With over 4.6 million followers, this young guy is easily one of the largest Southwest Michigan content creators on TikTok.

Recently, someone nominated a young, twenty something out of South Haven, Michigan for our #TikTokTuesday feature.  This guy is absolutely killing it on the popular social media app.  Brenden @brendenlmao has over 4.6 million followers and 180.2 million total likes.  He has dozens of videos with over a million views each.  This is what Brendon said when I asked Brendon how he has the guts to pull the public pranks,

Lol man idk. Every time I go to prank someone I just get into this character where it feels like a real situation I used to do this stuff off camera my entire childhood.

In the TikTok below Brenden goes into a small shop and attempts to purchase an item using his "Mystery Box."  This video has been viewed 20 million times.

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In this video he's asking a Walmart employee for help with his phone.  But what he ends up doing is creeping him out...big time. This video has over 23 million views and counting.

The guy working at this pawn shop must be one of the most patient people on the planet.  The last item Brenden attempts to sell to him is hilarious.  This video has been viewed 11.8 Million times.

Then there's the time Brenden showed off his negotiation skills at a pawn shop and got 31.1 Million views.

We are featuring a Southwest Michigan TikTok creator every Tuesday on-air and online for #TikTokTuesday. If there is someone that you think we should highlight, share their TikTok username and location with us in the form below. We look forward to seeing your favorite TikToks.


10 Biggest Southwest Michigan TikTok Creators

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