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Pregnant Woman’s Huge Belly Sparks Comments on TikTok

TikTok’s pregnant woman’s massive belly prompts hilarious comments in a viral video. Watch as viewers react to the astonishing sight!

A pregnant woman has shared the amusing comments she receives about her oversized bump. One person joked about her baby living in a belly “loft with WiFi,” while another quipped she was carrying a “whole adult” inside.

Pregnant Woman's Huge Belly

Brooke Luney, 32, a California resident eagerly awaiting the arrival of her sixth child, a baby boy, has always been known for her sizable baby bumps.

The 4’11” mom-of-five (soon to be six) attributes her massive belly to her “short torso,” resulting in an astonishing bump.

Brooke’s TikTok pregnancy journey has gained massive attention for her unbelievably large baby bump. Viewers flood her videos with comments, jokingly speculating if she’s carrying multiples instead of just one baby.

Pregnant Woman's Huge Belly

“I think there’s a whole adult in there,” wrote someone.

Pregnant Woman's Huge Belly

Another added: “Bro, that ain’t one baby, it’s 11.”

A third comment read: “You sure there’s not a whole house in there?”

During a video showcasing her swollen stomach, she amusingly shared how someone once joked that her belly was so enormous, they believed her baby was “living in a loft with WiFi.” Despite such comments, Brooke remains unfazed and finds them quite entertaining.

The pregnant woman told Today Parents, “Lots of them are from teenage boys and I find them hilarious. They’re kids and they don’t know.”

Pregnant Woman's Huge Belly

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In an interview with The Independent, she expressed her desire to inspire others by sharing her confidence and positive outlook, particularly those who have faced insecurities about their pregnant bodies.

Pregnant Woman's Huge Belly

She added: “I delete the hurtful comments. I don’t want to interact or see them. I’ll respond to the questions and hopefully my positivity will reach others. I’m hoping we can change the expectations society has for women. The comments I love are those from other women who’ve struggled with their pregnancy bodies. I’ve been told it’s uplifting and they’re glad I’m staying positive!”

Written by Dadadel

Adelaida, the founder of Dadadel Creative, boasts a multifaceted background, blending expertise in software engineering, copywriting, and digital marketing. Prior to establishing her agency, she honed her skills as the former Head of the News Department at a regional media outlet, and also amassing 18 years of experience as a host. She has a penchant for sarcasm, a passion for lifestyle topics, and an undeniable love for cats.

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