Tia Mowry became a hot topic this week after posting another one of her TikTok videos.
Mowry has been showing how much of a cool mom she can be after using some of her free time to hop on a few of the new TikTok trends. One of the latest has to do with the song “Twinnem” by rapper Coi Leray.
The new single is marked as one of the popular songs on TikTok, and about 2 million videos have been created using the song. Most people are following the trend, which involves two people doing dance moves, some related to the lyrics, some not. Mowry did her own demonstration of the trend.
At first, many were excited to see Mowry participate in the trend especially because they know she has a twin sister, Tamera Mowry, with whom she had a hit show called “Sister, Sister.” Mowry did the typical dance moves throughout the video but her twin sister never popped up next to her. In the caption, Mowry gave the opportunity for fans to duet the video and do the dance next to her.
She wrote, “Wanna be my #twin? ! Duet me! I might just share some of my favorites on my IG Story 😉 #twinnem #sistersister.” By TikTok’s definition, to duet is a feature on that app that will “allow you to build on another user’s video on TikTok by recording your own video alongside the original as it plays.”
Fans cracked up at the video and the caption, with many feeling the need to remind Mowry that she has a twin already. “Does Tamera know you’re holding twin replacement auditions on TikTok,” joked one person in the comments. “But you have an actual twin,” said another.
Some thought Tamera might have actually been in the video but that they just dressed alike to trick their fans. “I’m over here trying to figure out if her twin was actually in the video or not,” said a fan.
Plenty said they were waiting for Tamera to come in and surprise them. Somebody said, “Not me waiting for your sister to walk in the frame lmaooo.”
While Tamera did not participate, and probably won’t since she doesn’t have a TikTok, a few fans did take Tia up on her offer to duet the video.