The social media frenzy surrounding ‘Moye Moye’ shows no signs of fading. Recently, social media influencer Uorfi Javed and Dolly Singh joined forces, contributing their version to this viral trend.
AdvertisementUorfi’s Instagram post featured a video where she asks Dolly for water, prompting Dolly’s quip about hands, leading to their ‘Moye Moye’ dance finale.
Uorfi’s captioned the video “Dolly doesn’t get my moye moye”. It starts with Uorfi requesting water from Dolly, saying, “Please mujhe pani pila do [Please give me water].” Dolly’s response, “Tere hath nahi hain kya [Don’t you have hands]?” leads to the realization that Uorfi doesn’t have ‘hands.’ The video culminates with both of them performing the popular ‘Moye Moye’ dance.
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AdvertisementThe widespread appeal of this trend remains evident as Uorfi and Dolly’s collaboration adds another dimension to its ever-expanding presence. Another user summed up her experience of the trend like this: “I can’t believe the internet which was meant for great things is used for content like this. And thanks to the audience, the traction has made the reel pop up on my feed although I follow neither.” What is this ‘Moye Moye’ Trend? Frequently, social media sees the rise of various trends, captivating users with songs, movie meme creations, and more. One such trend that has seized the attention of netizens is ‘Moye Moye.’ The song, “Dzanum,” performed by Serbian singer d, features the phrase ‘Moye Moye,’ although it’s important to note that the actual lyrics are “Moye More.” Despite this distinction, the ‘Moye Moye’ snippet has sparked a viral sensation online. The original song, uploaded on YouTube a few months back, has amassed a staggering 58 million views, prompting users on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok to create their own renditions. According to Know Your Meme, the ‘Moye Moye’ sound gained popularity in Bangladeshi meme circles in October 2023. Originally released in March 2023, the song’s chorus translates to ‘My nightmares’ and is often used in dramatic or emotional memes.