"The actions in this video are performed by professionals or supervised by professionals. Do not attempt."
The only, I think, success of the last few years for our World Surf League has been its wildly popular TikTok channel. The social media application, which allows the Chinese government to spy on pre-teens, has wildly grown its fanbase since its U.S. launch in 2016. Much dancing fun with a dash of murder.
@WSL, in any case, boasts 2.1 million followers and features Peter Mel, Strider Wasilewsksi, Paul Evans and other 50+ males participating in “TikTok trends” that appeal to young girls and those presenting as young girls.
@wsl Whilst we enjoy a lay day here in South Africa, let's get to know the #CoronaOpenJBay commentators 🎤 Next call: Tomorrow, July 16 | 7:45 am SAST. @AJ | Sports Host, Reporter ♬ original sound – World Surf League
The League, which loves to censor, erase, promote a false narrative, itself, building an extremely high Wall of Positive Noise and hush hushing handsy CEOs and bootylicious broken backs, has been slapped with some censoring of its own.
Every surfing clip being disappeared underneath a ominous banner reading “The actions in this video are performed by professionals or supervised by professionals. Do not attempt.”
To TikTok’s credit, it’s true.
Surfing should not be attempted.
Also, come on, Paul Evans. TikTok trends?