Gray handed out cake pops to members of her whole family. They went around in a circle, and each person took a bite of their treat. If the inside of the cake pop was white, it didn’t have the answer. But if the inside of the cake pop was pink or blue, it would reveal the gender.
It took the family many tries before finally someone bit into a cake pop with the filling that was pink – signaling Gray might be having a girl.
“I knew who had the colored cake pop, which is why I chose to film it in the order I did,” Gray said in the comment section.
The video received over 66 million views on TikTok.
“My anxiety [is] rising with every bite,” a user joked.
“That’s so creative,” another said.
“This was super cute! This let everyone be involved in the reveal,” someone commented.
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