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A singer was making a TikTok video when he suffered a heart attack - and now, he's shared the video. Take a look below:
Conor Matthews, a singer and songwriter, recently suffered a sudden heart attack while putting together a TikTok dance video.
When they found out about the terrible incident, Matthews' followers asked him to post the video which led to him having a heart attack in the first place, which he swiftly complied to.
The clip shows him boogying to 'The Dance' in front of his car, before slightly stumbling towards the end, putting his hand on his chest and feeling his pulse.
This was the exact moment he realised he was having a heart attack.
"Really did put my whole heart into [it] though," he captioned the TikTok.
"This is the TikTok I was making when I had a heart attack," the video's text reads. "Hadn't danced to my music in a while... should have noticed the palpitations at the beginning."
As soon as he was brought back by medics, he made another TikTok video showing him singing the Bee Gees' 'Stayin' Alive'. At least he's in relatively high spirits!
Since being posted yesterday (21 March), the short clip has already amassed more than one million views and thousands of comments.
One user wrote: "Bro checked his pulse like he coded," to which Matthews replied: "It's a shocking feeling when your heart decides to do its own thing for once."
It also seems watching the initial moments of a heart attack has been too much for some viewers, with one writing: "The way my health anxiety is set up I really shouldn't be watching this."
Another commented: "Not me literally thinking I'm having one right now from watching this." A third wrote: "Everyone in the comments with anxiety googling heart attack symptoms now."
In response to one comment asking exactly what caused the heart attack, Matthews replied: "Something called Supraventricular tachycardia, they aren't sure the beginning cause for me yet though."
Others have been more complimentary of Matthews, with one writing: "You was killing it tho (No pun intended)." A second commented: "Off-topic, but you're a hell of a good singer."
Matthews is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles who first emerged onto the scene with a cover of Chris Brown's 'Grass Ain't Greener' in 2016. He later met Keith Urban in Nashville, who helped progress his career.
He's now got more than 152,000 followers on TikTok, posting regular videos of musical adventures, whether it's the 'new Cha Cha Slide' or singing a smattering of songs in four octaves.
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