With the Coronavirus lockdown across multiple nations forcing the people to stay indoors, social media has become the platform to give people ideas on how to kill time or utilise as the pandemic grips the world.
As social media is flooded with posts and videos of tips and tricks, a viral TikTok video imitating the Last Airbender content is breaking the internet.
The video shows how the four elements — air, water, earth and fire — "lived in harmony once upon a time and then everything changed!" with the attacked of the novel Coronavirus. With the voice of rapper Cardi B in the background shouting 'Coronavirus', it wiped out all the forces.
At a time like this, when there seemed no one to combat the COVID-19, there came the "avatar and master of all fours that could stop it" — the hand sanitiser, a boy dressed in a black robe.
"But when the world needed him the most he vanished", says a voice as the frame directly cuts into empty grocery stores.
The video continues with the voice saying, "100 years passed and then me and my brother discovered the new avatar" staying at home — an Airbender, who preaches washing hands and quarantine and chill. That's "Period".
Twitter user @lilnigga_Lexx, took to the micro-blogging to site to share the video and said, "This quarantine has really upped some of y'all's creativity."
This quarantine has really upped some of y'all's creativity pic.twitter.com/CqDO5bLSbC— *Stares in * (@lilnigga_Lexx) March 22, 2020
The video garnered nearly 10,000 retweets and 27,000 likes, with netizens hailing the video as a 'masterpiece'.
This is a masterpiece— Social Distancing (@Yeahreallyyy) March 22, 2020
The Renaissance came after the plague— P. Sherman DDS (@ALonelyGoldfish) March 22, 2020
Lol you can tell I'm old, bc I thought they were doing Captain Planet until I turned on the sound— Angela Tate (@a_ttate) March 23, 2020
@RarelyRong never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined this type of avatar the last airbender content, but here we are— who? (@mebutweirder) March 22, 2020
maybe this will help more ppl understand what they need to be doing— Black Kygo (@RarelyRong) March 23, 2020
Meanwhile, the total deaths across the world due to the novel coronavirus has crossed 15,000 while over 3,00,000 positive cases have been reported.
Europe on Sunday saw another spike in cases of deaths with Italy announcing a total of 651 deaths in one day, bringing its total to 5,476.