Hacker Explains How To Remove The Red Filter From TikTok’s ‘Silhouette Challenge’
The #SilhouetteChallenge is currently the most popular dance on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. Using lighting, filters, bathroom doorframes, and editing apps to appear backlit.
Lots of people have joined the trend, showing off every curve of their bodies. However, a new “hack” is being used to expose the women who participate in the challenge.
The challenge uses a remix of the Paul Anka classic “Put Your Head on My Shoulder” with Doja Cat’s “Streets” to go from goody-goody to naughty-naughty at the beat drop. Here’s an example:
— Ghana Koti Service👮🏼♂️🇬🇭🚔 (@KotiGhana) January 28, 2021
Initially, it’s quite safe because the woman’s body was covered by the red light effect so it was risqué, but not too much, because it’s just a silhouette.
Well not anymore, a group of hackers are downloading the Silhouette Challenge videos, and they are able to remove the “SILLOUETTE” with an app.
The hackers are exposing the woman’s body, and then reuploading the “exposed” videos online.
Y'all stop posting these silhouette challenges cause the weirdo men are ruining it.
Why are you SO pressed to see the unedited versions that you're converting it and posting it online?? These women didn't consent to that….
— This is an Airfryer Stan Account (@simsimmaaz) January 28, 2021
Watch the explanation video below: