The Museo de Filipino Is The TikTok Trend Everyone Should Know About

Saturday, October 31, 2020


Have you ever asked yourself, “years from now would my future kids see my posts on social media?” Of course we may not know how long these social media applications will stand long. However, the bigger question is: would my future kids be proud of the things I posted in these platforms?

Recently, there has been an on going trend on Tiktok called #MuseoDeFilipino, a trend that allows the “tiktokers” to make a creative videos them portraying someone who experienced human rights violation, ultimately, caused their death. Some people being portrayed were the victims of extrajudicial killings like Kian Lloyd delos Santos and desparacidos in the 70s. This may seem like RP6FanFic but there are no puns here. 
 

Notable videos from #MuseoDeFilipino on Tiktok

@imafckingpotat0

##pov At a school field trip, you stumbled upon the relics of one of the National Heroes of the Philippines. ##MuseoDeFilipino ##fyp ##foryou ##povmakers

♬ Museo De Filipino - stevenfernandez

@jdburgos1

##pov At a school field trip, u stumbled upon the relics of one of the National Heroes of the Philippines. ##batangheneral ##povmakers ##Museodefilipino

♬ original sound - Jack Daniel 🎩
@imafckingpotat0

##pov At a school field trip, you stumbled upon the relics of one of the National Heroes of the Philippines ##MuseoDeFilipino ##fyp ##foryou ##povmakers

♬ original sound - stevenfernandez
Because the idea of this trend is to educate people about human rights violations and what not. The clamor for justice extends even in tiktok now, so when you asked yourself if would your posts will make your future kids proud?

The answer is, educate yourself, immerse yourself from socio-political issues, join the trend if you wish to, because remember, WE MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE WHEN WE SPEAK UP.    


Written by Isaiah Mikael Gasmen 

Art by Jeanin Rojo



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