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‘Don’t leave your phone carelessly’: Lady warns after seeing her little Sister recording Herself with her Phone

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'Don't leave your phone carelessly': Lady warns after seeing her little Sister recording Herself with her Phone

A woman recently warned adults not to leave their phones accessible to children after she discovered her younger sister using hers.

The girl was recording herself and had a funny and amusing way of opening her baby teeth. TikTok users have reacted to the video, some saying that she looks beautiful and is a potential TikToker.

It appears that the woman left her phone unattended and came back to find her little sister using it to film herself. Although she was not doing anything wrong, her elder sister was shocked that the young girl knew how to use a phone like an adult.

In the clip posted on TikTok by @omotolah16, the child can be seen recording herself and opening her teeth in a humorous manner. She had a brownish wig on her head and kept moving her head to the side to observe herself. She then stuck her tongue out and moved it in an entertaining way, showing her teeth, and used her left hand to prop up her chin, posing like an adult.

TikTok users responded to the video with comments like “I’m glowing”, “Yes baby you’re glowing”, “Future TikToker”, and “Just her teeth and voice”.

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@omotolah16

don’t leave your phone around my sister 😂😭😭 #fyp #foryou #viral

♬ original sound – Thia


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