FynestChina, known for his “challenge series” on TikTok that has people talking and tuning in on him on different platforms, has turned down a challenge for the first time.
The 25-year-old Hawaii-based Filipino content creator is known for his relatable real-life experiences and humorous content. Many social media users are also amused by his rich status paired with real-talk, kanal attitude.
His career as a content creator began in 2018 when he gained popularity for the character he portrayed named “Cassandra” in his videos. Since then, he has expanded his following on various social media platforms, amassing 2.1 million TikTok followers, 389,000 Facebook likes, and 262,000 Instagram followers.
In a TikTok video posted on January 22, 2024, FynestChina responded to a user’s comment demanding him to cover her children’s school expenses because her husband doesn’t want to find a job.
@fynestchina Replying to @username ♬ original sound – FYNESTCHINA
“Challenge not accepted. For the first time, challenge not accepted po. Hindi ko kasalanan na ayaw magtrabaho ng tatay nila. Nag-aanak-anak sya tapos hindi nila paninindigan yung responsibilidad nila as parent [It’s not my fault that their father doesn’t want to work. He decided to have children, but he’s not taking responsibility as a parent],” he stated.
He explained that despite his resources, he won’t agree to those types of challenges posted in his comment section,
“Marami akong nakikitang comments na ganito. Para akong ginawang tatay. Parang naging responsibilidad ko as tatay at as a nanay. Huwag kayong mag-aanak, please, kung hindi n’yo kayang panindigan yung responsibilidad ng pagiging parent [I see many comments like this. It’s like you’re making me a father. It’s as if the responsibility as a father and as a mother is being passed to me. Please, don’t have children if you can’t fulfill the responsibility of being a parent],” he added.
He also addressed the commenter, saying that her husband should look for a job to finance their children’s education, given that he’s not sick and is simply staying at home.
Many social media users also shared their cents on the comment section, telling the creator not to accept any challenges anymore as others tend to abuse his generosity.
Others also expressed their relief as he didn’t accept the challenge.
“I salute this man for saying ‘no’. Saying no is not always a bad thing to do.”
With Fynest’s comeback after a hiatus from doing videos in 2019, he had been known for his content like house tours, bill reveals, and other requests from his followers.
Later, around the last quarter of the year 2023, a fan commented on one of his videos, challenging him to cover their college fees. He then continued to accept challenges, not to brag, but to inspire and entertain people. Thus, the birth of his “challenge” series.
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