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Nikki is a young woman who lives in New York, United States. She recently informed her followers of TikTok (@nikoosh96), who has an influencer neighbor. The girl likes the content that this person shares on social networks, but not the fact that she throws very nice things in the trash.
In the video she released, Nikki indicated that she is not sure if the Internet celebrity, who lives in the same building as her, places these items with the intention that other people pick them up or if she is simply throwing them away, although she thinks which is probably the latter because objects are usually below other objects.
“It makes me a little mad, because sometimes it’s really nice things and then those things just go to landfill.”said the young woman. Later, she showed in the recording that she had found a small bag in the influencer’s trash that, according to The Sunretails for $285.
“This is a perfectly good thing”said. “You could put ‘free’ in the lobby and someone would take it”, he added seconds later. According to the aforementioned source, several users agreed with Nikki’s way of thinking. “You are right, it is a waste and they promote excessive consumption”commented a netizen.
It should be noted that the young woman, in the description of her publication made in TikTokput the following: “I hate influencer culture, I hate PR. I have the amount of shit that is sent to millions of people who do not need it.. You can see the video without problems in this note.
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