A few days ago, a video rumored to be a 163-year-old monk shocked people. Now some netizens think there is a 399-year-old woman, but this is not the case.
The monk’s viral clip has sparked multiple theories since it first appeared on TikTok in January. Here’s everything you need to know about this 399-year-old woman who doesn’t exist because another scam has taken over the internet.
Netizens expressed disbelief when they first saw the video and reports claiming the existence of a woman nearly 400 years old. However, this information is incorrect and the person in the video is the same monk who has become an internet celebrity due to his age.
The video has been circulating online again, with someone falsely claiming that the person in the video is 399 years old. The internet’s fascination with Buddhist monks Luang Pho Yai or Luang Ta doesn’t seem to have stopped. So, here’s everything you need to know about him…
Do you think that woman is really 399 years old?
The Buddhist monk lives in Thailand and gained fame through videos his granddaughter shares on TikTok under the nickname @auyary13.
Her profile includes several TikToks from Luang Pho Yai. The video of him praying for a little girl in his hospital bed has accumulated over 88 million views so far!
The accompanying text reads: “When the little grandson came to call Longta, he could feel the love and care. He was called to pat his head for the great grandson, Amen.”
You can see more of the monk’s TikToks here.
Who is the longest living person?
According to CNN, the oldest person in the world is Kane Tanaka.
Kane is 119 years old, according to a post shared on Twitter by her granddaughter.
Junko posted a photo of her great-grandmother on Jan. 1 and wrote: “Well done. (Kane Tanaka) 119. “I hope you continue to live happily ever after.” “
She lived through several historical events, including two world wars and the Spanish flu of 1918.
In 2019, Guinness World Records recognized her as the world’s oldest living person.