Who is @malibugoescrazy? Meet the 20-year-old TikTok-famous comedian

It’s Malibu’s World, and we’re just living in it. TikTok’s new rising star @Malibugoescrazy, AKA Malibu’s World, is climbing the ranks as social media’s latest relatable influencer

TikToker @Malibugoescrazy has more than 267,000 followers and 6.7 million likes. She describes her account as “Random TikToks of me expressing myself.” The content creator makes funny videos like “When you thought he wanted to actually talk to you” and “When your friend starts recording the one person who wasn’t invited to the party.” Here’s everything you need to know about the up-and-comer. 

What is @Malibugoescrazy’s real name? 

Her real name appears to be Malika Mohan, although she has not confirmed this. She does have an Instagram account under the handle @malikamohan, but it is private. 

Mohan resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, but little is known about her background. She is 20 years old and a Pisces. 

One of her most popular videos is a funny sketch: 


Ignore the mess.. was in the middle of cleaning my room #fyp #bblcheck #regrets

♬ Never Forget You – Noisettes

Mohan joked that she got a botched Brazilian butt lift in a video that garnered over 22 million views. 

She has sponsorships on her TikTok:


Thank you #ttdeye for these amazing contacts! #lovethem


Mohan works with the company The Coldest Water, which she links to on her TikTok. She also collects donations via CashApp. 

She may also be working with the colored contact brand TTD Eye. Mohan tried on their green and blue contacts in one of her videos. 

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