Welcome to the tragic life story of tiktok star Khabane Lame, who has recently reached the highest number of views. The turbulent past of Khabane Lame, who was dismissed while working at the Factory and now manages to say hello to a luxurious life thanks to the money he earns.
Khabane Lame First Factory now Tiktok
Khabane Lame, 21, who experienced an extraordinary rise on TikTok, lost her job as a factory worker in the industrial city of Chivasso, Italy, in March 2020, in the early days of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
According to the news in the New York Times, Lame returned to his family after losing his job and started to share videos on TikTok every day under the name of Khaby Lame, despite his father’s insistence on looking for a job. Lame took advantage of the momentum of the often absurdly complex life videos prevalent on social media and responded to them with nonverbal yet compelling reaction videos where the same could be done in a much simpler way.
Khabane Lame to be understood with silence
Stating that silent reactions are a universal language, Lame said: “It’s my facial expressions that make people laugh.”
Lame has 65.6 million followers on TikTok and her follower base continues to increase day by day. If he continues to gain followers at this rate, he will become the most followed content producer on the platform. (Currently that person is 17-year-old Charli D’Amelio, who has 116 million followers.)
Lame’s rapid rise as a video producer is notable, without resorting to artificial growth avenues like buying followers or views. Because most of his posts lack the flamboyant lifestyle associated with famous TikTok stars.
Samir Chaudry, founder of The Publish Press, a news outlet covering the creative economy, of Lame’s rise “makes fun of the overproduction trends that are occurring on social media. I think it’s interesting to people, for someone to take the same action effortlessly, feel sincere something.” made its assessment.
Lame and Mark Zuckerberg meet
Well-known YouTubers, including King Bach, and Italian pasta maker Barilla took action to collaborate with Lame, which has reached a massive fan base all over the world.
Celebrities and other social media influencers are well aware of his rise. For example, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg commented on one of Lame’s recent Instagram posts.
Khabane Lame emerged as a friendly person
In late April, Lame surpassed Gianluca Vacchi as Italy’s most followed TikTok phenomenon. While Vacchi is known for his opulent lifestyle and extravagance, Lame often posts from an ordinary bedroom with an outdated phone.
Adam Meskouri, a 17-year-old content producer based in Birmingham, said, “The content that people come to see on famous social media influencers is usually about setting certain standards for what’s cool and what isn’t, but Khaby just pops up as an ordinary guy, and it’s heartwarming. ” made his comment.
Impressed by the humor of actors such as Will Smith, Eddie Murphy and Checco Zalone, Lame wants to take part in projects with them one day. Also, despite starting to earn money, he still has one more unfulfilled dream: to buy a house for his mother.
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