Amberturd Tik Tok Trend

Gosh Amber Heard does not seem to catch a break, does she? a new video trend has swept across TikTok over the last several days.

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John C. Depp, II v. Amber Laura Heard defamation trial

The Tic Tok algorithm may very well start showing users trending topics like the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard defamation trial.

As of this writing, the TikTok tag #JusticeforJohnnyDepp has a whopping 10.1 billion views — more than the tags #AmberHeard (8.4 billion views) and #JusticeforAmberHeard (37.2 million views) combined.

The trend includes this video, which has more than 30 million views in five days, with a video of Heard emotionally testifying on the stand overlaid with a clip of Kim Kardashian in a judge’s robe.

The trend includes a video, which has more than 30 million views in five days.

One of the more popular trends on Tic Tok this may is “JusticeforJohnnyDepp” trending with the videos making billions of views.

A group of content creators on Tic Tok have used this popular trend to create videos or audio from Amber Heard’s wrenching testimony in the Johnny Depp trial, with the creators of the videos dramatically reenacting it, performing dances to it, or otherwise mocking her.

Why is Amberturd trending on Tic Tok?

Content creators on TikTok have created several videos about the John C. Depp, II v. Amber Laura Heard is an ongoing defamation trial, with the vast majority of content about the trial posted on TikTok appearing to be vehemently against Heard.

Why Amberturd is treading.

Overall, videos with the hashtag “amberturd” have been viewed more than 1.2 billion times to date, according to TikTok’s website.

In one video with the hashtag #Amberturd, the user reacted to the court proceedings.

“I was walking out of the bedroom, [he] slapped me across the face, and I turned to look at him,” the voiceover recounts in a TikTok that has been viewed 13.5 million times. “And I said, ‘Johnny, you hit me. You just hit me.’”

Policy On Video Posting.

According to TikTok, it has removed several such videos that use Heard’s testimony that the company says violated its anti-bullying policies and says it will continue to enforce those rules.

TikTok’s Community Guidelines state in part that it prohibits “Content that disparages victims of violent tragedies.” In addition, per TikTok’s policies, “We remove expressions of abuse, including threats or degrading statements intended to mock, humiliate, embarrass, intimidate or hurt an individual.”

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