- A man from the United States is seen in a viral video on Tik Tok imitating moves from a popular video game, Tekken
- The Las Vegas-based young man has left his followers thrilled on social media and some even shared their favourite moves from other video games on Tik Tok
- While many liked the video and stunts on Tik Tok, many of @ThroniestBerry’s followers are not so keen on replicating the moves in the video
A man from the United States has taken to his Tik Tok account to showcase his acrobatic skills and the video has been welcomed on the social media application.
Going by the name of @ThroniestBerry and based in Las Vegas, the man imitates moves from popular video games where he has mixed some karate and kickboxing moves.
The video has gone viral and has attracted more than 99 000 likes and been retweeted on more than 27 000 occasions by the man’s followers by the time YEN.com.gh penned this article.
In the comments, some people are reminiscing on their past movie or video game heroes and sharing their favourite stunts.
@ThroniestBerry captioned his video asking his followers:
"Where my Tekken fans at?"
“Kicking people with both feet is crazy cause you fall just to set them fall.”
“Christie is the best female character in Tekken my opinion.”
“Imagine this guy bumps you at the bar and instead of just ignoring it, you start a fight with him.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported on a story where a young boy, Jadon, seemed convinced that rap star Cardi B is from South Africa.
This week’s latest video on Instagram shows United States Tik Tok user La'Ron Hines asking a number of children a few questions on general issues.
However, one young boy who says he’s been to Mzansi, says he is 100% confident that the rap star hails from the Southern part of Africa.