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Johnny Depp Creates a TikTok Account

Johnny Depp Creates a TikTok Account

Johnny Depp Creates a TikTok Account – Nowadays, of course, more and more people are trying to get rid of their boredom by playing tiktok and getting the best entertainment. After winning against Amber Heard in a libel trial in Virginia, United States, Johnny Depp began to rebuild his life. He does various things from performing at concerts, planning a new album, to the most recent of which is creating a TikTok account.

Reported from E! News, Wednesday (6/8/2022), this social media account was active almost a week after the star of The Rum Diary won against his ex-wife. In his first post which was shared on June 7 yesterday, he expressed his gratitude to those who supported him.

“To all my most cherished, loyal and unwavering supporters,” he wrote at the beginning of the post.

The ex-girlfriend of Vanessa Paradis has inserted videos of her getting in a moving car and greeting her supporters from the window, as well as when she performs with her guitar on stage.

“We’ve been together, seen it all. We have walked the same path. We do the right thing together, all because you care. And now, we will all move forward together,” he added.

“You guys, are my bosses, and once again I feel small because there is no other way to thank you, other than to say thank you. So thank you. My love & respect, JD,” Johnny Depp concluded.

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In no time, this post garnered 3.7 million likes and nearly 200,000 comments. While Johnny Depp’s own account, @johnnydepp, has 6.5 million followers.

The existence of this TikTok account apparently made Amber Heard not accept it. Through his spokesman, he attacked the former’s move to create this social media account, especially Johnny Depp’s statement about the desire to move on.

“While Johnny Depp is ‘moving forward’ as he puts it, women’s rights are moving backwards,” a Heard spokesperson said.

He added, “The message contained in the verdict to victims of domestic violence is…be afraid to come forward and speak up.”