There has never been a comedian on Instagram like Micah Smith TBB

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It takes more than you think to make yourself known as a comedian on Instagram, especially when your comedy brand is physical. However, Micah Smith TBB has found her niche creating wild, wacky and unconventional social media videos, most of which show her heavily tattooed body. We sat down with the viral sensational to find out how he got into this branch of comedy, the most dangerous thing he’s done for a video, and what his mom thinks about its content.

What inspired you to start building your content brand?

I’ve always wanted to do something with comedy, but I’ve always been afraid of exposing myself for fear of judgment, you know? My humor is not for everyone, I understand. But what inspired me to go beyond what I think was watching Daveo Falaveo and what he was doing with his videos. He was incredibly confident and over there and it really resonated with me, so I reached out to him and really confided in him. He didn’t bluff me like you might think, but we really connected and he gave me advice, we exchanged ideas, he always shared my content. He had a big impact on me at the start and I will always appreciate him for it.

What was your first video to gain attention online and why do you think it is?

It would have to be a video of me listening to “Careless Whisper” by George Michael. I was covered in corn dogs, wearing mustard yellow heels and dipping a corndog in a pool of ketchup in my navel. For over a year I was nicknamed “The Corn Dog Guy”. In one week, this video reached 15.7 million views on my page alone.

Let me see some of your favorite videos you’ve made.

There is a couple that was really fun to do. At one point I started a cooking series on my Facebook page where I smashed an egg with my butt, it was one of those too good to be true moments. The egg cracked perfectly, fell right in the center of the pan on the stove, it was like one of those ‘Perfect Dude’ moments, but like with an egg and an ass instead of a bullet and d ‘a net. Absolutely glorious.

I also played pranks on Omegle which is a chat site where you randomly talk to strangers. Basically I’m dressing with huge fake tits to make them think I’m female, I’m going to tilt the camera down so they can’t see my face, and I’ll catch them saying bullshit right before tilting the camera back up and revealing my handsome bearded face, resulting in some really epic organic reactions. I really feel like trolling is life, like I’m not trolling there, I’m not living. I have so much fun making these videos.

Another favorite of mine would be when I was skateboarding in my apartment complex while wearing a thong and nipple clamps. Honestly, I had no idea if I was going to be fucked or not for doing this, but luckily no one saw me, or if they did, at the very least, they didn’t. not denounced.

How have your friends and family reacted to your content?

To be honest, they are all very supportive. Everyone close to me always told me that they knew I was going to do something in comedy. When I was younger, I always did things to make people laugh, either making phone jokes or making jokes. The funny thing is, I convinced my mom to record the Corn Dog video that got me started. I know this sounds totally weird, but I begged her to do it and she did! She rolled her eyes and tried not to laugh the whole time, but she did. I love you mom.

What’s the most dangerous thing you’ve done for a video?

OK, so the most dangerous thing was when I lit myself on fire. I was browsing YouTube, listening to music, and came across the video for “Pussy Fire” by Jirafa Rey and Eskarnia, which is wild and has tons of people burning the crotch. So I thought, “Bloody hilarious, I have to do this, right?” So I grabbed some Daisy Dukes, a can of Pam cooking spray, and a lighter and went into town dancing. I was holding Pam’s can and using the lighter to just burn my crotch and before I knew it my leg and pubic hair caught on fire. So, I panic at this point, trying to crush the literal (busy?) Pussy fire, all on camera. I thought I was gone there for a minute, but it made for an epic video. Facebook eventually deleted that video, but it was hilarious as long as it lasted.

What might people be surprised to learn about you?

I think most people have this perception of me that I’m a crazy party animal and I’m here every night drinking and going to clubs and being wild, but it’s so far from who I really am . I have never touched a drug in my life, I don’t drink at all. I prefer to be home most of the time and be alone. I’m actually pretty sweet, I don’t wear sexy underwear (unless the laundry is dirty then probably), I just hang out around the house in my own head, thinking or watching funny stuff – c is what makes me happy.

What was your first tattoo and what’s the story behind it?

My first tattoo was the boombox on my stomach which I got largely from Travis Barker, he had one on his stomach and that’s the main reason I was inspired to get so many tattoos. I have always idolized Travis Barker and still do today.

Explain to me your facial tattoos and how have your life changed them?

I started with the stars and hearts on the side of my face. I’ve always loved space and I’m from the days when stars were super popular, and hearts are obviously cute. I also have “FLA 321” with hearts on the other side because home is where the heart is, keeping it as literal as possible with that one.

I also have my whole head tattooed and it partially covers my forehead so I get a lot of attention for that, some negative and some not, but that’s normal I think. I see people judging me or giving me dirty looks, but most people realize their misconception once they talk to me. They see that I speak well, at least a little smart, and that I am not a criminal or a gang or whatever stigma of facial tattoos that they have come to believe.

Do you have any funny tattoos?

I have “Fuck Yeah” on my ass, one word on each buttock, so I think that’s pretty funny. I also have the Starbucks logo above my crotch. The Starbucks in my hometown would recognize me by this tattoo and when I walked in they always gave me free drinks because of it.

Where do you hope your page will take you?

I haven’t really thought too far into the future with this, to be honest. Wherever it takes me, it takes me. Seems like every year it gets bigger and bigger, but I’m not really there for the money or the weight, that was never my goal, I do it because it makes me happy.

I have a history of severe panic attacks and depression, so creating videos has been one way to get away from these episodes. We all know that making people happy makes us happy, so that’s just another way for me to do it. If I can make someone laugh, it takes me away from this toxic state of mind that I can sometimes have and makes me feel better. It’s my own form of therapy if you will. So my main focus right now is just to inspire and make people happy, so no matter where it takes me, I have to agree.



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