Because TikTok Sensation Hasbulla doesn’t want to pose with the women in the photos

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Hasbulla, the viral phenomenon of TikTok, is 19 years old.

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TikTok sensation, Hasbulla Magomedov, will visit Australia in August for his first lecture tour. But fans are hoping to be photographed with the viral sensation born in Dagestan unfortunately they will be disappointed.

Hasbulla, 19, who suffers from dwarfism and is known for his boyish looks, confirmed Tuesday via his tour company that “you cannot pose with female guests” because of them “personal and cultural beliefs”.

“To our guests, if you want to attend the (official tour) meeting and say hello with Hasbulla, you are welcome, but please, recognize the limits of photography “says The Hour Group’s statement.

The official statement from Hasbulla's agents.

The official statement from Hasbulla’s agents.

“We understand the disappointment this creates. However, we respectfully acknowledge Hasbulla’s cultural and personal beliefs and we must address their requests accordingly. “

The exact nature of Hasbulla’s religious views has not been revealed, but some followers of Islam believe it Unmarried men and women should not pose together in photos under certain circumstances.

Hasbulla's tour of Australia, expected in two months.

Hasbulla’s tour of Australia, expected in two months.

Hasbulla will speak in Sydney on 29 and 30 August and in Melbourne on 31 August and 1 September.

The tour will also include an exclusive meeting with the social media star, tickets for which go on sale on June 30th at 9:00 am.

“I’m so excited to go to Australia, I can’t wait to see all my Australian fans and visit these wonderful cities. I’ve heard so many good things about Australia. I can’t wait to experience all the great experiences your country has to offer “, Hasbulla said.

Hasbulla says he is "very excited" about his trip to Australia.

Hasbulla says he is “very excited” about his trip to Australia.

Chris Tamblin, co-founder of The Hour Group, said: “Hasbulla traditionally hasn’t made many public appearances. We, The Hour Group, are honored to bring him to Australia for what will be a fun and eventful tour.”

Hasbulla rose to fame in late 2020 when he began posting videos on Instagram and TikTok in which he performed daring stunts and pranks. With her unique looks and confident demeanor, Hasbulla didn’t take long to build up a huge following on the internet.

He now has 4.6 billion views on TikTok and 2.6 million followers on Instagram. Hasbulla also turned heads by challenging notable UFC stars, such as MMA champion Conor McGregor, to fight.

Hasbulla has 2.6 million followers on Instagram.

Hasbulla has 2.6 million followers on Instagram.

‘I want to punish this [McGregor]. He talks too much, “she said in a recent viral video.

Hasbulla’s newfound fame helped him befriend Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov, prompting fans to nickname him “Mini Khabib”.

The young Russian is 19 and suffers from dwarfism.

The young Russian is 19 and suffers from dwarfism.

And in December 2021, he dived into the nascent NFT market by releasing a cartoon that looked like him.

Hasbulla was born with growth hormone deficiency, a condition known as dwarfism, which makes him abnormally short in stature with normal body proportions.

Source: Clarin

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