Because the acronym FFR corresponds to the lyrics of a trendy song, it has gained popularity on TikTok.
TikTok is a social media network where well-known songs like “Teenage Dirtbag” and “Running Up That Hill” go viral and acronyms become hashtags.
The most recent abbreviation to catch everyone’s eye is “FFR,” which has been showing up very frequently on the short-form video app. What does it mean, though, exactly?
FFR definition on TikTok
When texting or making phone calls, people frequently use the acronym FFR to stand for “For Future References,” according to the Urban Dictionary. However, the message is entirely different on TikTok.
You might come across some videos with the FFR hashtag when scrolling through your FYP. Usually, the music from Nicki Minaj’s brand-new song, “Super Freaky Girl,” is included in those videos. Here are a few of the song’s lyrics.
The lyrics to the song read, “You can smack it, you can grab it, you can go down and kiss it / And every time he leaves me by myself, he always tells me he misses it / He wants a F (F) R (R) E—A—K (freaky girl).” In “FFR,” the second F replicates the first F.
The audio clip that is going viral is a remix of the well-known tune. While the hashtag for FFR has received over 58 million views to date, it has been utilized in over 2 million videos.
The music was produced by TikToker xxtristanxo, whose original remix of “Super Freaky Girl” has over 11.3 million views. Even Nicki Minaj expressed approval for the popular sound in a reply by adding a winking kiss face emoji.
Super Freak samples what song?
The song samples Rick James’ timeless 1981 record “Super Freak,” over which Minaj raps some explicit lines. It has the same retro-futuristic vibe as her 2014 hit single “Anaconda.” “Super Freaky Girl,” like many other songs nowadays, first gained popularity on TikTok.