#Meat20: Why People Gone Crazy For This Challenge and Posting Their Old Pictures on Social Media

#Meat20: Why People Gone Crazy For This Challenge and Posting Their Old Pictures on Social Media

The new social media challenge #Meat20 asks you to look back to your younger years – and it’s gained the eye of quite few famous faces also . This is everything you would like to know about the Me At 20 challenge, from where it began to how you’ll participate.

The challenge is just about what it seems like – you post a photograph of yourself on Twitter from when you were 20 years old.

Unlike other online trends, there’s no nomination process, so you don’t need to wait until one amongst your friends tags you.

Just post an image of your 20-year-old self on Twitter with the hashtag #MeAt20. The challenge is giving people time to reflect on questionable fashion decisions, bad hair and other mishaps from their younger years.

How did the trend start?

The trend appears to possess been sparked by Twitter user @202natt on Monday 13 April, when she tweeted: “Lmaooo what did y’all look like at 20?”

The tweet has gained over 2,000 likes since Monday 13 April, and it received over 1,000 replies, and because the trend travelled further and wider, people began posting their own pictures in response to the first tweet.

Now This trend goes viral on social media during which everyone is uploading photos taken at the age of 20 and uploading images with the hashtag ‘#MeAt20’. check out the Celebrity ‘#MeAt20’ challenge below.

Some Thinks You Should Be Cautious

According to Nighat Dad, founder of Digital Rights Foundation,“Consumers should be aware that whatever personal information they make public, that information will be available on the Internet forever.”

Osama Khilji, director of ‘Bolo Bhi’, a digital rights organization in Pakistan, commented on the trend, saying that “the business model of social media companies runs on the basis of selling our data.”

When consumers choose to share their personal information with the public on the Internet, all this information is sold to businesses that use unsolicited advertising to sell goods, especially based on that information. According to Osama, “The trend will benefit most companies and app developers, who use face recognition technology or facial recognition”.

Remember that in the past years there have been different apps whereby those who are interested in how they will look like in old age, they have to create a picture outline with the image of their own youth. Was given by

According to Osama Khilji, apps like this will ‘benefit greatly from access to these images.’ Both Nehgadad and Osama Khilji agreed that the country should be aware of the consequences of publishing personal information on social media pages.