Bing Bong TikTok Lyrics English Translation And Trend Dance Videos

Everyone on the internet is saying the phrase “Bing Bong.” What do the Tiktok lyrics mean? Also, learn about the dance trend videos and why New Yorkers say the term.

Bing Bong is a Tiktok trend that originated from the comedic show called “SideTalkNYC.” The show consists of street-style interviews with random people in New York.

Trent Simonian is the host and producer of the show. He started the show with fellow producer Jack Byrne when they were 20 years old.

Their minute-long interview videos show the uniqueness and street culture of New York City.

The Bing Bong Tikok was made from their episode titled “Coney Island Ski Club – Sidetalk.” The video has more than a million views, and it is one of their most viewed interviews on YouTube. The Sidetalk YouTube channel has over 253,000 subscribers.

Bing Bong TikTok Lyrics And English Translation

The lyrics of the Bing Bong Tiktok are literal statements of the interviewees in the “Coney Island Ski Club” episode. All the interview lines are going viral on social media. Two men in the video say the phrase “Bing Bong.” The word seems to have created a trend on Tiktok.

The first person says, “F-word your life, Bing Bong,” while holding Pitbulls, while the second male says, “If you see these dogs in your front yard, Just know upstairs I’m going hard, Bing Bong.” The quotes from the other respondents are also made into a Tiktok.

Bing Bong TikTok Trend Dance Videos

The Bing Bong Tiktok has created quite a buzz on Tiktok. Users are making dance-like videos to it. The videos are precisely dancy, but the steps in all the videos almost have the same movements and gestures.

The video starts with Tiktoker’s flipping off to the camera. Then during the Bing Bong part of the Tiktok, they bounce in the air two times. As many times the phrase “Bing Bong” comes in, the Tiktok users jump that many times in different ways and directions. Here is what a Bing Bong Tiktok looks like.

Why Do New Yorkers Say The Term “Bing Bong”?

The “Coney Island Ski Club” was such a hilarious episode. Netizens have picked up on the word “Bing Bong” because of the video. The phrase pays respect to New York’s roots.

The basketball team Knicks slogan “Knickstape” is being replaced with the term “Bing Bong.” Bing Bong is derived from the closing of the subway doors. More specifically, the announcement “Stand away from the closing doors pleased; Bing-Bong.”