “Swear to the Jesus if I see these Jabroni Island Boys I beat the f*ck out of both them.” The word jabroni, or jobber, is used in pro wrestling to signify someone who is paid to lose on purpose. It was made famous by the Rock. The word jabroni can also mean foolish now.
While some people are creating TikTok videos using their song and some are making a meme out of it. What lead The Wrestler to tweet something like this? Maybe he’s among one of us who is struggling to get the tune out of his head.
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