The “Devil Girl” sticker went viral on TikTok, then it completely disappeared.
TikTok added a “stickers” feature to their videos in 2020. It allows you to add animated photos or words and static pictures to your media. Now users are searching for a forbidden sticker known as “Devil Girl.”
You may have missed your chance to see it, though.
Why is everyone talking about the “Devil Girl” sticker on TikTok?
A bizarre video from the user @ppl_who_use_a_pillow went viral in January.
“I searched devil girl sticker on TikTok and I-” the user says in the clip.
The video has since received over 2.4 million views. Prompting many users to search the “Devil Girl” sticker.
So what exactly is the “Devil Girl” sticker?
There are numerous stickers available when you search “devil girl.” However, the one that caused such a strong reaction apparently featured a female devil character that was nude.
Some users were able to find the sticker, but others came up short.
“Wait, I’m confused. I searched it and got nothing,” someone wrote.
Why the sticker was removed by TikTok.
TikTok claimed the sticker violated its community guidelines and has since removed it
“Does not allow depictions, including digitally created or manipulated content, of nudity,” the guidelines state.
Many users were upset that people found nudity offensive.
“Since so many people were complaining about body parts they removed it,” one user commented.
“Chill it’s a body part we all have it,” another said.
“It’s a body part, calm down,” someone wrote.
Here’s how to use other TikTok stickers.
Using TikTok stickers is easy. Just make a video. Press the “pink tick” icon. Then, press the “stickers” button on the bottom of the screen.
Lastly, use the search field to find ones related to the topic of your choosing.
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