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In the last few days, the hashtag ‘BBB21’ has been the most cited in the world and, in general, there have already been over 35 million tweets on the subject

Playback / GloboTiago Leifert is the host of ‘BBB 21’

Hey, brothers! In just over a week on the air, “BBB 21”Is already one of the most talked about subjects in Brazil. On Twitter, a social network that can measure the frequency that users talk about a certain topic, Globo’s reality show has already surpassed issues such as Covid-19, politics and K-Pop. As announced by the platform, before the premiere, between January 18th and 24th, the five most talked about subjects in Brazil were: music, Covid, politics, sports and K-Pop. During this period, the “BBB” appeared in seventh place, and speculation of who would be in the Camarote group was constant.

The premiere took place on January 25 and, in just six days on the air, the program has already shot to the first place of the most commented themes of the social network. In addition, the hashtag “BBB21” was the most cited in the world. Also mentioned on Twitter was the singer Fiuk, who is participating in the reality show. It is worth mentioning that to avoid the singer’s engagement, Karol Conká, who is being criticized on social media for her attitudes towards reality, received the nickname Jaque Patombá and is being cited by many followers in this way so that her name is not highlighted. In those first days of “BBB” alone, there were already more than 35 million tweets, and in the last edition, which broke records on Twitter, the first days had just over 4.2 million tweets.

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