Korean girl WhatsApp stickers banned Jinmiran who is the social media celebrity and why can’t they share their viral memes wp facebook | VIRAL

Korean girl WhatsApp stickers banned Jinmiran who is the social media celebrity and why can’t they share their viral memes wp facebook | VIRAL
Korean girl WhatsApp stickers banned Jinmiran who is the social media celebrity and why can’t they share their viral memes wp facebook | VIRAL

We have all seen it in some stickers of WhatsApp or their memes on Facebook. The peculiar reactions of Rohee, a Korean girl, quickly went viral thanks to her expressive face. His fame transcended borders, but you will no longer be able to use his stickers on a daily basis to communicate about a decision of his mother.

Who is the Korean girl starring in the famous sticker?

Rohee, or also known as Jinmiran Baby, is a South Korean girl who has become a celebrity on social media. Her funny reactions made her popular in 2019, to the point of being the target of memes and different stickers on WhatsApp.

She has not gone unnoticed on social media. At just four years old, he has more than 1.4 million followers on his Instagram account, captivating everyone with his gestures.

Why did you become a celebrity? Her tantrums and expressions have generated that more than one person feels identified, which made her go viral on social networks quickly.

Jinmiran’s stickers have gone viral on WhatsApp

Why couldn’t you use their stickers anymore?

By becoming a public person at such a young age, her mother decided that her images should not be used without family permission. Despite this, netizens still decided to continue using the girl’s stickers on WhatsApp, as well as her memes.

As a result, and claiming that Jinmiran has advertising contracts and even participation in some TV programs, his mother decided that only parents have the right to reproduce or use the images of the little celebrity.

With this, she expressed that she will sue anyone who shares Jinmiran’s stickers or memes without parental authorization and, above all, in order to prevent the image of the minor from being used for profit.

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