Who is J2Hundred? Explicit video allegedly sent to girl, 16, from TikToker's Snapchat
The girl in question said, 'I was sent a video of someone playing with himself and an image. It came from J2Hundred's Snapchat account. I was horrified'
A popular TikTok star is being accused of sexual misconduct. A tabloid reported that a video clip of a penis was allegedly sent to a 16-year-old girl from his Snapchat account. The minor told The Sun on Sunday, July 18, “I was friends with a J2Hundred on Snapchat for a while. The person asked me for my age and a photo. I told him I was 16. I knew J2Hundred was famous. I told my friends. He showed me photos of his face on Snapchat.
She further said of the lewd video showing genitals, “The account said show me your p****. I was sent a video of someone playing with himself and an image. It came from J2Hundred’s Snapchat account. I was horrified. It’s shocking. I removed it straight away.”
The girl’s mother told the tabloid, “It’s very disturbing. Parents need to be aware of these types of things. I’m glad my daughter blocked the account straight away.”
Who is J2Hundred?
The 19-year-old TikTok star has amassed more than 1.3 million followers on the platform. He also has 26.5K subscribers on YouTube and more than 80,000 followers on Instagram. J2Hundred, whose real name has not been reported, made headlines recently after he filmed himself sneaking into Wembley stadium for the Euros final. The TikTok star has also denied sending the video and the image. He said, “Things on the internet are very easy to manipulate. In the position I am in, I wouldn’t risk doing that over social media.”
Last week, J2hundred got into the match between England vs Italy via a gap in Wembley stadium's security and captured footage of his route to the stands. He told fans that he was only going to collect footage of him enjoying the match in London, before adding, "Little did I know that I was going to sneak into Wembley Stadium". Initially, he tried charming staff outside the stadium, asking one steward, "How much to let me in,” to which the steward replied, "I like my job". But he was not to be deterred. He told the camera, "We are going to try to break in," following which, he and a friend found a small gap in the fences surrounding Wembley. Others helped push a fire escape door open wide enough for them to slip through.
"It was a sign from God," J2hundred said. "We were meant to be in that stadium, there was just a gap in the door". He further said, "I'm in. We're in, we're in. I don't know how we got in. We've done a madness, we have done an absolute madness.”
Following the match, an official statement from the Football Association -- the governing body of association football in England -- read, "We will carry out a full review and investigation into the events that took place at Wembley Stadium before and during the UEFA EURO 2020 final. This will be done in collaboration with the Police, the Greater London Authority, the Safety Advisory Group, and the tournament delivery stakeholders.”
“Security and stewarding numbers for the UEFA EURO 2020 final exceeded the requirements for the match and were greater than any other previous event at Wembley Stadium. However, the behavior of the people who illegally forced their way into the stadium was unacceptable, dangerous and showed a total disregard for the safety and security protocols in place,” the statement said.
It further said, “No steward or security staff should be subjected to this type of behavior and we thank them for their support in the night. We also apologize to anyone at the match whose experience was affected by this unprecedented level of public disorder. We will continue to work with the relevant authorities to identify and take action against these people where possible. J2Hundred, in the aftermath of this, shared on Instagram a news report on his antics and wrote, “Go fund me if I get fined?” followed by two grimace face emojis.