Hilarious moment two-year-old girl calls her mother a ‘loser’ for filming a video on TikTok
- Katie Carr, 44, from Fleet Hampshire, was setting up phone for a TikTok video
- Her daughter Honey, 2, interrupted and asked her mother what she was doing
- Unimpressed with her reply the daughter replied: ‘Oh my god, you’re a loser’
A mother received the shock of her life when her two-year-old girl called her a ‘loser’ for filming a video on TikTok.
Katie Carr, 44, from Fleet Hampshire, had been setting up her phone in order to film a video of herself on the social media platform when her daughter Honey asked her what she was doing.
Unimpressed with her mother’s answer, the little girl replied: ‘Oh my god, you’re a loser.’
Katie Carr, 44, from Fleet Hampshire, tells her daughter she is filming a TikTok video (left) but when her daughter replies the mother receives the shock of her life (right)
During the clip, Ms Carr has her phone positioned on a table in the kitchen when she is interrupted by her young daughter who asks: ‘Mum what are you doing?’
Ms Carr then explains to her daughter: ‘Just doing a TikTok video, why?’
However just seconds later, Honey giggles and tells her mother: ‘Oh my god, you’re a loser.’
Unimpressed with what her mother is doing, Ms Carr’s two-year-old daughter says: ‘Oh my God you’re a loser’
Ms Carr is left open-mouthed as she returns her gaze to the camera and stops filming
A shocked Ms Carr is left open-mouthed as she returns her gaze to the camera and switches off the recording.
She later said: ‘I was honestly gob smacked but found it so funny.
‘I was new to TikTok, so when it went viral I just couldn’t believe it.’
Since it’s launch in 2017, TikTok, known in China as Douyin, went on to become the most downloaded app in the US in 2018 and the second-most downloaded app globally in 2019- just behind Whatsapp.
The Chinese social media app allows users to live stream and create short videos and music videos online.
It also offers users a raft if colourful modification and editing tools including overlaying music, sound, animated stickers, filters and augmented reality (AR).