The internet is full of Gen Z slang and it is sometimes difficult to keep up with the new dialect on the web.

Moots have been a trending word on TikTok, and only the trendy app users seem to know what that five-letter word means.

What are moots on TikTok?

Moots is short for “mutuals,” meaning people you follow and who follow you back on any social media platforms.

According to Merriam-Webster, mutuals refer to “directed by each toward the other or the others.”

Social media is the new method to meet new friends and acquaintances, thus you refer to those new friends as “moots.”

TikTok’s #moots hashtag is now soaring with more than a 12.7billion views.

Many TikTok users utilize the hashtag to find more mutual friends and gather harmonious relationships.

Who is the most followed creator on TikTok?

With TikTok’s incredible growth over the past couple of years, TikTok content creators have risen to immense fame.

Here are some of the most followed creators on TikTok.

Charli D’Amelio has the most followers on TikTok at just 18 years of age.

With her dancing videos, she has gained an incredible fandom.

Khaby Lane is known for his reaction videos and surpassed Addison Rae in followers with his funny and relatable reactions.

Many TikTok users utilize the hashtag to find more mutual friends and gain relationships.

Bella Poarch quickly gained followers with her zoomed-in lip-syncing videos and even released her own song after rising to fame.

Addison has starred in Netflix films and is also an acquaintance of the Kardashians.

The 21-year-old TikTok star is known for her dance choreography content.

5. Will Smith: 72.3 million

It is no surprise that Will Smith has millions of followers on TikTok, with his funny videos and relatable celebrity content.

6. Zach King: 68.7 million

Zach King is famous for his illusion videos that make his content extremely interesting. He is best known for his Harry Potter broom flying illusion video.

This story originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced here with permission.

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