Current Twitter trends: Eenie Meenie video, 'let's be clear', 'I'd appreciate it if..."

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"Eenie Meenie" has pushed "#nowplaying" out of the top spot in Twitter's trending topics list on the morning of April 29.

The song, performed by Jamaican-American rap singer Sean Kingston and featuring Canadian teen star Justin Bieber, is making waves on Twitter as microbloggers post links to the "Eenie Meenie" video clip.

Justin Bieber has taken out second place on the charts, moving up two places since Wednesday, while "#nowplaying" has sunk two places to number three. "#dearsomeone" has also dropped two places over night and is now in fourth place.

Twitter users are clearing up any future misunderstandings, using the "LetsBeClear" hashtag. "#LetsBeClear" is a new entry on the Twitter charts and is trending in fifth place. 

"#ihatequotes" has moved up the charts from tenth place to number six in one day.

"#HowYouBallin", a meme that can roughly be translated into "how are you living such a rich lifestyle?" is sitting in seventh place.

"I'd appreciate it if"... "people were less opinionated!! life is not a debate!!! join the chess team and shut up!!", "you tweet me a link to a paper about the evils of multitasking," "the world revolved around me a bit less... I'm not fat enough to have that kind od gravitational pull," and "you cut your toe nails before playing footsies in bed. i feel like i'm in a fencing match," say microbloggers using the "idAppreciateItIf" hashtag.

"#yeahthatsme" and "#itsme" are in ninth and tenth places as people talk about their attributes.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on April 29 at 9:30 AM GMT are:

1. Eenie Meenie (new)
2. Justin Bieber (+2)
3. #nowplaying (-2)
4. #dearsomeone (-2)
5. #LetsBeClear (new)
6. #ihatequotes (+4)
7. #HowYouBallin (new)
8. #idAppreciateItIf (new)
9. #yeathatsme (new)
10. #itsme (new)