Influencer who was presumed dead after trying “the most contaminated food in the world” reappears

Influencer who was presumed dead after trying “the most contaminated food in the world” reappears
Influencer who was presumed dead after trying “the most contaminated food in the world” reappears

On May 17, Peruvian TikToker Oscar Curi, who is dedicated to traveling the world, presented a video that showed “the most contaminated food in the world”. The place? The India.

However, after that video marked by his tasting of street food in unsanitary conditions, information quickly began to go viral: the TikToker and his mother had died in an accident.

Several weeks later, the TikToker posted a video again, although he made it clear that he would not share what happened publicly.

“Some things have happened in my life lately, which is something private and I can’t share. I just want to clarify that I am not dead, I am alive, flesh and blood.”, said the influencer.

“I am not going to say what happened. I know you can imagine what it is like. I just wanted to say that you should not publish things… There are people who said that I died in a car accident, that I was burned to death, that I was kidnapped… But nothing. I came back to clarify that I am not dead,” he stressed.

On her return, she also posted videos about drinking milk that isn’t milk and what public toilets are like in India. “I have to hold my breath, otherwise I’ll end up in the fucking cemetery.” A bathroom in India is like hell on Earth“, said.

In an April video, the Peruvian TikToker showed up at an Indian hospital revealing that he had stomach problems due to food poisoning. “Don’t come to India, it’s a country where the food is contaminated (…) don’t come to India please, the comedy is horrible (…) I’m going to Singapore, damn it,” he said at the time.

 
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