TikTok user’s viral response to being called 'so fat' by a random stranger leaves him speechless
A TikTok user recently went viral for her response to being called fat by a random stranger in a restaurant. Food vlogger and strawberry lover @Strawberrifyme was filming herself trying a strawberry dessert to review for her over 59,000 followers when a stranger suddenly interrupted her. As she shows her slice of strawberry shortcake to the camera, the stranger can be heard asking, “Mademoiselle, are you going to eat all of that?” offscreen.news.yahoo.com
'Stranger Things' star Caleb McLaughlin calls Joe Keery a 'mom bro' after a video resurfaced of him defending the young actors from a sexual comment
The actor commented on a TikTok video of Joe Keery telling Finn Wolfhard to ignore a comment about his "porn name" during a 2017 Comic-Con panel.news.yahoo.com
TikTok video of 2 Asian shoppers picking green pieces off of lettuce at grocery draws criticism
Two Asian women were filmed on TikTok pulling off the outer green leaves from several heads of iceberg lettuce while shopping at a west Australian Coles store. TikToker James Longstaff, whose username is @longie69, posted a video on June 4 of the two women with a shopping cart full of loose lettuce leaves at one of the supermarket chain's locations. One woman can be seen pulling the leaves off of the iceberg lettuce while the other places them into plastic bags.news.yahoo.com
Canadian TV host tells viewers who assumed she was pregnant: 'You do not comment on a woman's body'
"Breakfast Television" anchor and Toronto reporter Melanie Ng reminded viewers to never “comment on a woman’s body” after many asked if she was “expecting” due to a viral TikTok video. The Filipino-Chinese-Canadian anchor and other "Breakfast Television" reporters shared a TikTok video on Friday dancing and lip-syncing to the song “Telephone” by Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé. On Monday’s broadcast, Ng explained to co-host Devo Brown that her Instagram DMs were filled with viewers asking if she was pregnant after the video went viral.news.yahoo.com
TikToker who retired as an engineer at age 30 warns: Co-workers 'are not your friends or family'
A former software engineer has warned TikTok users that the people they work with are “not your friends” and “not your family.” Frank Niu, who worked with big-name companies like Netflix for a decade, answered a follower’s question on TikTok last week about whether being slow to trust others is helpful or harmful when developing relationships with co-workers. “The people you work with are not your friends,” said Niu, who retired from his software engineering career at the age of 30.news.yahoo.com
'I no longer have monolids': Cosmetics company under fire from TikTok users over lash serum's side effects
Grande Cosmetics, a cosmetics company with headquarters in White Plains, New York, is under fire after several TikTok users claimed they suffered adverse side effects, including changes in their eyelids, from using an eyelash growth serum. Several Asian women took to TikTok in recent months to share their experience using Grande Cosmetics’ GrandeLASH-MD lash-enhancing serum. The eyelash growth serum brand is a popular topic on TikTok, with over 63 million views under the #grandelash hashtag.news.yahoo.com
Video of TikToker gagging in Asian grocery store, saying it has a 'pet store' draws backlash
A TikTok user who filmed himself inside an Asian grocery store is facing backlash after pretending to gag at different food products and referring to a live crab tank as a “pet store.” The TikTok user, @modelvsfood, begins the now-deleted video by telling viewers that they will be “shocked” if they have “never been in an Asian grocery store.” The TikTok user cuts to the seafood section and pans the camera towards the live crab and shrimp tanks.news.yahoo.com
China used TV, TikTok stars in discreet Olympics campaign
A “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” TV star, a Paralympic swimmer and a self-described “brand king” were among the Instagram and TikTok influencers who were paid by Chinese officials for a discreet campaign that promoted the Beijing Winter Olympics, new Justice Department documents reveal.