TikTok star Noah Beck is a 19-year old with over 8 million followers on the platform. However, after posting on Triller a few weeks ago, it looks as if TikTok is quickly becoming a thing of Noah’s past!

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Why has Noah Beck joined Triller?

  • Noah’s move to Triller is because he had concerns about the security that TikTok provides and how it manages data.

Noah’s famous friends Josh Richards and Griffin Johnson have also made the jump with him.

Noah now has a duel role in joining the Triller platform, not only will he be producing content but also working on the executive team but he will become an advisor and an equity shareholder of Triller, with aims to migrate his audience from TikTok to Triller.

TikTok vs Triller

TikTok has exploded over the lockdown, with more and more people joining the app and creating content.

The announcement comes at a tricky time for TikTok as Donald Trump’s administration officials said they were considering banning the app, as reported by The Independent.

Comments were clogging our timelines suggesting that TikTok was going to be banned and fans believe this is why Noah made the move.

Josh Richards spoke out for the boys

Josh told Los Angeles Times:

“After seeing the U.S. and other countries’ governments’ concerns over TikTok — and given my responsibility to protect and lead my followers and other influencers — I followed my instincts as an entrepreneur and made it my mission to find a solution.”

However it seems TikTok fans don’t have to worry about downloading Triller any time soon, Noah is still active on TikTok, posting a dance video only yesterday (July 28th_).


i love this dance.. @jeffxtingz

♬ original sound – _livvv23

Noah who is part of the Sway House clan, along with his friends Griffin Johnson and Anthony Reeves have left fans in dismay, believing that the boys will not get the hits on Triller.

TikTok or Triller, we’ll still be loving your content Noah, so keep it coming!

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