Have you seen the movie “Midsommar”? One of the most scariest thing you can encounter in the world is a cult. Usually, cults are spiritual practises that strays away from religions. The teachings are unusual and some might call them terrifying as few of these cults may require you to do something disturbing.
While this isn’t as close to “Midsommar” level, this woman on TikTok is causing some concerns over her new “religion”. She’s even claiming to be the first female Muslim prophet. If you think that’s disturbing then wait till you see what other things she’s mentioned in her videos.
Mariam Hadid is a content creator on TikTok who has made ‘comedic’ videos of her talking about religion, primarily Islam as she appears to be an ex-Muslim woman. Three of her recent videos have gained a lot of attention with each garnered over 1 million views. The three videos are of her in a tight-fitting Spider-Gwen costume.
The first video of her in the Spider-Gwen costume showed the TikToker performing the Islamic prayer on a prayer mat in a very suggestive manner with the audio of her moaning the words “Allahuakbar”. The second video showed the self-proclaim female prophet reading the Quran with the caption that reads, “The weird things I see in my dreams”.
While the majority of comments on TikTok have been supportive of her, netizens on Facebook are not in the slightest bit happy with her content. Facebook user Mohd Azahar posted about Mariam on his profile to create awareness and encouraged his friends and followers to report her on TikTok. Netizens commented saying that they are disturbed by her content.
According to TikTok, her content for some reason did not violate any community guidelines despite the overwhelming reports from Malaysian netizens. Other than being on TikTok, Mariam also has an OnlyFans and Fansly account where she posts pornographic materials for her followers.
In one video, the Hijabi content creator revealed that she’s in an open relationship with her boyfriend where both of them have had sex with multiple partners separately and together.