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Ukrainian Soldier Posting TikToks For His Daughter Reappears Online After Disappearing For Days

Gabriella Ferlita

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Ukrainian Soldier Posting TikToks For His Daughter Reappears Online After Disappearing For Days

Featured Image Credit: TikTok @alexhook2303

A Ukrainian soldier who was posting TikToks for his daughter has reappeared online after disappearing on the site for days.

The soldier, called @alexhook2303, recently took to the social media platform to update his child and followers, after going a whole five days without posting any content to his profile.

The father said in a short video: “I am alive, and will continue to fight for Ukraine.” 

Check out the video here:

Naturally, fans of the soldier flocked to the comments section to share in their joy that the soldier is still “alive”. 

“He’s alive!!!! [sic]”, one user wrote.

Another echoed: “HE'S ALIVE!!! God bless you guys <3 [sic]”.

“I've never been happier to see a stranger I've seen on tiktok my life,” Arina commented.

“Thank goodness you’re ok, people thought you passed,” Steph added.

Others wished the soldier well, writing: “Hope you are alright stay strong [sic]”. 

“bro thank god you’re alive, praying for your safety!,” a different social media mogul wrote.

Naturally, fans of the soldier flocked to the comments section to share in their joy that the soldier is still “alive” (TikTok @alexhook2303).
Naturally, fans of the soldier flocked to the comments section to share in their joy that the soldier is still “alive” (TikTok @alexhook2303).

The clip has racked up an impressive 222.4k likes and 1.1M views so far, with no doubt that his daughter was joyfully watching the clip, too. 

The relieving update comes as Ukraine have now been confirmed to have an “IT Army” to hack Russia to 'continue the fight on the cyber front'.

Mykhailo Fedorov, who is Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister and Minister for Digital Transformation took to Twitter to say that the country are in need of 'digital recruits'.

Known as "IT Army of Ukraine", the group already has over 200,000 subscribers at the time of writing with that number increasing rapidly.

If you would like to donate to the Red Cross Emergency Appeal, which will help provide food, medicines and basic medical supplies, shelter and water to those in Ukraine, click here for more information.

Topics: TikTok, Viral, News, Ukraine, Russia, World News

Gabriella Ferlita
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