TikTok Teens Worried They’ll Have to Go Back the Acid Mines if Controversial App is Banned

TikTok Teens Worried They’ll Have to Go Back the Acid Mines if Controversial App is Banned
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For today’s teens, a career as a TikToc “influencer” is a dream come true. They live in expensive houses and show off luxury lifestyles to millions of viewers who love to watch their creative dance moves. However, this American dream may be coming to an end as the Federal government considers banning the app forcing many of its biggest stars to go back to work in the acid mines where they belong.

The cruel and inhuman environment of the acid mines, with 18-hour workdays and an extremely high mortality is no place for the milk and honey fed TikToc teens who are used to rolling out of bed at 11 and making a few viral dance videos. Unfortunately, that’s exactly where they may have to go if the Trump administration gets its way.

Many prominent influencers have publicly opposed the move saying, ‘Hey! What’s so bad about Chinese spying anyway? If the Chinese government can create TikToc, they can’t be that bad, can they?’ While the Chinese Government has generally agreed with these sentiments, they also expressed confusion as to what was so bad about the acid mines in the first place.

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