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TikTok users have slammed a "fat-shaming" filter that "predicts" peoples' most-used apps, with claims that bigger TikTokers are being shown food apps.
While it's unclear whether the app 'My Screen Time' relies on personal data, many users have been testing it out for themselves and coming to their own conclusions.
In one viral clip by @lgbtavenger, the generator reveals over 26 hours worth of Netflix, over 10 hours on Uber Eats and two hours on Lime scooters – which she branded "fatphobic".
A second user (@oliveandfern) intentionally tested the app with and without a double chin to see whether it triggered the filter. The results revealed Netflix, Facetime and Photos, but the second time around showed 26 hours of Uber Eats.
The comments were flooded with people who experienced the same thing.
"When I did my double chin, I got McDonald’s, Uber eats, and discord," one said, while another reiterated: "I GOT MCDONALDS WHEN I DID A DOUBLE CHIN."