Joe Jonas shares a TikTok describing a strange interaction with a stranger
Joe John recently took TikTok to share the strange encounter he had with a stranger while shopping at a pharmacy.
The viral moment has garnered over a million views, with the Jonas Brother explaining how a security guard told him he looked “crazy” in person.
“I walked into CVS and the security guy says, ‘Oh! Joe Jonas?'” the singer repeats. “And I said, ‘Hey man, what’s up?’ and I shook his hand and said, “Man, you look crazy in person.”
Watch the video above.
Fans were quick to comment on their thoughts on the story, with most agreeing that the security guard was probably a bit much.
“Maybe he meant he was crazy to see you in person, and that’s how it came out,” one person said.
Another said: “Someone definitely messed up what he was trying to say. You’ll prove that he played that conversation over and over in his head.”
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Fans also commented that they liked her down-to-earth nature and honest stories, “I love that this just feels like we’re FaceTiming while you’re running errands,” and “The I just FaceTime with Joe Jonas? “
The singer, 34, ends the video asking viewers, “I don’t know, is that a compliment?”
Joe Jonas has been in the spotlight lately with news of his split Sophie Turner hit the headlines.
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On September 6, the couple took to Instagram with a statement read: “After four wonderful years of marriage we have both decided to amicably end our marriage.”
“There are many speculations as to why but, really this is a joint decision and we really hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and the children us.”
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Both found themselves in a custody contract dispute for their two children, daughters Willa, three and 15-month-old sister, whose initials are DJ.Yes
In a joint statement written to E! News last month, the pair said, “After a fruitful and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend equal time in loving homes in the US and the UK,” ‘ explained, “We look forward to being good co-parents.”