Malaysian TikToker behind ‘I Miss You’ trend slammed local media for getting his nationality wrong

First thing first, he’s not Singaporean and Bro got IU to do this viral ‘I Miss You’ trend on TikTok.

i miss you trend

I Miss You trend went viral

If you have a decent memory, you may remember when TikToker @ummmyuhasdf’s ‘I Miss You’ trend went viral. This viral trend inspired K-pop superstar IU and Shinee’s Minho to recreate this. The trend is about putting your index finger on your eyebrows while your middle finger towards your mouth. Eventually, lowering both of them to form a ‘finger heart.’

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After the TikTok trend went viral and IU made a video on it, @ummmyuhasdf made headlines on several media outlets calling him Singaporean due to his accent. However, since then he showed his Malaysian passport in one of his TikTok videos and also called out local media for mistaking his identity and labelled him as Singaporean in their headlines.

“I hate to do this but I had to Google my own name to see which media has reported on it and I saw a few Singaporean, Malaysian, and Brunei entertainment news websites talking about it — and they all think I’m Singaporean,” He said in a TikTok video.

@ummmyuhasdf #stitch with @ ♬ original sound – Ummmyuh

@ummmyuhasdf’s hold was that local media didn’t reach out to him for the information so he wanted to clear all the miscalculations and misinformation for all who reported the news or just consumed it on several media platforms.

He then went on to urge Malaysians and Singaporeans in his follower list, or who are seeing the video, not to fight in the comment section about ‘culture theft.’

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“Stop it. I’m a Malaysian staying in Singapore and this feels like my parents arguing and I don’t like it,” he said.

Now, Several local media news platforms edited their headlines to accurately reflect @ummmyuhasdf’s true nationality.

Here are some of the TikTok videos on ‘I Miss You’ trend started by @ummmyuhasdf including IU recreation:


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♬ original sound – Ummmyuh
@_iuofficial 유애나 보고싶다고 말하는데 딱 10초 걸렸어 #아이유 #IU #IU_WORLD_TOUR #HEREH #유애나 #UAENA ♬ 오리지널 사운드 – 아이유(IU)


What does ‘I miss you’ in Spanish?

I miss you in Spanish simply means Te extraño.

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