A New Jersey man apologized to Oprah after leaving her a drunken message – vomiting.
Ryan Finley shared the insulting message on TikTok, revealing how he left a voice message for Oprah on her official Instagram account.
In the recording, which lasts for a few seconds, a drunk-sounding Ryan can be heard saying, “Oprah … Oprah, I’m not feeling so well,” before vomiting audibly for a few seconds.
Bah! A New Jersey man apologized to Oprah after leaving her a drunken message – making him throw up
Ew! Ryan Finley shared a voice message with Oprah on Instagram at 4:17 a.m. He can be heard saying, “ Oprah … Oprah, I’m not feeling so well, ” before audibly vomiting for a few seconds
Ryan shared the TikTok video in response to a request for users to show themselves when they were drunk.
Ryan appears on the screen and simply smiles, pointing to a direct message he sent to Oprah on Instagram at 4:17 AM.
The message contained no text but a voice recording, in which Ryan blurredly admitted that he was feeling unwell before vomiting.
“I’m so sorry, Oprah,” Ryan wrote.
Luckily for Oprah, it looks like she hasn’t listened to the disgusting message – and it’s pretty unlikely she will, given that she has 19 million followers and isn’t following Ryan.
Viral: He shared the recording on TikTok and apologized to Oprah
Other TikTok users were amused by the video, which has been viewed over 1.2 million times.
“ Why did you think of Oprah when you were throwing up, I’m so intrigued, ” wrote one commenter.
“I thought she would like it,” Ryan replied.
“You just needed emotional support and who better than Oprah,” commented another.
Another fan called it “the funniest TikTok I’ve seen in the last year,” while another called it “exquisite.”
While the message was aimed at Oprah’s personal account, the 67-year-old mogul recently revealed a rebranding of O, The Oprah Magazine.
Ta-da! The 67-year-old mogul recently unveiled a rebrand of O, The Oprah Magazine, which is now O Daily
The Instagram account for O, The Oprah Magazine has changed to Oprah Daily, as Hearst announced the debut of oprahdaily.com, the print edition of O Quarterly and the Oprah Insider community open to members only.
Oprah Insider costs subscribers $ 50 per year and includes exclusive articles, events and a subscription to the print magazine.
Much of my life’s work has been to inspire all of you to live your best life. And I know, now more than ever, that probably feels easier said than done, ”Oprah said in the announcement.
But I’ve always said and believed that when you look at nature – the trees, the blades of grass, the flowers blooming in their full, vibrant beauty – you’ll see how simple it can be to just be your best self. All that is really required of you is to ascend to the highest, most complete expression of yourself. That is a journey for all of us. ‘
She said she is starting a “new chapter.” to “encourage you to take the opportunity that is your life.”
“With Oprah Daily, I hope you take the time of your day – no matter how little time it takes – to give back to yourself every day. To connect, listen, celebrate yourself and what’s most important to you, ‘she said.