Kevin Durant joins TikTok and immediately goes viral

NBA superstar Kevin Durant eventually joined TikTok and became an instant meme with his first post, proving that the easy money sniper just doesn’t fail.

Celebrities, influencers and athletes around the world have discovered the short-form video platform that is propelling internet audiences from one viral moment to the next.

Now, TikTok has one of the best basketball players in the world, who released his inaugural post on July 22nd, which quickly went viral everywhere it was posted for the best of reasons.

The Brooklyn Nets star posted a largely silent TikTok that ended with a familiar line for anyone who’s ever tried to familiarize themselves with a new social media platform.

Kevin Durant barely got on TikTok and he’s already going viral.

The seven-second clip of the future NBA Hall of Famer has gone viral, from people bullying the player to the only six words in the video.

“Yo, how I work this shit,” he said. The video has already taken off on both TikTok and Twitter, and fans have been putting their personal touches on the handy soundbite.

From TikToks of people figuring out how to have their first real relationships, to more real cases of figuring out how someone takes a shower when you’re a guest.

Durant is one of the most well-known athletes on social media. The NBA phenom regularly interacts with people, from the casual basketball debate to interactions around more mundane matters.

KD is not a celebrity who is afraid of the internet trolls and regularly puts them in their place, making him one of the best followers across different platforms.

TikTok has consistently proven itself as the social site where videos can make an instant impression online, and it seems like Durant is already leaving his.

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Emma James

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