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Here’s the truth behind the “burgundy sauce” TikTok trend.
People on TikTok are warning against an offensive trend that involves saying burgundy sauce backward.
As you know, there are all sorts of weird and wonderful trends on TikTok. However, there’s also a darker side to the platform.
A case in point is the Blackout Challenge which went viral on TikTok earlier this year and dares participants to choke themselves until they lose consciousness.
Sadly, the trend recently resulted in the death of a 12-year-old boy.
What does burgundy sauce sound like backward?
According to Urban Dictionary, saying burgundy sauce backward basically sounds like a racial slur. To say it backward the video actually has to be reversed on Snapchat or a digital voice reverser app in order to work. The site says the trend was “made by some immature 9th graders”.
People have encouraged others to say the phrase in order to trick them into being racist. Others are also getting people to say “vinegar”, which also sounds like a racial slur when reversed.
So if you’re being told to make your own burgundy sauce video it’s probably best to not fall for it. Others are now warning others to not take part in the trend.
Remember, if you do see any burgundy sauce videos on your timeline, it’s best to report the video to TikTok.
TikTok: What Does ‘Burgundy Sauce’ Backwards Say?
TikTok users are now trying to ‘cancel’ the so-called ‘burgundy sauce backward’ challenge due to it being offensive.
Don’t know what it is? Read on.
What is the TikTok ‘burgundy sauce backward’ challenge?
This new challenge dares users to record themselves saying “burgundy sauce” and then use the tools in Snapchat to play it backward.
The challenge has seen nearly 27 million views on the platform, with most now using the hashtag #burgundysauce to warn people not to do it.
What Does ‘Burgundy Sauce’ Backwards Say?
When the phrase “burgundy sauce” is recorded and played back in reverse, an offensive racial slur – “saucy n****r* can be heard.
Lots of TikTok users are now creating a Stitch with @tyrone1mc, who says “whatever you do, do not say ‘burgundy sauce’ and reverse it.”
In the stitches, TikTok users say they’re curious about the challenge and they’re going to try it, but left shocked, they refuse to actually publish the recording backward. You can see an example of this from TikTok user @andrewiannazzo below.
After recording himself saying “burgundy sauce” he cuts to another clip of him looking shocked and disturbed by how it sounds once it’s reversed. He said “f**k that, it’s not going up” and he doesn’t share the backward recording.
The sentiment is shared by many other TikTok users, who show that they’re curious about what “burgundy sauce” backward says, but don’t actually publish the reversed version of their recordings, due to it being offensive.
Of course, how it sounds in reverse is down to the user’s accent and pronunciation of the phrase. Some TikTok users have reported that they’ve tried it and they don’t hear the offensive racial slur.
This TikTok user published a video of a robot voice reading out the phrase backward and it didn’t sound offensive at all.
The recording played backward in that video sounds like “equas id-ni-grab,” which of course doesn’t mean anything and just sounds like a cartoon alien speaking.
So there you have it. If you’re curious to hear what you sound like saying “burgundy sauce” backward, by all means, do it, but the advice is to keep it to yourself and definitely don’t post the backward recording on any social media.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Backwards burgundy sauce sounds like a racial slur, according to Urban Dictionary.
red wine reduced with onions, parsley, thyme, and butter
3. How do you reverse a video on Tiktok?
Tap the Effects icon at the bottom of your screen (it looks like a clock). Tap Time at the bottom of the list of effects. When you select Reverse, a preview of your new video with reversed audio and video will appear on your phone screen.
4. Why are Tiktoks mirrored?
The trend flips the front-camera using the app’s inverted filter, essentially showing how you actually appear to others rather than the reflected version that you’re used to seeing in the mirror.