Jenna Phillips, the inventor of TikTok, reportedly captured the attention of the public with such a clip of her fighting someone human-pup mostly on street. On TikTok, the artist receives almost $700,000. By appearing to be a dog. On Tiktok, the clip received 1.3 million likes.
Phillips has managed to create a unique identity for herself amongst the numerous animal feeds. That upload adorable movies on TikTok on a daily basis. She films herself performing puppy tasks such as shaking hands, fetching, as well as catching tennis balls.
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Who is Jenna Phillips?
Jenna Phillips, a 21-year-old Texas-based video maker, is famous for her puppy mimicry. Prior to abandoning her employment and pursuing puppy imitation full-time, the artist works as an optician.
The artist always had a very soft spot for pups and dogs and enjoyed acting them out. She confessed in an appearance with media and reporters that she had been acting to be a puppy. Even when she was about 8 or 9 years of age. She became interested in the activity while throwing fetch with her pet dog. Phillips had even requested that her parents take her for a stroll on a collar.
Her Tiktok account, thepuppygirljenna, has more than 269,000 followers and 15 million likes.
Learned a new trick today!!♬ original sound – Jenna
Jenna Phillips Fighting ‘Dog’ Viral Video
Jenna Phillips previously released a video on TikTok with the description. “Lucky I was really being kept back”. This has received over 50,000 responses and 17 million views.
Phillips is seen strolling down the main sidewalk in the footage. While imitating a puppy, she is dressed up all in black as well as wears a collar. The individual who has been gripping Phillips’ leash and posing as her master captured the footage.
Luck I was being held back 😤♬ original sound – JennaAdvertisement
A woman, who has also been simulating a dog, is chained up to certain metal grills. As the camera follows ahead. Both women are enraged as they glance at one another. They snarl and bark at one another. Displaying typical puppy aggression. Phillips is told to “keep moving” by the person who holds her collar, and indeed the two move away.
The footage was shared on Twitter, prompting onlookers to be perplexing. The user, on the other hand, discovered a way to amuse themselves with amusing remarks.
Jenna Phillips also directed two documentaries and also an edition of the Irish version of The View.
Wtf did I just witness pic.twitter.com/EyaPZP62yW— Nati C (@nataliee_alexis) January 6, 2022