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The Jonas Brothers are jumping on the latest TikTok trend and they’ve enlisted the president of the United States!

TikTokers raised over $35,000 to help a man who went viral for asking President ‘Joe Byron’ to take him out to dinner

White House TikTok video: The Jonas Brothers enlisted the Biden

Twitter users cringe at Biden’s cameo in Jonas Brothers’ White House TikTok video to promote boosters

The Jonas Brothers Bring the Joe Biden TikTok Trend to the White House

The Jonas Brothers are jumping on the latest TikTok trend and they’ve enlisted the president of the United States!

the Viral “Joe Byron” TikTok Video

Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas hilariously made their way to the White House to film a rendition of the viral “Joe Byron” TikTok video.

With audio from Sidetalk’s Coney Island Ski Club and Coney Island’s Finest YouTube video, the brothers are seen all around the historic location before showing the epic President Joe Biden cameo.

“Bing Bong! Are you vaccinated? Yes sir. Ey yo!” the brothers exclaim, before Nick asks. “Who’s the president, man, who’s the president?”

That’s when Joe and Kevin reply, “Byron! Byron!”

“What do you want to tell Joe Byron right now?” Joe says as Kevin and Nick wrap it up by saying, “What’s up, baby…take me out to dinner.”

The video wraps with Kevin asking if they got it, to which Biden, seen holding the camera, replied, “We got it.”

Biden also replied to the Jonas Brothers, writing, “It’s pronounced Biden, guys – thanks for stopping by!”

It’s unclear when the video was filmed or what the trio was doing at the White House. While they are promoting their Remember This Tour shows in Mexico this week, they announced that they would be dropping out of iHeartRadio’s Power 96.1 JingleBall in Atlanta after one of their crew members tested positive for COVID-19.

The Joe Bros, meanwhile, have been having a great time on TikTok, recreating some of their old viral videos, dressing up like their Camp Rock characters and more.

Joe Biden, 79, acted as the trio’s cameraman and insisted they ‘got’ the shot.

Despite the lip-synced audio mispronouncing Biden’s last name as ‘Byron,’ the president was a good sport

Twitter users cringe at Biden’s cameo in Jonas Brothers’ White House TikTok video to promote boosters

The Jonas brothers’ TikTok collaboration with President Joe Biden is falling flat.

Their ’embarrassing’ vaccine promotion video, which promotes getting the COVID-19 booster, had Twitter users insisting that ‘nobody’s laughing.’

Biden, 79, acts as a cameraman in his new gig with the superstar brothers, lip-syncing to a viral Sidetalk video – an Instagram show where the hosts interview New Yorkers – where Biden’s last name is incorrectly pronounced ‘Byron’ and the Jonas brothers ask what ‘dinner plans’ the president has.
This isn’t the first time the president has used the Gen-Z social media platform to push liberal policies and to encourage vaccinations.

Earlier in the day, he posted a video with acapella group Pentatonix, which received negative comments.

He’s also collaborated with Benito Skinner – a TikTok comedian who often makes fun of Gen-Z by posing as an ‘intern’ – and even brought Gen-Z singer Olivia Rodrigo to the White House earlier this year.

In his latest video, the Jonas Brothers – made up of brothers Joe, 32; Nick, 29, and Kevin, 34 – opened up the video asking each other if they were ‘vaccinated,’ which all three brothers confirmed, before asking:

‘Who’s the president, man, who’s the president,’ Nick lip-syncs.

Joe and Kevin pop up behind his shoulders, confidently saying: ‘Byron… Byron.’

As the video continues, the boy band sits on a couch in festive suits and asked what they’d like to tell Biden.

Kevin, lip-syncing, replies: ‘What up, baby?’

Meanwhile, Nick says: ‘Take me out to dinner.’

Afterward, the group drops the act, with Kevin asking: ‘Did we get it?’

The camera pans behind and shows none other than the president himself holding a black-cased iPhone in front of his face, acting as their faithful cameraman.

He lowers the camera and says: ‘We got it.’

White House Video Director Jonathan Herbert proudly posted the video to his own Twitter page, writing: ‘The video team did a little thing this week with the @jonasbrothers. Get Boosted!!!’

Despite the playful moment, fans were critical of the ’embarrassing’ moment.

 

TikTokers help “Joe Byron guy” after viral videos reveal homelessness

TikTokers raised over $35,000 to help a man who went viral for asking President ‘Joe Byron’ to take him out to dinner

  • Over $35,000 have been raised for a man who features in the viral “bing bong” TikTok sound.
  • The man became popular for appearing to mistake Joe Biden for “Joe Byron,” among other catchphrases.
  • The money was raised via a GoFundMe page after he said he was homeless in a TikToker’s video.

The man who yelled “Joe Byron” in the viral Coney Island “Bing Bong” videos on TikTok has received help from fans after videos revealed he was homeless.

TikTok has been the home of many viral trends and sounds throughout the years, whether it be a special dance or a new song.

One of the latest viral trends involves a group of guys around Coney Island that go buy the name Sidetalknyc, whose voices have been heard around the world thanks to the short-form video app. The group has coined the phrases “bing bong,” “Joe Byron,” and “F**k your life.”

Shortly after their video went viral, fans uncovered that the “Joe Byron guy” was homeless, and they scrambled to figure out ways to help the man. One TikToker, zoeanneliece, found the man who goes by TJ and has orchestrated the efforts to help.

TikTokers help Joe Byron guy after finding out he was homeless
Since the SideTalk videos have gone viral, fans of TJ have orchestrated efforts to help him get off the streets. TikToker ZoeAnnEliece created a GoFundMe for the man and helped him get into rehab so he could help his addiction to alcohol.

@sidetalknyc

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♬ BYRON – Sidetalk
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♬ original sound – Cookie

The clip includes catchphrases by several people including rapper and host Nems and various interviewees saying “bing bong!” to mimic the sound of subway doors opening, which led to the audio being known as the “bing bong” trend. But one man featured in the clip has gone viral in his own right.

 

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