On Jan. 1, Mike Soluri posted a video of himself carrying a microphone and speaker to one of the ex-girlfriends’ place before belting out the lyrics to Post Malone’s “I Fall Apart.” Confused, the supposed ex-girlfriend and another person step out to see what’s going on.
“Why is he at our house?” one of them asks. “Please leave.”
The video, which was viewed over a million times, was the first in a series of clips in which Soluri surprises several girls with an impromptu performance. In other clips, he sings XXXTentacion’s “Changes,” Juice WRLD’s “Robbery” and The Kid Laroi’s “Without You.” None of the girls appear thrilled and repeatedly try to get him to leave their property.
But Soluri’s most popular TikTok to date is one he posted on Jan. 11. In it, he goes above and beyond, enthusiastically singing Kelly Clarkson’s hit single “Since You’ve Been Gone.” At one point, the camera pans to the street behind Soluri, where the TikToker has lit fireworks.
“Go home, Mike,” his “ex-girlfriend” yells from the second floor of her residence.
The clip has since garnered over 2.6 million views and plenty of comments from entertained TikTokers.
“I WAS NOT PREPARED FOR THE FIREWORKS HAHAHA,” one joked.
“The performance of a lifetime,” another simply commented.
“This is so hilarious” a third wrote.
“I’d pay to see this performance,” a fourth added.
There is no word yet on whether Soluri, a New Jersey resident who calls himself “your friendly neighborhood toxic ex” in his TikTok profile, has gotten back with any of the alleged ex-girlfriends he serenaded.
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