Bengaluru woman uses viral trend 'man in finance' to find apartment in hilarious video

Moving to a new city can often feel like a quest through a maze, especially when it comes to finding the perfect place to call home. Finding the ideal place to stay can be a daunting task that involves endless online searches, viewings of different properties, and sometimes even disappointments along the way. But for one Bengaluru resident, this journey took an unexpected and delightful turn thanks to a viral TikTok trend.

In a stroke of creative genius, Neha decided to harness the power of social media for her apartment search. She was inspired by creator Megan Boni's catchy, viral song “Man In Finance.” She adapted the song's lyrics with her own apartment references – furnished, two bedrooms, and a balcony. In the song's original lyrics, Megan Boni lists what she's looking for in a partner, such as “a trust fund, 6'5″, blue eyes, Levis.”

The caption for the video read: “Desperate times call for desperate measures. So here's my take on this trend.”

Watch the viral video here:

Neha's creative interpretation of the song's original lyrics created quite a stir on social media. The video has been viewed over 100,000 times and received a plethora of reactions in the comments section.


One user jokingly commented, “This is harder than finding 'finance, trust fund, 6'5″, blue eyes.”

Another commenter added a witty note: “Bengaluru is like a galaxy. You have to specify which part of the galaxy you are looking at, the prices fluctuate accordingly.”

“Let’s look together! Otherwise I’ll have to make one myself by next weekend,” someone said.

A clever variation of the lyrics has since surfaced with the comment: “Harder to find than a man in finance.”

One user jokingly wrote, “Ghar dhundne ka tareeka kaafi casual hai (Home is found in a casual way).”

And someone asked humorously: “Aisa karne se flat milta hain kya? (Will this help in finding an apartment?)”

Megan Boni, also known as Girl On Couch on Tik Tok, wrote a satirical song called “I'm Looking For A Man In Finance” that unexpectedly went viral.

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  • Originally, the song was just a TikTok video, but it quickly became a viral trend, with users around the world putting their own unique spin on the catchy tune. According to BNN Bloomberg, Boni revealed that the song was intended as a parody that made fun of the idea of ​​the perfect partner.

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    first published: June 15, 2024, 17:05 IST