Police gave this spoiled Florida teenager a reality check about his TikTok following

Jun 13, 2024

The social media platform TikTok has nearly 150 million users in the United States alone.

Young people are willing to do anything to become “TikTok famous.”

But police gave this spoiled Florida teenager a reality check about his TikTok following.

With over 1.9 billion users worldwide, TikTok is now the fourth largest social media platform by monthly active users.

Of the 1.9 billion users, 150 million of them live inside the United States.

This is roughly 45% of the entire population of the United States.

TikTok’s massive popularity has made many Americans, including teenagers, famous and wealthy.

But it has also made a lot of them obnoxious and annoying.

Teenagers are willing to do anything on TikTok if they believe it will help them gain followers and become famous.

And one spoiled rich teenager in Florida just learned a tough lesson about life thanks to police in the Keys.

Luis Barrios, 18, documents his glamorous lifestyle in Florida on social media.

Police recently responded to a call about Barrios from the staff at Sunset Grille in Marathon, Florida.

According to the staff, Barrios showed up on his dad’s yacht and started swearing and causing a disturbance.

When police arrived, Barrios had already fled on the yacht to evade arrest.

However, the teenager used his own phone to send the manager of the restaurant a threatening voicemail.

“It’s so stupid,” the manager told the officers. “Why would you call with your actual number?”

The cops then went to one of the family homes where they were told by someone that “daddy took the car away, so he stole the boat.”

“Something’s got to be done to that kid,” the person added.

Police eventually found Barrios trying to sneak by them on the back side of his house.

Barrios refused to get off the boat and told the cops to “call my dad.”

“I have anxiety because of this, I’ve been diagnosed with paranoia,” he said.

“Stop narrating for the camera bro nobody gives a s***,” one officer responded.

“Everybody in this neighborhood has called in on you, everybody. You have brought this on yourself when you fled from law enforcement when they got here,” the officer said.

“I’ll f***ing spit in your face,” Barrios told one officer as he was being cuffed. 

“Oh, threat to law enforcement?” the officer replied. “You just got another charge, good job.”

Barrios got even more obnoxious and called the officer a “pig.”

“My dad is f***ing rich!” he yelled at an officer.

“Congratulations,” the cop responded. “Nobody cares about your TikTok. Nobody cares. You’re a child.”

Barrios was desperately trying to gain fame and followers.

But the cop informed him that “nobody cares about your TikTok.” 

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.


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