TikTok star Tinx is bringing her sense of humor, restaurant recommendations, and life advice to podcasts with ‘It’s Me, Tinx’

Society & Culture February 23, 2022
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If you don’t know TikTok‘s Tinx, well, there’s no time quite like the present to learn who she is. Known lovingly as TikTok’s big sister, Tinx has 1.5 million followers who go to her for her unique dating advice and theories, her life hacks to becoming a “Rich Mom,” her suggestions on the best restaurants in Los Angeles (she has dishes named after her across LA restaurants), and much more. Relatable, genuine, and brilliantly capitalizing on being an adult on TikTok, Tinx has created what’s essentially a much-awaited long-form version of her TikTok page with “It’s Me, Tinx.”

She doesn’t want her podcast to feel like homework, she says, so she’s keeping her episodes short. For just 20 minutes on Mondays and Fridays (the perfect amount of time to get ready for a date or go on a rich mom walk), she’s talking about her weekend (namely what restaurants she went to), diving into her many dating theories, and just vibing, as she says.

In the wave of TikTokers and social media influencers creating podcasts, we are so excited that Tinx has also grabbed her surfboard. Firstly, Tinx says in her pilot episode that she hopes to add incremental value to the podcasting space, noting the millions of podcasts that have come before. She is thrilled to have more interaction from her fans through this platform, wanting to have more than just 60 seconds or so to talk about people’s dating struggles, their thoughts on shows like Euphoria, and more.

On top of all of that, fans will be excited to hear that interacting with her will be easier than ever with her upcoming Wednesday morning radio show of the same title. She says that sometime in March, she will be launching a live radio version of the podcast on SiriusXM where listeners can actually call in to ask about whatever they want.

As for the show right now, we are so thrilled to hear her go deeper into what she has established on her TikTok: elaborating even more on Box Theory, her Venture Capitalists v. Brokers dating styles theory, maybe even getting Gwyneth Paltrow to join her again for more Rich Mom segments. Also in her first episode, she gives us a rundown of what we can expect from “It’s Me, Tinx,” a recap of her weekend which obviously included a trip to Nobu (as one does in Los Angeles), and a conversation on the loneliness that often accompanies working hard.

Tinx has found a way to stand out from the crowd through her unyielding authenticity. On an app that relies on eye-catching videos with an emphasis on relatability, she has thrived. Despite her massive success, she has never shied away from telling her (sometimes rough) dating history nor doling out advice as she tries to navigate the Los Angeles dating scene. Her advice is not just centered on dating, though. She talks about work-life balance, her Hashimoto’s disease, handling anxiety, the benefits of botox, and much more. While TikTok has been thriving with its Gen Z audience, Tinx is no doubt capitalizing on the population of young Millennials and older Gen Z-ers on the platform.

Her musings on the loneliness of hard work is a clear portrayal of what we can expect from her podcast. She hammers home the power of resisting comparison with other people and instead staying true to your own path no matter what it looks like. And we are so excited to see where this new path takes her. Be sure to stay on the lookout for new episodes of “It’s Me, Tinx” every Monday and Friday.

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