Oskido is letting the good time roll and is having the time of his life on Tok Tok.
He’s been posting hilarious video on the a video-sharing platform focused social networking service owned by Chinese company ByteDance.
Though the platform is popular with the younger generation, as a marketing genius, with over 43.7K followers, Oskido understands the importance of remaining relevant in the ever-changing world of technology.
Whenever I have a bad day, I go to Oskido’s Tik Tok and watch him being a 2000. His videos dust me all the time😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/C5ZFVlEj2S
— Nelisiwe Msomi (@NeliMsomi) August 16, 2021
@oskidoibelieve##taxidriver ##tiktoksouthafrica ##southafricantaxidrivers ##mzansi ##oskido##fyp ##greenscreen @._.naledi00♬ Original Sound – Unknown
@oskidoibelievePracticing dance moves for my upcoming ##bankybanky performance with daddy’s girl @._.naledi00 ##tiktoksouthafrica ##oskido ##pushitchallenge
In 2020, HypeAuditor conducted a brief research to find out how the TikTok influencer ecosystem looks like in South Africa.
It found that the core TikTok audience in South Africa are female between 13 and 24 years old (43.37%). with a large number of users between 13 and 17 years old (31.3%).
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Niniola & Oskido on Thomas and Skhumba In the Morning
Grammy nominated Niniola & Oskido have a banging new song together that has people dancing. They recently joined Thomas and Skhumba in the Morning on Africa Day to talk about how their collaboration happened.
— Kaya 959 (@KayaON959) May 25, 2021