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Kevin Hart Zambian Tiktok Look-Alike got Fans reacting

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Kevin Hart has a look-alike named “arabmoney44” on Tiktok and he is from Zambia.

With over 190k followers on Tiktok, Kevin Hart doppelganger, John, has got Netizens reacting. “OMG did really @KevinHart4real know that he has a twin in Zambia. I was really blown away after seeing him” A fan wrote.

Another said: “Lmao Kevin Hart has look -alike from Zambia, this is hilarious man”

“So Kevin Hart doesn’t have to do ancestry since we know his family is already in Zambia. Wish I could find my roots this fast.” A lady said.

Kevin Hart Speaks on Zambia Look-Alike

During an interview on The Breakfast Club, Kevin said he was surprised when he found about his lookalike from Zambia “It’s Scary” He said.

“This guy actually looks like me. It’s not a joke. My brother, it looks exactly like we were birth from the same woman,” Kevin Hart told charlamagne tha god.

“I thought he was playing with a filter but that’s him. That’s the second time I’ve seen it.” Kevin added.

John/ arabmoney 44 on Tiktok

Kevin Hart Zambian look-alike, John, is an Environmentalist.

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Tiktok: Tattoo Artist Makes 76 tattoos, recreate Betty Boop Snow White scene

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Betty Boop Snow White tattoo

With 76 different tattoos, a tattoo artist creates a moving cartoon, ‘Koko The Clown dancing’ from the Betty Boop Snow White scene.

The artist known as Phil Berge on Tiktok, recreated a scene from a Betty Boop cartoon using humans as his canvas.

“Finally! I made a total of 76 tattoos to create this scene from Betty Boop Snow White.” He wrote on Tiktok. “A huge thank you to everyone that got tattooed for this project.”

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Finally! I made a total of 76 tattoos to create this scene from Betty Boop Snow White. A huge thank you to everyone that got tattooed for this project. #fyp #tattoo #tattoos #animation #stopmotion #fleischerstudios #cabcalloway #fleischer

♬ St. James Infirmary – Cab Calloway

Max Fleischer developed the cartoon character Koko the Clown. He first appeared as the main protagonist in Out of the Inkwell (1918-1929), a major animated series of the silent era.

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