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“Emmanuel Don’t Do It” – Who is Taylor Blake of Knuckle Bump Farms



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Credit: Instagram (Taylor Blake)

There is a viral video of an Emu on Twitter and its sparking reactions. It’s funny the name of the emu is Emmanuel.

The farm worker who is known as Taylor Blake is been interrupted by Emmanuel (the Emu) anytime she tries making a TikTok video.

“Emmanuel don’t do it, don’t”, She keeps saying, At one point when Taylor got frustrated, she told Emmanuel, “How does that make you feel if everything that you wanted and ever hoped for in life, do you feel fulfilled”.

The video has gotten over 12.2 million views at the time of this post. You can watch it below.

In another video, the other animals joined Emmanuel in the act. Watch below.

You can watch more videos on the farm TikTok account.

Who is Taylor Blake?

 Taylor Blake
Credit: Instagram (Taylor Blake)

Nothing much is known about Taylor but we found out that she has an Instagram account (@hiitaylorblake) and according to her IG bio she is “A Jesus loving, mildly funny, lesbian.”

She shares beautiful pictures with her lover on Instagram and photos of the farm animals. She also has a “Knuckle Bump Farms” Instagram page in which she shares her experiences with the animals.

“A small hobby farm in South Florida dedicated to providing quality miniature cattle. Closed to public.” The bio reads.

 Taylor Blake
Credit: Instagram (Taylor Blake)

The name of her gay partner is Kristian Haggerty. In one of her posts, Taylor addressed being gay. See post below.

“I have struggled with shame a majority of my life, most of it stemming from being a gay woman raised in a devout conservative, Christian family. I became ashamed of myself, at my very core. I was ashamed of my identity, and even more ashamed that I couldn’t change it. I was taught that my sexual identity was a choice, and over time, I became more and more ashamed of my inability to “choose” a different sexual identity. The morally CORRECT identity, for lack of a better term. At least, that’s what I was taught. Because of this deep rooted inner battle, shame began to spew into other areas of my life. I began holding myself to a higher standard than others. I was so quick to forgive others, but refused to give myself the same grace. I was incredibly hard on myself and would beat myself up over the simplest mistakes. I became defensive, and angry. I set standards for myself that were unachievable, and when I failed to achieve them, my failures added more shame. I spent years navigating through life, making mistake after mistake, and never forgiving myself for the mistakes I had made. I had all but forgotten that we are all human, we are all growing and mistakes are a part of growth. All I could focus on, was the shame I was carrying. ⁣⁣⁣”

Kristian Haggerty
Credit: Instagram (Kristian Haggerty)

Taylor Blake is 29 and by the way, the couple looks cute together.

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