- TikTok influencer, Grace Africa, has walked down memory lane of an embarrassing social event she had organized
- The Nigerian lady with 1.3 million followers on her verified TikTok account was surprised that no one turned up for her meet-and-greet social event
- Grace shared a video of the said failed event and received massive support from fellow TikTok users
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How would you feel if you organized an event only for no one to turn up after all was said and done?
A Nigerian TikTok influencer, Grace Africa, has experienced this first-hand and took to social media to share what was an embarrassing day for her.
The lady with 1.3 million followers on her verified handle recalled how she once organized a meet-and-greet event but no one came.
In a TikTok video of the failed event she shared, the lady is seen standing before a black table-like structure with some African jewelleries.
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Grace Africa told her mum that she was going to cry
In another video, the influencer is seen in a phone conversation relaying to her mum how no one turned up for the occasion.
Her mum on the other end expressed surprise and wondered if people weren't informed about it.
She tried to round off the phone conversation with her mum, stating that she wants to go cry. But responding to comments, Grace Africa said she didn't cry despite the failure of the event.
"Guys I didn’t go cry! Lol I went to read my book in the hotel."
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Social media reactions
"I feel this would happen to me as well this makes me sad please tell me a couple ppl came."
Daniel Thrasher said:
"BEEN THERE. But this year I freaking opened VidCon to a big ol’ crowd. It all changes quickly, keep it up."
"Girl, I’m so sorry if it was in Atlanta or New York or any city w a higher black population the line would’ve been out the building!!!"
SHALOM BLAC said:
"Grace, don’t feel bad. I experienced this few years at vidcon and it scarred me for a while from doing any meet & greets. Vidcon is not for us."
Influencer Nons Miraj says she won't return to London again
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian influencer Nons Miraj had stated that she won't return to London again.
Miraj in the video raised her voice as she vowed not to return to the UK. She continued by saying that the city is too boring and peaceful.
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According to her, there are no chants of bus stops and she doesn't run across the road the way she does in Nigeria.
She also added that the roads are too dry without vendors selling things in traffic and she has to go to the supermarket to buy everything she needs.