Bizarre way woman earned $25K for one TikTok video

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A woman has gone viral for a video of herself jumping up and down on TikTok, managing to earn $25,000 for just the one post.

Influencer Katiana Kay cashed in big time after a fan asked her in the comments section on the popular site to "teach them how to jump" when you have larger breasts.

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All Katiana Kay did was jump and her video went viral. Photo: Jam Press/Australscope

Happy to oblige, Katiana shared a tongue-in-cheek clip to show off just how to do the basic task and has earned herself a nice pay cheque in the process.

“The video was super candid, not much thought was put into it,” the 18-year-old from Miami told Jam Press.

“People always comment and ask me to jump, obviously to see my t**s jiggle. So I figured it would be comical to make a TikTok about it.”

In the clip, Katiana can be seen explaining to the camera exactly how to jump, just before she takes a leap.

Although she has an impressive following of 1.3million fans across Instagram (@katianakay) and Tiktok (@secretkatiana), the influencer was still surprised when it went viral.

“I just remember being on my TikTok Live and within seconds I went from 100-ish viewers to over 2,000 – and it kept going,” she said.

“I was bullied my whole life for having big boobs, so I guess I feel happy now that people like them.

“I obviously made this as a thirst trap. But I had no clue how big it would get.”

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Katiana's video has had over 600K views. Photo: Jam Press/Australscope

The video has racked up hundreds of thousands of views and fans love the cheeky jump.

"What about jumping jacks," one person commented.

"And I'm going to see this in slow motion, thanks a lot," added someone else.

"Thanks I now know how to jump," wrote another person.


Katiana is happy to entertain her fans but also gives herself time off from being on her phone now and then.

“Being on social media all day makes you constantly compare yourself and your life to others. Comparison is the killer of happiness,” she said.

“That’s why I encourage people to put their phones down.

“They will be happier if they spend time with their friends, family, and loved ones.

“This is the message that I ultimately want to be spreading with my platform, for people to reconnect.

“But sometimes you just have to flaunt your curves!”

Reporting by Jam Press.

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