List of most-liked tweets

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The most-liked tweet was posted by the account of American actor Chadwick Boseman, announcing his death in 2020.
Members of South Korean band BTS have posted 17 of the 30 most-liked tweets.

This list contains the top 30 posts/tweets with the most likes on the social networking platform X, formerly known as Twitter. X does not provide a full official list, but news and mainstream media often cover the topic.[1][2][3][4] As of February 2024, the most-liked tweet has over 6 million likes and was posted by the account of American actor Chadwick Boseman, announcing his death from cancer.[5] Five accounts have more than one of the most-liked posts in the top 30: South Korean band BTS has 17, while former U.S. president Barack Obama, current U.S. president Joe Biden, business magnate Elon Musk, and environmental activist Greta Thunberg each have two.

Top 30[edit]

The following table lists the top 30 most-liked posts/tweets on X, the account that posted it, the total number of likes rounded down to the nearest hundred thousand, and the date it was originally posted. Posts that have an identical number of likes are listed in date order with the most recent post ranked highest. The notes provide the details surrounding the post.

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Rank Tweet Posted by Likes
(millions)
Date posted Context
1 [It is with immeasurable grief that we confirm the passing of Chadwick Boseman. Chadwick was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016, and battled with it these last 4 years as it progressed to stage IV... ][6] Family of Chadwick Boseman
@chadwickboseman
6.8 August 28, 2020 Tweet announcing the death of American actor Chadwick Boseman. Boseman died after complications with colon cancer, which he had been diagnosed with four years prior; the diagnosis was only made public after his death.[7] 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.[8]
2 Next I'm buying Coca-Cola to put the cocaine back in[9] Elon Musk
@elonmusk
4.5 April 27, 2022 Following his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter a few days prior to the date of this tweet, Elon Musk jokingly announced that he would also purchase Coca-Cola in order to restore the cocaine;[10] the drink's original recipe contained coca leaf extract, from which the drug is derived.[11]
3 "No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion..."[12] Barack Obama
@BarackObama
3.8 August 12, 2017 This tweet was the first of three, by former U.S. president Barack Obama, quoting a passage from Nelson Mandela's autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, in response to the 2017 Charlottesville attack.[13] The accompanying picture, taken in 2011 by former White House photographer Pete Souza, shows Obama visiting a day care center in Bethesda, Maryland.[13] Four days later, Twitter publicly confirmed that it had become the most-liked tweet on the platform ever, with over 3.3 million likes at the time of announcement.[13] The tweet surpassed previous record holder Ariana Grande's Manchester tweet on August 15, 2017, when it reached 2.7 million likes three days after being posted.[14]
4 yes, please do enlighten me. email me at smalldickenergy@getalife.com[15] Greta Thunberg
@GretaThunberg
3.7 December 28, 2022 Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg tweeted this in response to British-American internet personality Andrew Tate, who posted a tweet taunting her with the emissions of his car collection.[16]
5 It's a new day in America.[17] Joe Biden
@JoeBiden
3.7 January 20, 2021 President-elect Joe Biden posted this tweet on the day of his inauguration as the 46th president of the United States.[18] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the most-liked tweet of 2021.[19]
6 Kobe was a legend on the court and just getting started in what would have been just as meaningful a second act. To lose Gianna is even more heartbreaking to us as parents. Michelle and I send love and prayers to Vanessa and the entire Bryant family on an unthinkable day.[20] Barack Obama
@BarackObama
3.5 January 26, 2020 Barack Obama wrote this tweet in tribute to American basketball player Kobe Bryant after news of his and his daughter Gianna's deaths in a helicopter crash surfaced.[21] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the second most-liked tweet of 2020.[22]
7 this is what happens when you don't recycle your pizza boxes[23] Greta Thunberg
@GretaThunberg
3.4 December 30, 2022 Following Andrew Tate's arrest in Romania, there was a debunked[24] rumor that the authorities arrested Tate because a video he posted taunting Thunberg included a pizza box from a Romanian pizzeria, indicating he was in the country.[25][26]
8 Congratulations to the Astronauts that left Earth today. Good choice[27] Andy Milonakis
@andymilonakis
3.4 May 30, 2020 American comedian Andy Milonakis posted this tweet in response to the launch of Crew Dragon Demo-2 by SpaceX on May 30, 2020, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and George Floyd protests.[28] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the third most-liked tweet of 2020.[22]
9 hello literally everyone[29] Twitter
@Twitter
3.1 October 4, 2021 Twitter tweeted this on a day when Facebook, Inc.-owned social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, suffered a major, worldwide outage.[30] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the third most-liked tweet of 2021.[19] After Twitter rebranded into X in July 2023, the original Tweet author changed to the new, rebranded account.[31]
10 😙[32] Jungkook
@BTS_twt
3.1 January 24, 2021 BTS member Jungkook posted a selfie featuring his newly dyed blond hair.[33] The tweet surpassed 1 million likes in 58 minutes.[34] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the second most-liked tweet of 2021.[19]
11 I hope that even my worst critics remain on Twitter, because that is what free speech means[35] Elon Musk
@elonmusk
3.0 April 25, 2022 Billionaire Elon Musk posted this tweet ahead of Twitter board unanimously accepting his buyout deal.[36]
12 Hi Army😊[37] V
@BTS_twt
3.0 August 16, 2020 BTS member V posted a pair of selfies from behind-the-scenes of a photoshoot.[38] In December 2020, Twitter revealed that his tweet was both the most-liked K-pop related tweet and the most-liked BTS tweet of the year with 3.2 million likes.[39]
13 Never Not 💜[40] Jungkook
@BTS_twt
3.0 May 3, 2020 Video clip of BTS member Jungkook singing "Never Not" by American singer Lauv.[41] The tweet accumulated 1 million likes within two hours; it was additionally the fastest in 2020 to reach 1 million views.[42]
14 💘 @Harry_Styles 💝[43] J-Hope
@BTS_twt
2.9 November 20, 2021 Shows video of BTS members singing along to a song during a Harry Styles concert held in Los Angeles on the same day as the tweet.[44]
15 아미 보고 싶다 ㅜ[45] Jungkook
@BTS_twt
2.9 April 11, 2021 BTS member Jungkook posted a selfie of him wearing a purple (the color is symbolic of the band's fandom) sweatshirt and a black beanie, with the caption "ARMY I miss you" in reference to the band's fans.[46]
16 We did it, @JoeBiden.[47] Kamala Harris
@KamalaHarris
2.9 November 7, 2020 Vice president-elect Kamala Harris tweeted a video of herself congratulating president-elect Joe Biden over the phone after the pair won the 2020 United States presidential election.[48] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the fifth most-liked tweet of 2020.[22][49]
17 America, I'm honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country.
The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not.
I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.[50]
Joe Biden
@JoeBiden
2.9 November 7, 2020 Joe Biden's first tweet after defeating sitting president Donald Trump in the 2020 United States presidential election. It accumulated over 1 million likes in less than 30 minutes of being posted.[51]
18 Hey guys, wanna feel old?
I'm 40.
You're welcome.[52]
Macaulay Culkin
@IncredibleCulk
2.9 August 26, 2020 American actor Macaulay Culkin, best known for his role as young Kevin McAllister in the Home Alone and Home Alone 2 movies, posted this tweet a day after his 40th birthday.[53] Intended as a joke to "make people feel old", the tweet elicited thousands of shocked responses from fans, many of whom still thought of Culkin as the film character.[54] According to Twitter's year-end review, it was the fourth most-liked tweet of 2020.[22]
19 Love U💜[55] J-Hope
@BTS_twt
2.8 November 24, 2021
20 focus on army💜[56] Jungkook
@BTS_twt
2.8 November 22, 2021
21 💜 x7[57] BTS
@BTS_twt
2.8 June 1, 2021 BTS posted two group selfies of the band celebrating the debut of its single "Butter" at number one on the Billboard Hot 100[58]—it was the band's third number-one debut and fourth number-one song on the chart overall.[59]
22 연습 연습 연습!!!
#JK[60]
Jungkook
@BTS_twt
2.8 May 29, 2021
23 셀프 염색 :)
#JJK[61]
Jungkook
@BTS_twt
2.8 February 24, 2021 BTS member Jungkook posted a selfie with self-dyed blue hair.[62]
24 정국이 생일축하해요이?[63] V
@BTS_twt
2.8 September 1, 2020 BTS member V tweeted this video of him wishing bandmate Jungkook a happy birthday in Korean in celebration of the latter's 23rd birthday that day.[64]
25 We met @lizzo 😍🤙[65] J-Hope, Jimin,
Jungkook & V
@BTS_twt
2.7 November 20, 2021 Members of BTS attended a Harry Styles concert Los Angeles on the date of this post during which they met Lizzo and were photographed together in three photos posted below the tweet.[44]
26 👍[66] V
@BTS_twt
2.7 September 20, 2021
27 다녀오겠습니다😊
#JIMIN
#꾸기
[67]
Jimin
@BTS_twt
2.7 September 18, 2021
28 It's coming.
@coldplay[68]
BTS
@BTS_twt
2.7 September 14, 2021
29 💜💜[69] V
@BTS_twt
2.7 June 25, 2021
30 Savage Love 🎶 #SavageLoveRemix[70] Jungkook
@BTS_twt
2.7 October 8, 2020 Video clip of BTS member Jungkook singing the BTS remix version of "Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)" by New Zealand music producer Jawsh 685 and American singer Jason Derulo.[71]
As of December 2, 2023

See also[edit]

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