Hello, friends again today came with a new hot thought. If you follow ZetaPress on social media platforms, you must have known of our resident sporting celebrity “Ballin_hoop”, Marr!
Ballin_hoop is a social media phenomenon based on a celebrity who plays hoop ball and is popular among kids.
He keeps reinventing himself and people keep sending him funny videos and pictures every day. In fact, his videos with his mates have gone viral and recently, he has also been facing criticism on Twitter.
This week, veteran technology entrepreneur and investor Tim Draper tweeted a video of a frog enthusiastically croaking out the famous Twitter hashtag.
Ballin_hoop Twitter Leaked Frog Video & Pics
This unusual landmark reached over 1.6 million people, who responded to it with questions about its origin.
The habitant, who calls himself Ballin_hoop Marr, answered the questions on Twitter and uploaded some pictures of himself to Instagram. We decided to analyze what the frog’s tweets meant about him and about his life.
Ballin_hoop is one of the most famous Twitter Frogs nowadays. The interactive Twitter frog is a bit of a mystery.
The question that everyone has is who is Ballin_hoop? Balli_hoop is located in the UK, and he stays pretty close to the Capital, London.
The elusive frog has amassed 524K followers and has become a hit on Twitter. This article will give you a quick glance over all the new things that have happened in balli_hoop’s life over the past couple of months, including his recent tweet about Money Making.
Ballin_hoop Twitter Frog started with a video of a dancing frog, an Internet fad. The video went viral and people started to freak out that there was actually a real frog in the video.
Ballin_hoop Twitter Frog is all about gaining popularity by creating viral videos and tweeting them to everybody.
Who Is Ballin_hoop Marr?
After some time the internet freaked out that there was another frog video in Ballin_hoop Twitter Frog which actually turned out to be a bunch of other unrelated videos and pictures.
Ballin’ hoop is quickly creating a desktop viral sensation with a Twitter header frog video, which has over 20,000 views in less than 24 hours.