What Is A ‘Minion Cult’ On TikTok? PFP and Meme Explained

If you are on TikTok, your for-you page might have flooded with the minion cult videos; those users are the fans of the American computer-animated comedy film Minions. 

Minion Cult is a group of people who share a common interest in Minions, the fictional yellow creatures that appear in Illumination’s Despicable Me franchise, while sharing the same PFPs. 

What Is A ‘Minion Cult’ On TikTok? 

Minion Cultis a new TikTok trend that has taken over the video-sharing platform that features its users to post videos with durations from 15 seconds to ten minutes.

As TikTok has become one of the best platforms for advertisements recently, people from different age groups, from children to middle and late adults, are engaged in the app; some use them for entertainment, some for knowledge, and some for time pass.

@ipullthebag #minion #minionssquad? #minionstheriseofgru #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp #fyp #tiktokcult #minioncult ♬ original sound – The Cartiologist

Furthermore, the minion cult trend has made multiple aware of the upcoming movie The Rise Of Gru, theatrically releasing on the 1st of July 2022 by Universal Pictures. The fans of Minions have given light to the trend while making people worldwide aware of the animated movie.

Minion Cult PFP and Meme Explained

The Minion cult is a recent trend where people have changed their profile pictures to photos of an anonymous person dressed up in a minion costume while holding up a glowing ball, representing the stolen moon.

So many users have followed the trend as minions are loved by many all around the globe. Numerous people have been sharing their love for Minions through the social media platform, and TikTok’s feed has flooded with videos with new members joining the cult every second.

Furthermore, the users who have changed their PFPS to the famous picture have changed their display name to Minion Cult so that every other minion’s fan could recognize and follow each other. And if you are unaware of what Minions are, they are a fictional yellow creature that appears in Illumination’s Despicable Me franchise. 

Minion Cult Trend Origin 

The new trend originated from the fans of the American computer-animated comedy film The Rise Of Gru, which will be available on NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service within four months of its theatrical release on the 1st of July.


Before this trend, Step Chicken’s Cult, Lana Cult, and Horchata Cult took over the social media, and now it’s the turn of the Minion cult, the minion’s fans to gather and share their love and support for the new film through the social networking site.

Moreover, the hashtag has accumulated 15.4 million views with millions of likes and shares, including some creative content, and it is likely to increase more soon. Additionally, it’s a safe trend as it has portrayed no negative messages that would affect underage viewers. 

How To Participate In Minion Cult Challenge?

If you are a minion fan looking forward to joining the cult, all you have o do is change your PFPs to that of the anonymous person wearing a minion costume and holding up a glowing ball.

Furthermore, you can also share a video of you sharing your answers if you are a member of minion ult and since when you joined the cult with creative ideas and its that simple.

@dahoodkumalala #answer to @Following too fast minion cult = only good cult. #fyp #foryou #minions #4u #w #fyp #xyzbca #viral #cult #blowup ♬ original sound – chris⭐️

Moreover, the trend has also given exposure to users struggling to gain new followers as the fans follow each other as they share their stories behind becoming minions fans. You can also increase the like counts might as well increase while posting videos related to minions.

So, if you want to become a part of the cult, go for it and share your video without a second thought, as you have to post nothing embarrassing and change your profile picture and name for a specific period.

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