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Mom Shares Viral TikTok A tornado is about to hit Mom’s house

Only a few seconds long, this song is viral TikTok is a real life horror movie. TikToker @sashastiktok13 (aka Sasha Sverdrup) was filming a lightning storm outside her home when she captured the terrifying moment a tornado hit.

The tornado appeared as a black column in the night sky, towering over nearby houses. In the background, Sverdrup screams for her husband and children as the camera goes dark.

Now viewed more than 47 million times, this video illustrates the physical horror of being trapped in the path of a deadly tornado. Sverdrup and her family did not have time to evacuate.

Newsweek reported that Sverdrup was filming from a military zone between Kentucky and Tennessee, an area hit by multiple tornadoes last weekend. Luckily, Sverdrup and her family were unharmed, and she posted an update after a video of her tornado went viral.

“I was shaking for hours after that, it was terrifying,” she said, explaining that several other houses on her street had been destroyed, but her family’s home was unharmed. .

The original video was shot after Sverdrup and her husband received a text message warning them of the storm. When Sverdrup shouted for her family to take shelter, her husband didn’t initially believe there was a tornado. He was watching the storm from another part of the house and couldn’t see the tornado column or any debris.

Thanks to the virality of that first video, Sverdrup faced a recurring problem for people who were unexpectedly popular on TikTok. Strangers began to analyze and criticize not only her own behavior but also the dynamics of her relationship with her husband. Some criticized the way she handled emergencies, while others judgment about her husband for allegedly “igniting” her about the existence of tornadoes.

TikToker @ theycalluswild — a mom with more than 500,000 followers — posted a video defending Sverdrup, saying people should stop criticizing the private lives of complete strangers.

@theycalluswild recently shared a similar TikTok describing her own reaction to a tornado, and commenters praised her for handling the situation more calmly than Sverdrup. However, as @theycalluswild points out, she only gets one tornado alert, while Sverdrup reacted with understandable panic to a tornado visible near her home.

It’s like a situation similar to “Cotton guy” is crazy, where TikTokers analyzed the relationship psychology of strangers based on a short video from a unique situation. No wonder @sashastiktok13 has deactivated the comments section on her TikToks. She is also using the viral popularity of her videos to raise money for a Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund, as the area recovers from last weekend’s chaos.

Daily Dot has reached out to Sasha Sverdrup via direct message on Instagram.


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* First published: December 17, 2021, 8:13 a.m. CST

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