A TikTok account called ‘blackfacehypehouse’ reportedly amassed over 1 million views on racist videos showing people in blackface… A TikTok account called ‘blackfacehypehouse’ reportedly amassed over 1 million views on racist videos showing people in blackface
A TikTok account called “@blackfacehypehouse” allegedly posted racist videos and at least one with Nazi paraphernalia, amassing over 1 million views, according to purported videos and screenshots shared online, before it was taken down.
The alleged account had over 1 million views — though it had 600 followers and 3,400 likes — across seven videos on its page, according to a purported screenshot posted to Instagram by the drama account DefNoodles on Monday.
Insider was unable to verify when the alleged account was created and whether it was removed by the company. Visiting the account’s page on TikTok yields a message that the platform could not “find this account.”
A Twitter user posted screen recordings of videos that were purported to be from the account on Sunday.
In one of the videos shared by DefNoodles that appeared to be from the account, a white person with their face darkened is shown lip-syncing to Roll Safe’s “Fire in the Booth.” The person juxtaposed an image of Black people standing in a field with a picture of Black people working in an office and lipsyncing, “Back in the day, me and you baby, we used to have fun.”
Another video shared by DefNoodles that was purported to be from the account showed a person in blackface lip-syncing to rapper Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa.”
“Ayo chief keef cosplay just dropped,” stated an on-screen caption.
The TikTok account’s bio contained a link to achannel, according to a screenshot shared by DefNoodles that was purported to be of the account, although the link is now expired.
Another video that appeared to be from the account that was posted by a Twitter user on Sunday featured a person depicted in blackface holding a black flag that featured the SS bolts logo of the Schutzstaffel, a military organization known for surveilling citizens under Adolf Hitler’s reign in Nazi Germany. The SS bolts are a common white supremacist and neo-Nazi symbol, according to the Anti-Defamation League, which lists the image as a hate symbol.
TikTok creators have posted videos responding to the account and urging viewers to report it. Videos using the hashtag “#blackfacehypehouse” had nearly 100,000 views in total on Wednesday morning.
Some TikTokers and Twitter users have also said they identified people featured in the TikTok page’s videos.
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