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3 People Who Went Viral on TikTok Because of Their Small Stature

Fri, 3 Mar 2023 Source: iNews

One of the most interesting social media platforms these days is TikTok. Users, mostly young people, post short videos about their daily lives, activities and even short stories. These videos can quickly go viral.

Recently, three people became famous on the internet for their attractive short stature. Many people were drawn to their stories and videos because of how small they appeared.

1. A man with small stature set to marry a beautiful woman

As they prepared to get married, a stunning woman uploaded a video to show off her beau.

However, what was meant to be a harmless post soon sparked hilarious reactions from TikTok users.

The reactions were triggered by the diminutive size of Kwoyela Derick Gwananji, the man in question.

But the woman, Kahboh Patience Fokong, professed her deep love for her partner and said nothing would stop them from getting married.

2. The small-looking bride who danced in church

Recently, another intriguing diminutive woman has gained popularity.

It all started when a video of the woman dancing in the chapel during her wedding appeared on TikTok.

She was cheering and dancing happily with her Asoebi girls who went to the church with her.

At last count, the video had over 351,000 views after becoming popular on the platform.

3. Man goes viral after posing with small-looking woman.

A video of a young woman who appeared to be small in stature was posted online by a humanitarian worker.

Several people believed they were getting married because of the way they appeared to be getting married in the video.

However, upon further investigation, it was discovered that the woman was under the care of the man.

The man said they were not getting married and that he was taking care of the woman.

Source: iNews