Nigel Farage creates TikTok account after chaotic Cameo clips go viral – Im doing it!

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The ex-Brexit Party and UKIP leader posted his first TikTok clip on Sunday and has since amassed over 24,000 followers on the video-sharing platform. The news comes as Mr Farage continues to play a central role on GB News with his shows ‘Talking Pints’ and his flagship programme ‘Farage’.

In his first TikTok video, Mr Farage said: “That’s it. I’m doing it. I’m joining TikTok. It’s got to be done. It’s where it’s at.

“And because I’m Nigel Farage some people will love me, some will absolutely hate me.

“I’m going to cause some gigantic arguments, believe me.”

The post was seen by more than 300,000 TikTok users and was liked by another 10,000 accounts.

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The former MEP has since uploaded three over videos, including a clip in which Mr Farage’s face is superimposed over a WWE walkout video.

The post was accompanied by a caption mocking those who supported the UK remaining in the European Union.

Mr Farage’s other two clips have directly responded to questions posed by his supporters.

The ex-Brexit Party leader confirmed his account was official in his third video and then revealed he supports south London football club Crystal Palace.

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Mr Farage previously produced content on Cameo, a website where users can request personalised video messages from celebrities.

The clips went viral after Mr Farage made bizarre references about “sus imposters”, “big chungus”, “ligma” and “boneless pizzas” for the price of £75 per personalised video.

The GB News host, who is not taking requests on Cameo at this moment in time, also landed himself in trouble after he was tricked into saying pro-IRA slogans on the platform.

Mr Farage has since spoken out about the controversial remarks.

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He told MailOnline: “If I saw ‘up the RA’ I would have looked at that as something very innocent, and wouldn’t have even known there was an implication to it.

“A lot of messages that I get are friends sending each other messages with their own little jokes or their own little words which I have to judge – and of course I reject some if they are crude or offensive.”

Other politicians on Cameo include ex-Speaker John Bercow and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

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