Britt is well-known on social media and has over 488k followers there. Britt used to create content that is centered on her life before she became well-known for the catchphrase.
A song including the vernacular and a new catchphrase by TikTok user @BrittBarbie3 has gone viral.
Britt may be heard saying “Period, ahhh!” after each item she reveals in her loot in the original TikTok video that was uploaded on August 20.
Evidently, people found it amusing because each of her videos with the sound has received millions of views and almost a quarter million likes.
Britt kept using the relevant slogan and dramatic delivery because her fans couldn’t get enough of it.
The words “periodt” or “period” are used to draw attention to a statement’s end. The phrase that ends in “t,” meanwhile, is a product of African American Vernacular English, or AAVE. There is a trend in AAVE where a word’s final ‘d’ can be pronounced as a ‘t,’ claims The List.
Her original version has been remixed by other TikTokers, and they’ve also compiled some of the best reaction videos to it.
She teased her fans with snippets before releasing “Period Ahh Period Uhh,” an official song under the moniker Britt Barbie, which was based on the video. The song is currently streamable on YouTube.
Who is Britt Barbie?
Britt is a social media celebrity with over 488k followers on Instagram. Britt used to make content about her life before becoming famous for the catchphrase.
For example, her usual shopping haul or lip sync videos. However, she rose to prominence after her video “Period Ahh Period Uhh” went viral.
She has even released the same version on YouTube in the hopes that more content for YouTube shorts will be created.
Why she is popular?
Britt Barbie (@Brittbarbie3) created a popular video called Period Ahh and shared it on TikTok. The video was initially released on September 11, 2022. In the video, Britt Barbie raps to a hip-hop beat while sporting eyelash extensions, false nails, a headband, and a yellow T-shirt. She can be heard repeatedly saying “Period ahh! Period uhh!” repeatedly, sounding like the slang word “period.”
Britt first gained popularity in February 2022 after posting a TikTok video on hair growth. In the video, she appeared astonished and admitted to not knowing that hair came from the scalp to her supporters. “Just discovered something, I never knew that your hair grows from up here,” she added, pointing to her scalp. I was unaware of that.