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What Does Chupagetti Mean on TikTok?

If you’ve been on TikTok recently (as of Mar 31, 2022), you might have seen a surge of “Chupagetti” comments.

Here’s the comment that is all around TikTok, “here’s the recipe for ✨CHUPAGETTI✨”.

If you’re a new user, you might be wondering what does the comment mean.

Every so often, a new and popular trend is created on TikTok.

This time, the trend is about commenting “CHUPAGETTI” repeatedly on every video.

Literally, every video on the “For You” page has this comment.

In this article, you’ll learn what does Chupagetti mean on TikTok and where it originated from.

What does Chupagetti mean on TikTok?

Chupagetti is a combination of two words, “Chupa” and “Spaghetti”.

In Filipino, “Chupa” is a crude word that means “suck”, while “Getti” is just the second syllable of “Spaghetti”.

Unfortunately, many TikTok users who comment “CHUPAGETTI” have no idea what the phrase means.

Most users comment on the phrase for the sake of the trend.

As the pidgin-style saying goes, “monkey see, monkey do”.

Many users went to Twitter to complain about how annoying the trend is.

Fortunately, trends like this will eventually die down—it’s just a matter of time.

That said, even if it does, new trends will form in the future that might be even stupider than this one.

Where did Chupagetti come from?

Chupagetti originated from a joke made by Tyrone Tiaga, a Filipino YouTuber, TikToker, and comedian.

He combined the words “chupa” and “ghetti” together in a video back in 2021.

However, the second syllable of the word was later changed to “getti” due to a misspelling.

Currently, it’s not known who was the first person who posted the “here’s the recipe for ✨CHUPAGETTI✨” comment.

Nevertheless, it snowballed into a global trend and now everyone is commenting it.

Because “Chupa” is a Filipino word, the phrase is deceptively crude.

The “Chupagetti” trend is similar to the “leave @acrello alone” trend back in 2021.

But this time, the trend is cruder because it implies a s*xual act.

It took over TikTok in the same way as the “Chupagetti” comment.

The main difference is that the TikToker, @acrello gained direct attention from the comment itself because his username was in it.

The trend lasted for several weeks before it died down.

Chupagetti comments

Chupagetti TikTok
  • here’s the recipe for ✨CHUPAGETTI✨
  • ⚠️WARNING⚠️Fatherless children/social outcasts have been saying “crop” “chupagetti” “story time?” “Recipe for brownies” to communicate with each other
  • here’s the recipe for ✨ COBBLESTONE ✨ -Dirt -Limang Sand


“Recipe” comments have been around TikTok for a while now, but they haven’t been as popular until today.

About a week ago, the “brownie recipe” comment was trending on TikTok.

The comment is just a recipe for a brownie.

Anyway here’s the Recipe for Brownies:

1/2 cup butter
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup cocoa powder
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup flour

The comment is just another annoying copypasta (a popular block of text that has been copied and pasted).

Twitch, a live streaming service is also known for these copypastas.

Users who comment recipes like these on TikTok have too much time on their hands.

Otherwise, they just want to join in the crowd.

Either way, with these spammy and repetitive comments, the future of TikTok is looking bleak.

Further reading

What Does “Clear Cache” Mean on TikTok?

What Does #xyzbca Mean on TikTok?

How to See Who Viewed Your TikTok Profile


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