A video emerged online showing Naomi Neo and her husband pranking their son with a “ghost” filter on TikTok, drawing intense backlash from netizens who questioned her parenting.
According to AsiaOne, the viral trend currently making waves on TikTok has parents pretending to do TikTok videos with their children, before escaping from the room and locking their kids inside as the “ghost” appears in the filter, along with eerie music and laughter.
She was seen with her son Kyzo inside a room, staring at the camera, as Neo and her husband slowly backed away out of the room and shutting the door.
The toddler then sees the “ghost” in the video and he then started screaming and ran to the door, trying frantically to open the door but couldn’t.
The boy then started crying.
- yay influencer. people being influenced by these people are worse than the influencers themselves.
- Not just her. The husband is responsible as well. Not sure what mind they have here.
- This isnt a funny “prank” this can seriously have a big impact on a kid’s mental health and lead to trauma.
- What’s the local version of child protective services? MSF? MCCY?
- which part of the prank is funny? so bad to frighten a little cute son
- I feel like this could be traumatizing 🙁
- hey nawww….this is going to bring trauma to the kid why’d you do this?
- This is something I won’t do to my child. Seriously
- YALL ARE SO IMMACULATELY WRONG FOR DOING THIS
- I’m all for pranks but I think this is a bit far if I’m honest, he’s too young
@naomineo Apologised with tears already 😭 #ghostprank #fyp ♬ suara kuntilanak – solehudin1294