The different social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have been the easiest way for strangers to communicate with each other. And also, these social media platforms served as a place where the netizens can share whatever they want to, even if it is the weirdest challenge online.
It appears that China has been the country with the most bizarre things! They've started a lot of body challenges on social media that shocked the world and they're doing it again!
A new social media challenge that started in China has captured the attention of the netizens online. This social media craze includes topless women who would create heart shapes using both of their hands on their breasts!
The trending challenge on social media, of course, drew flak from the netizens.
The challenge aims to show the flexibility of the hands by doing a heart-shape depending on the size of their breasts! Their fingertips would then meet to cover up their nipples while the thumbs will meet at the bottom, supporting the heart-shaped breast.
Apparently, the heart-shaped breast challenge stated this week, for them to be able to attract more fans. Online users then claim that not everyone can complete the challenge because women with small breasts can't squeeze a perfect heart shape.
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This weird challenge has caused an outrage online, making the netizens furious of how women are poking fun of their bodies.
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Meanwhile, a lot of male netizens tried joining the craze to make fun of the women who tried the challenge. These male netizens are putting a fun spin on this by showing how middle-aged men tried squeezing their breasts.
It appears that more weirder challenges will soon come out! In fact, just before this heart-shaped breast challenge came out, a challenge called belly button challenge made waves online. A netizen has to try to touch her belly button from the other side of her body, using only one hand.
However, a lot of people believe that these trends sparked concerns on social media experts. They claim that the challenges are promoting a worrying concept of beauty.
Via: ManilaReaders, DailyMail