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GIRL PAYS STEVEN LIM KOR KOR $500 TO SEND COUSIN OFF OVERSEAS

A Tiktoker who goes by the name of Amelia Limz had previously uploaded a reel on Tiktok sharing that they have engaged the services of self-proclaimed superstar, Steven Lim Kor Kor to send off her cousin who is going to Sweden.

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The total bill that they paid for engaging Steven Lim for the send off according to Amelia was $500.

They first met Steven Lim at Changi Airport Terminal 3’s carpark where Steven appeared in his own ‘style’ of dressing and he also greeted them in his true wacky ‘Steven Lim’ style.

The reel then cuts to Steven Lim holding a birthday cake and the group singing a birthday song to the cousin of the Tiktoker.

Steven Lim then presented her her birthday cake before going down on one knee and showing some antics.

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Well, that is an easy $500 to earn.

Netizens in the comments section

Netizens of course, took the opportunity to comment in the comments section upon watching this light hearted reel.

Here are some of the top comments seen:

  • No matter what he is still being professional and funny respect to the guy πŸ˜„πŸ‘πŸ»
  • 500 bucks well spent
  • He’s come a long way and still keeping it up.
  • Honestly worth it cos it’ll be so memorable
  • How to engage ? Any contacts ?
  • no way you all paid $500. he just needs to do this once a day for $10k a month. way overpriced. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  • waste of money….should have donated to charity home
  • walao 500 for this little jingle what a waste of money
  • this one like send her off ask her don’t come back siaz so ps. later got phobia scare come back he come fetch her again
  • Guys you can hire Steven lim as a stripper too.

However, regardless of all the positive or negative comments, one thing for sure is the priceless look on the cousin’s face and her laughter makes everything worth it.

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Image and Video source: Tiktok/@amelialimz

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