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He Became Famous by Licking the Toilet Bowl! He doesn’t See His Family ‘Because They’re not Famous Enough’

In 2020, a social media phenomenon that made headlines after licking a toilet bowl as part of a coronavirus-defying trend said that he refused to talk to his family because he didn’t have as many followers as he did. Larz, 23, revealed on the Kyle and Jackie O Show he attended that he found it “embarrassing” that people even thought he was still talking to his family.

Larz, who has more than 420,000 followers on Instagram, quickly went viral after he posted a video of himself licking a toilet bowl during the COVID-19 outbreak. Later, he was brought to the agenda again by saying that it was Covid, but later his girlfriend Ava Louise revealed that the images he published were actually old and his claims were unfounded.

”SHAMEFUL”

Larz now made headlines by announcing that he didn’t talk to his own family because they weren’t as famous as he was. When asked by host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson if she no longer speaks to her family, the young phenomenon attending a radio show said, “Of course not. I stopped talking to them so long ago that it’s really embarrassing that people still think I’m talking to them.” she replied.

When asked who she spoke to instead, she said, “I’m talking to Cardi B via Instagram DM. We met on Twitter in 2015 and have been in touch ever since.”

MORE FAMOUS THAN EVERYONE

Arguing that he is more famous than anyone else, Larz announced that he will not talk to people who do not have the same number of followers as him. She continued by saying that she comes from a large family of five brothers and four sisters and has blocked them all on Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat and won’t talk to her until she has the same number of followers as hers.

Ece Nagihan

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