"See Me on TV": Man Watching Match Live in Stadium Calls Home, Asks Friend to Look Out for Him

"See Me on TV": Man Watching Match Live in Stadium Calls Home, Asks Friend to Look Out for Him

  • A young man who witness the match between Cameroon and Panama called his friend back home to make sure he is being seen on TV
  • In the TikTok video posted on Saturday, November 19, the man told his friend on the phone to turn on the TV
  • He stood up and waved his hand in the air as he asked the friend back home if he had seen him among the crowd

A young man who was so excited to watch the match between Cameroon and Panama live has shared his joy in a TikTok video.

In a video posted on Saturday, November 19, by DJ Sisqomix, the young man called his friend while watching a match.

" data-slot="/76590364/legit_intext" data-lazy-ad="1" >

He talked loudly to everyone's hearing, asking his friend if he has seen him on television.

PAY ATTENTION: Join onebeat.com.ng Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!

But it appears his friend hadn't seen him, so he asked him to put on the TV and tune to any channel to see him.

He even went on to stand up and wave his hand in the air in case his friend back home was having difficulties making out his face from the crowd.

The crowd around him roared in laughter while some of them clapped for him. From the caption of the video, it appears the man is a Cameroonian football official.

" data-slot="/76590364/legit_intext_02" data-lazy-ad="1" >

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users

@henryblaze1910 said:

"Is like calling your friend that said you can’t make it, to tell him you’ve make it."

@Omoh commented:

"If you watched this like five times, gather here. Lol."

Read also

Man prepares beautiful venue, aranges chairs and tables for his birthday party but no one showed up

@Naro said:

"I love my African brothers."

@Seth219 said:

"This is me if God finally made me show for TV one day."

Arsenal fans storm church for thanksgiving

" data-slot="/76590364/legit_intext_03" data-lazy-ad="1" >

Meanwhile, onebeat.com.ng also reported that Arsenal fans went to church for a thanksgiving service.

In a video that went viral on social media, the Gunners' fans filed out in line and danced in church.

Social media users reacted to the video in different ways with some saying it is the proper thing to do.

Source: onebeat.com.ng

Online view pixel