Woman ‘fed up’ with looking like Kim Kardashian
For her, it would be a blessing to be disguised.
Having celebrity looks might seem like fun and games but one TikTok influencer with an uncanny resemblance to Kim Kardashian claims she’s “fed up” with people comparing her to the billionaire TV star and cosmetics mogul.
“I don’t see it myself at all,” Sonya Sed, 34, told Jam Press of the comments. The Los Angeles-based businesswoman and mother has amassed over 350,000 followers on TikTok, where she regularly posts videos on everything from food to fashion and exercise.
However, the Tokfluencer’s biggest claim to fame might the fact that she’s a dead ringer for the “Skims” founder — a comparison that began when she was 20, a year after “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” first aired on the E! channel.
“[The first time was when] I was driving,” the Kardashian facsimile said describing her first case of mistaken identity. “I rolled my [tinted] window down a little and everyone on the freeway started recording me and waving, thinking I was her.”
“It was then that I was like.. wait.. they think I’m Kim. My sister was also with me,” added Sed, who also boasts popular Instagram and YouTube channels.
She said she was a “little shocked because I don’t see much of a resemblance myself.”
Unfortunately, Sed’s secondhand stardom continued to skyrocket as Kardashian become more famous, with strangers approaching her and on the street and asking if she and the reality TV star were “twins,” Jam Press reported. While this only used to happen once in a while, now the Sweden-born “Persian girl” says she gets stopped daily.
Naturally, many people might be flattered to get compared to one of the most famous women on earth. However, Sed says she’s growing tired of the gawkers, who often claim she’s trying to look like Kardashian on purpose for TikTok clout.
“I get fed up that people ‘assume’ I’m trying to look like her on purpose when really this is just my growing face and I can’t help the shape of my eyes and face,” she lamented, adding that being an A-lister lookalike has paradoxically hurt her on social media.
“Ever since my rise on TikTok I feel it’s starting to have a more negative effect,” Sed said. “I get a lot of comments like.. be yourself, stop trying so hard to be Kim K, you even try to talk and sound like her (which is just a normal Valley accent), wanna be Kim.”
She added, “These have definitely been negative since I don’t claim to look like her and I am definitely not trying.”
In fact, Sed even claims there are zero advantages to looking like the reality star.
Despite shunning her Kardashian-esque looks, the social media star claims that she would love to have a talk with her lookalike. “That would be soooooo cool. Kim call me,” she fawned.
Needless to say, there appear to be far more people who try to look like the fashion magnate on purpose.
In August, a South Korean woman went viral after allegedly spending more than $60,000 and undergoing 15 surgeries in an effort to resemble Kardashian.
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