Man Adds 25 Friends to a Survivor Group Chat and One Person Got Voted Off Each Week


In a surprising turn of events, a podcaster recently shared an intriguing story about a friend who organized a Survivor-style group chat where participants would vote off one person each week. The game’s chaotic nature quickly unfolded, causing a rift among friendships. The TikTok account ButterTokk revealed the captivating details of this unique social experiment.

The Game

According to the podcaster, his friend initiated the game by inviting 25 individuals to a WhatsApp group, introducing it as Survivor. Each week, participants would cast their votes, leading to the elimination of one person. The game spanned three months and proved to be both intense and hilarious. Participants formed alliances, and they also found the show’s hidden immunity idol, with the game organizer cleverly advertising the idol through his WhatsApp status to avoid suspicion. Curiosity was piqued, and the podcaster’s co-host inquired if he had been the first to message the organizer for the idol. The response revealed an unexpected twist: another participant messaged the organizer, earning the coveted immunity idol and surviving the vote. This turn of events in the Survivor group sparked a frenzy of communication among participants, strategizing and plotting against one another throughout the day.

The Result

The Result

While the podcaster admitted coming close to victory, a backstabbing betrayal ultimately shattered his chances, leaving him out. The Survivor game had taken an unexpectedly dark turn, revealing the depths to which participants were willing to go for success. Despite the rollercoaster of emotions, the podcaster shared that the experience was immensely enjoyable and captivating. Although the game organizer refused to restart the game, the group members were undoubtedly enthralled by the strategic aspects and unexpected twists that unfolded. The video sparked a frenzy of comments, with some imagining the frustration of being the first voted off and wondering if the losers made a second group to talk about the ongoing game, while others humorously connected the chaos to the crazy TV show.