TikTok: Is it Bussin Janelle? Trend explained and Janelle’s response!

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The keto queen of TikTok, Janelle Rohner, has started a new “bussin” trend, very different from the original one and we have to ask: Is it bussin Janelle?

Sarcastic TikTok might be the best part of the platform, and when those who are being mocked join the joke too, it just doesn’t get better. Janelle Rohner has started a new trend just by asking her fans a simple question, that has now been turned over at her.

Who is Janelle Rohner?

Janelle Rohner is a popular TikTok creator, known for sharing her keto/low carb lifestyle, the crunchy bite and saying: “let me show you how I made it.”

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Janelle is 33 years old, a happily married nurse and a mother of two little girls, living in San Diego, California.

She started sharing her keto lifestyle on TikTok in March 2020, and a year later she has 3 million followers on TikTok, 164k followers on Instagram, 27.7k subscribers on YouTube and a cookbook released.

If you’re on TikTok there’s no way you haven’t come across Janelle’s video at least once.

Is it bussin Janelle? TikTok trend explained

Janelle posted a video of herself on TikTok, doing a quick mukbang, and asked a question that became a trend!

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Remember the #bussininchallenge that was all over TikTok a month ago? Yes, the one that people transformed from looking sloppy to fully glammed.

Well, Janelle seems to have missed what exactly “bussin” means. She asked in a video “what does bussin mean?” genuinely asking for an explanation.

Her fans thought that the best way to make the keto queen understand the meaning of “bussin” was by stitching the videos where she enjoys her food and asking: “is it bussin Janelle?”

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Janelle responds to “is it bussin Janelle?”

@janellerohner

Snackin….and the answer to the most asked question… video inspo: @_ms_frost_ #keto #bussin #mukbang #foodtiktok

♬ Buss It – Erica Banks

Having finally understood that “bussin” is slang for “really good”, Janelle posted a video of her keto snack and sarcastically said “and to answer your question, yeah! It’s bussin!”

In the comments, people are loving the fact that she can take a joke and as Janelle commented herself: “if you can’t beat them, join them! 😂”