10. “Never Not” by Jungkook
Jungkook, also known as the “Golden Maknae” of BTS, is considered by many to be the most popular member of the group due to his exceptional talent in singing, dancing, rapping, and producing. He has a natural ability to pick up choreography quickly and his stage presence is unmatched. He can also sing perfectly in English without a hint of his Korean accent. Jungkook has captured the hearts of fans all over the world and continues to inspire them with his music and love for his fans. He has also been recognized for his good looks, ranking high in lists such as “100 Most Handsome Men” and “Sexiest Men In the World”.
In the tweet, Jungkook, shared a cover of “Never Not” by Lauv during May 2020. The tweet has received 1.4M Retweets, 276.2K Quotes and 3.1M Likes. BTS has a massive fan base worldwide, and their tweets often receive a lot of engagement from fans.
9. “😚” by Jungkook
Its Jungkook again this time for a different tweet.
On January 25 2021, he shared a selfie showing off his new blond hair. The tweet received over 1 million likes in just 58 minutes and was the second most-liked tweet of 2021, according to Twitter’s year-end review.
8. “hello literally everyone” by X
On a day when Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, all owned by Facebook, Inc., experienced a global outage, Twitter posted a tweet that became the third most-liked tweet of 2021, according to their year-end review. In July 2023, when Twitter rebranded to X, the author of the original tweet changed to the new rebranded account.
7. Elon Musk appealing his critics to remain on Twitter
Billionaire Elon Musk posted a tweet ahead of the Twitter board unanimously accepting his buyout deal of $44 billion. Musk had begun buying shares of the company in January 2022, becoming its largest shareholder by April with a 9.1 percent ownership stake. The deal was closed on October 27, 2022, with Musk immediately becoming Twitter’s new owner and CEO.
6. Greta Thunberg reply to Andrew Tate
After Andrew Tate was arrested in Romania, a rumor circulated that he was apprehended because of a video he posted mocking Thunberg, which showed a pizza box from a Romanian pizzeria, suggesting his presence in the country. However, this rumor was later debunked .
5. Obama’s response on Kobe Bryant’s death
Barack Obama posted a tweet in honor of American basketball player Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, who both tragically passed away in a helicopter crash. According to Twitter’s year-end review, this tweet was the second most-liked tweet of 2020.
4. Joe Biden Tweet Before Inauguration
On the day of his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States, President-elect Joe Biden shared a tweet.
4. Greta Thunberg response to Andrew Tate
Greta Thunberg, a Swedish environmental activist, posted a tweet in response to British-American internet personality Andrew Tate, who had taunted her by tweeting about the emissions of his car collection.
3. Obama’s Tweet After Charlottesville
In response to the 2017 Charlottesville attack, former US President Barack Obama posted a series of three tweets, the first of which quoted a passage from Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom. The tweet included a picture taken in 2011 by former White House photographer Pete Souza, showing Obama visiting a day care center in Bethesda, Maryland. Just four days after being posted, Twitter announced that the tweet had become the most-liked tweet ever on the platform, with over 3.3 million likes at the time. It surpassed the previous record holder, Ariana Grande’s Manchester tweet, on August 15, 2017, when it reached 2.7 million likes three days after being posted.
2. Elon Musk’s joke about putting the cocaine back in Coca-Cola
After acquiring Twitter for $44 billion a few days earlier, Elon Musk posted a tweet in which he humorously stated that he would also buy Coca-Cola to bring back the cocaine. The original recipe for the drink included coca leaf extract, which is where the drug comes from.
This tweet is a joke, referring to the drink’s original recipe when it was launched in 1886 as a tonic for various ailments
1. Tweet Confirming Chadwick Boseman’s Death
The most-liked tweet in the world, as of today, has over 7 million likes and was tweeted from the account of American actor Chadwick Boseman, announcing his death from cancer. It became the most-liked tweet in the history of Twitter within 24 hours of its being posted, and was the most-liked tweet of 2020. The emotional impact of Boseman’s passing and the outpouring of love and support from fans all over the world contributed to the tweet’s popularity.