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Tik Tok banned: Many ‘TikTok celebrities’ unhappy, others support government's decision | Oneindia

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Tik Tok banned: Many ‘TikTok celebrities’ unhappy, others support government's decision | Oneindia

Tik Tok banned: Many ‘TikTok celebrities’ unhappy, others support government's decision | Oneindia

In the wake of India-China face-off in Ladakh, the government of India has now banned 59 Chinese app which also includes the popular TikTok app.

The app was not only being used by commoners but also by celebrities and many rose to fame with their dance and acting videos.

While the decision left many ‘TikTok celebrities’ unhappy, others used the opportunity to showcase their support for the government's decision by taking a jibe not only on the app’s users but also on China.

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#TikTok #Ladakh

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