The grandmother of millions of followers in Tic Tac is now worried about her ban. At the age of 88, the mother-in-law says she wants a new WhatsApp to replace the banned Chinese WhatsApp talk in India.
Mary Joseph and grandchildren, both from Paravur, Pooyappilli, had just started a video on Tik Talk. But the blindfolded, mum-in-law mom and granddaughter turned into fictitious tik-talk-toe. Until the ban on tick-talk, Ammamma and Kochumon got over seven and a half lakh followers and 1.30 crore likes. ‘Tic Tac Talk was just a joke during the Flood with my momma who lived in the house with a mattress. Amma has made over 250 videos in a year and a half. ‘ Says Jinson.
“During the lockdown, my mother-in-law said she did not want funny videos, but she did a lot of videos related to Kovid awareness. The last raven video was seen by more than a million people… ‘- Jinson said while laughing at his grandmom.
During the lockdown, the Kerala police had come to use her mother’s acting skills. Ammamma did a video related to Kovid awareness of Kerala Police.
Tic Tac was banned from the country. Momma says it’s a good thing but she needs another app instead of a tick talk.