TikTok deletes football star, pop star’s controversial, playful video

Football superstar Paulo Dybala and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini have been censored by TikTok after attempting the viral one-arm lift challenge.

The Juventus goal-scorer made a hash of his bid to lift Oriana up in the air under her thigh as the couple’s two pet dogs Kaia and Bowen looked on.

The Argentine model and pop star was nearly sent crashing into kitchen furniture by her boyfriend in the pair’s attempts to emulate the online craze, The Sun reports.

Oriana Sabatini shares a photo on social media. Photo: @orianasabatiniSource:Instagram

Juventus’ Argentine forward Paulo Dybala celebrates after scoring. Photo: AFPSource:AFP

Oriana posted the footage of their botched lift on Instagram after complaining it had been removed by TikTok censors for being unsuitable.

The footage showed the pretty brunette, also a singer and actress, grabbing at her crotch and yelling as she was flung forward in Paulo’s awkward attempt to elevate her using only his right forearm before they had another go which wasn’t filmed.


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Oriana, who last March had to self-isolate with her footballer boyfriend after contracting coronavirus, posted the original TikTok video she later uploaded on Instagram with the message: “TikTok at it again. They erased this so it’s gone to Instagram.”

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One of her 32,000 fans offered his advice about what the pair were doing wrong, saying: “The problem is that Paulo’s arm is in the wrong place.

“He’s trying to lift Oriana up with his wrist and needs to put his forearm further forward.”

Juventus are reportedly ready to consider bids for the Argentine international, who has only made 16 appearances for Juventus in all competitions this season.

— This story originally appeared on thesun.co.uk and has been republished with permission

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