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Wow! What a year!

It’s been intense, we know. Many things have happened. This was another year of surprises for everyone, but let’s focus on some positive stuff. We don’t want to end another year splashed in black.
Today, we are going to focus on good and fun stuff that happened on Twitter in 2021. What do you think, what were the most tweeted and retweeted posts this year?

#OnlyOnTwitter

Twitter shared with the world some insights on what was tweeted about this year and we believe it’s worth sharing it with you today. They made sure to capture the highlights of 2021 in a very interesting way so let’s discuss it.

Top Liked Tweets of 2021

  • Joe Biden – ” It’s a new day in America” following the inauguration as the 46th president of the United States
  • BTS – kiss emoji – liked 3.2M times
  • Twitter – “hello literally everyone” following the cumulative crash of Meta platforms
  • Barack Obama – “Congratulations to my friend, President @JoeBiden! This is your time
  • Vice President Kamala Harris – “Ready to serve”

The Most Retweeted Tweets

  • BTS – #StopAsianHate #StopAAPIHate
  • Manchester United – Welcome @Cristiano #MUFC #Ronaldo
  • Billboard Charts – The #Hot100 top 10 (chart dated Aug.7, 2021)
  • Twitter – Hello literally everyone
  • Recor Academy/ GRAMMY’s – “Watch BTS bring the fire and set the night…”

In 2021, it’s also important to mention some of the biggest highlights in tv and movie industry.

The most discussed TV shows around the world

  1. Big Brother Brasil
  2. Jujutsu Kaisen
  3. Squid Game
  4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
  5. Wandavision
  6. A Fazenda 13
  7. Tokyo Revengers
  8.  In the Soop
  9. Sen Cal Kapimi
  10.  Pui Pui Molcar

The Most discussed movies around the world

  1. Zack Snyder’s Justice League
  2. Spider-Man: No Way Home
  3. Eternals
  4. Black Panther
  5. The Black Widow
  6. The Suicide Squad (2021)
  7. Dune
  8. Godzilla vs. Kong
  9. Shrek
  10. The Batman

Even though it was a year of “a lot is happening in the world” and conversations about Covid 19 variants and vaccines, Twitter also listed a number of fans sharing their passion and pride towards sporting teams.
Together with that, they highlighted the emojis of the year, making the CRYING emoji the number one used emoji in 2021. Check out the rest in this interactive video they posted.


Even though we might have cried more than we laughed this year, let’s hope 2022 brings much more joy and happiness to us all!

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