Who is Jamie Big Sorrel Horse AKA @jamie32bsh on TikTok?

TikTok’s new favorite person is just a regular guy dancing and lipsyncing. 

Jamie Big Sorrel Horse, AKA @jamie32bsh, has 1.9 million TikTok followers. Some of his videos have amassed over 100 million views. Horse’s content features him dancing and lip-syncing to pop songs. The thing is Horse is not particularly good at either. In terms of ability, he’s fairly unremarkable. Yet there isn’t a single video on his page with less than 3 million views. 

Ironically, it’s likely Horse’s total ordinariness is what makes him so appealing. Social media isn’t exactly known for its authenticity. Horse isn’t hyper manicured, a team didn’t style him, he’s not professionally trained, he’s not selling anything and if he has an agenda, it’s not apparent. He’s just having fun with no pretensions and maybe a lot of people could use that right now.

Who is Jamie Big Sorrel Horse, AKA @jamie32bsh? 

Horse is a TikTok influencer and a Native American of The Blackfoot Confederacy, one of the 10 largest tribes in the U.S. 

His very first video, of him dancing in his hallway to “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd, went viral in April 2022 earning over 5.3 million views. 

When Horse isn’t sharing videos of himself vibing, he’s usually posting about his culture, particularly its music and dance. 

But he really caught TikTok’s attention in January when he lip-synced to Nelly Furtado’s “Say it Right” in his bathroom wearing a Power Rangers T-shirt. The video received over 149 million views. 

“Brutha just changed TikTok forever,” someone commented

“Everything on point,” another wrote

“I love your energy, I’m dancing,” a person said. 

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