How Khaby lame The Popular TiToker Got Popular?
A former factory worker from Italy who has become TikTok’s fastest-growing content creator.
He is also well-known for having the internet’s second most-followed account. Mr. Lame has millions of followers on Instagram and other social media platforms in addition to TikTok.
His early posts were mostly in Italian, with Italian subtitles; sometimes Lame spoke in his native, northern-accented tongue. But it was the wordless, expressive reaction clips — poking fun at forks turned into spoons with tape or defending the sanctity of Italian pizza from a video that proposed Sour Patch Kids toppings —that have catapulted Mr. Lame to international stardom. With 65.6 million followers on TikTok and now he hit 100M followers.
“It’s my face and my expressions that make people laugh,” Mr. Lame said in an interview on the anniversary of the Italian Republic’s birth. He described his muted reactions as a “global language.”
Lame The best Content Creator
Mr. Lame’s success is partly due to how well-suited his content is for being plugged into the internet aggregation machine. YouTubers make compilation videos of his clips.
Mr. Lame’s content is also ideal for “meme page bait,” which means that many meme pages download his TikTok videos and repost them on Instagram for easy engagement, or they use his face for reaction images. His videos are frequently reposted on Twitter, where they spread further.
featured in latest BOSS’s campaign
Lame is the face of BOSS’s new Spring Summer 2022 campaign. He was part of an all-star lineup for the brand’s most recent launch.
The Italy-based influencer, who runs his reaction channels on both Instagram and TikTok, was a sensation last year, as well as reaching a million followers milestone.
Khaby’s collaboration with the German fashion house caught his 68 million Instagram followers off guard. The collection’s faces are featured in the #BeYourOwnBOSS campaign.
BOSS kicked off the new year with a bang. Many big names were included in the brand’s latest Spring/Summer 2022 collection, which debuted on January 26. All of the stars wore signature black BOSS hoodies for the campaign, which retail for $178 USD at www.hugoboss.com.