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Tiktok has made many commoners stars and Team 07 is one of them. It's a group of few young men coming from Mumbai.

Faisu and His Controversies

Shaikh Mudassir Faisal or Mr. Faisu is one of the most popular and bashful young men from the group famous for his soft and calm composure.

He is a graduate, who has done modelling for some locals brands. His Tik Tok videos along with his gang have fetched him an enormous fan following of 24.1 million patrons who eagerly await their video release on the app and the social media handle, Instagram.

Tiktok earned him quick fame, promotional offers and a lot of money.

His gang includes his college friends Adnan Shaikh, Hasnain Khan, Faiz Baloch, and Shadan Farooqui. Some 18 months ago, this gang started posting videos on the Chinese real-time videos app TikTok and became a sensation. Their 15-second videos include funny, acting, songs, lip-syncing acts which are liked by the audience a lot. The fanbase of the follower for the group is around 63.9 million.

The group got caught up in the controversial fire when they posted the video in which the team enacted a message which conveys that “the Tabrez was killed but if Tabrez’s son grows up and take revenge then Muslims should not be termed as a terrorist”. For posting such communal video, his and his whole gang’s account got suspended from TikTok app, which put his followers into hullabaloo.

This video was posted on Twitter too where the uploaders were criticised for creating animosity and hatred. Many Twitter followers requested police to take action against the group.

Although his account is still inactive on TikTok, he promised to be in touch with his fans through Instagram. He also posted an apology for the video which created a whole lot of trouble for the Teenage sensation.

He is quite a rave amongst girl who follows him, his smart style and cute dashing looks. He has also bagged the award of the Best Influencer on Tiktok, before the release of the controversial video.

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