Paige Ginn Wiki
Paige Ginn is the comedian in the baby gender revelation video that has gone viral. Ginn posted the video on his page on November 11. Since then, the video that sees Ginn apparently throw a blue powder from her buttocks has been viewed more than 300,000 times. Following the viral success of the video, Ginn tweeted: “All future gender revelations are canceled.”
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On her Facebook page, Ginn refers to herself as “the girl who pretends to fall in public.” Ginn continues by saying that he does “crazy things” to “shame” his friends and family. Ginn says: “Here I am trying to entertain you all!” Ginn is based in San Diego, California, but is originally from Utah. According to Ginn’s IMDb page, it appears in the 2019 movie, “Airplane mode.” Ginn has also appeared on “Ridiculousness” on MTV and on “Crashletes” on Nickelodeon.
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Vice presented the success of Ginn’s viral video in September 2016. The article was titled: “Paige Ginn is the slapstick heroine that Vine needs.” Ginn told the website: “I think people enjoy what I do because I am a girl who can make a complete fool of herself. And there aren’t many girls who [do that].” At the time the article was written, Ginn’s videos had achieved more than 100 million views on Vine.
When asked about the controversy generated by a video in which Ginn made a mess in a fast-food restaurant that workers had to clean, Ginn said to Vice: “It’s very funny for me. I didn’t want any of this to happen I grew up wanting to do this in order to make people laugh and now I’m also pissing people off. Oh well, what can you do?
Ginn grew up as the youngest of seven siblings in the city of Duchesne, Utah. Ginn graduated from Duchesne High School. While in high school, Ginn was a star athletic athlete.
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