A beautiful influencer has revealed that the ‘unbearable pain’ that forced her to be wheelchaired through an airport was nothing more than a giant fart.
Online star Viih Tube, real name Vitoria De Felice Moraes, 21, had alarmed her millions of followers after posting a photo of her being pushed through a Portuguese airport.
Viih had been visiting the country for the Rock in Rio Lisboa 2022 music festival with her reality-star boyfriend Eliezer when she said she’d been crippled by agonising pain.
But then she revealed that her pain was, in fact, caused by nothing more dangerous than trapped gas.
Brazilian Viih said: “Like mother, like daughter. And I, at the airport, started to feel unbearable pain and I was even put in a wheelchair and it turned out to be gas (laughs).”
She added: “I understand you, mummy Pocah.”
Pocah, a Brazilian singer who hit the headlines earlier this year for a similar incident, replied: “Get well, my daughter. Farting is serious!”
In March this year, Pocah revealed that she had to go to hospital with an accumulation of trapped gas because she was not on ‘farting terms’ with her new boyfriend.
Pocah – real name Viviane de Queiroz Pereira – 27, shared images of herself in hospital and said: “I woke up at 5.30am with severe stomach pains and ended up in the hospital.”
The singer-songwriter assured her followers: “But that’s it, guys. I’m now fine. Just an accumulation of trapped farts.”
She advised her female fans: “Girls, don’t be ashamed to fart in front of your guy, because what’s really embarrassing is not letting your guy sleep because you’re in discomfort, going to hospital with your guy, and the diagnosis being ‘trapped farts’. From now on, I’m letting them rip, guys.”
Pocah added: “I’m medicated and I’m fine.”
Pocah launched her career in 2012 with the song ‘Mulher do Poder’ as MC Pocahontas and changed her name to Pocah in early 2019, when she signed with Warner Music Group to prevent possible copyright infringements with Disney over the name.
Viih has 23.4 million social media followers and a further 11 million YouTube subscribers.