Video of "duwende" peeking during a TikTok dance cover of "It Really Hurts" goes viral

Video of "duwende" peeking during a TikTok dance cover of "It Really Hurts" goes viral

- A TikTok dance video of "It Really Hurts" has gone viral after netizens noticed an alleged "duwende" peeking near the roots of the tree

- The video was shared so many times that it caught the attention of 'Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho'

- The woman was initially in front of the camera dancing, then she transferred behind an older woman, and all the while the little figure was just right there

- The KMJS video was shared more than 7,500 times and has already been viewed 2.8 million times on Facebook

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A video of a TikTok dance cover of "It Really Hurts" has gone viral not because of the dance per se but because of an alleged "duwende" who peeked behind a tree while the girl was dancing.

The figure is somewhat visible, small eyes, head and it seemed that it was just there until the video was finished.

The video itself has gotten a lot of likes and shares that it reached Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho.

KMJS, then reposted the video and now, it already has gotten almost 3 million views on Facebook.

KMJS will be tackling the video and hopefully, they could shed light on the matter.

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Video of "duwende" peeking during a TikTok dance cover of "It Really Hurts" goes viral

Photo: KMJS
Source: Facebook

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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