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Who is Neon Brown on TikTok?

If you’ve been on TikTok recently, you might have seen a “Neon Brown” comment.

Here’s an example of a comment, “Don’t search Neon Brown”.

These types of comments are known as “Don’t search x” or “Don’t search for x”.

These comments are meant to be reverse psychology to bait you into searching for the term on TikTok.

When you search for it, inappropriate, crude, or obscene materials will usually show up.

In this article, you’ll learn who is Neon Brown on TikTok, why Brooke Monk is involved, its meaning, and why you shouldn’t search for it.

Who is Neon Brown on TikTok?

Neon Brown on TikTok refers to the account @neon.brown1.

The account posts inappropriate deep fakes and AI-generated images of social media influencers.

The influencers include Brooke Monk, Jenna Ortega, Coco Lovelock, Staryuuki, and Hannah Owo.

The deep fakes and AI-generated images are included in the thumbnail of the account’s videos/slideshows.

Brooke Monk (@notbookemonk) responded to the account saying that the images are fake.

She also said that she’d appreciate it if her followers could report the account.

In another video, she included the caption, “How it feels being a girl on the internet in a generation with AI”.

TikTok user @beathizmeat posted a smiling bucktooth meme with the caption “Me after searching Neon Brown”.

The video got over 4 million views and more than 4,000 comments.

Another TikTok user @kirkiimad gave Neon Brown further publicity by posting a video with the caption “Me before searching Neon Brown”.

The video got over 900k views and more than 1,000 comments.

Many users in the comment section said “Don’t search for Neon Brown“.

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