Johnny Depp has officially joined TikTok. But fans are waiting for him to post his first video on the platform.
The popularity of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor has increased over the past few weeks. He’s one of the hottest celebrity topics on the internet.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Johnny Depp Official TikTok
Johnny Depp created a TikTok account sometime on Monday, June 6, 2022.
The actor is not yet sharing videos or following anyone on the platform. However, in his bio, it is written as ‘sometimes Spian’.
Depp has joined TikTok and has garnered rave reviews across social media sites. Users are flocking to Depp’s verified accounts to follow Depp. Currently, his account has more than 1.4 million followers in just one day.
Fans are curious about what content Johnny Depp will post on his account. Many users think the star can upload a snippet of an ongoing musical tour with guitarist Jeff Beck.
The 58-year-old actor traveled to England to take a friend on a trip. He surprised the audience with a special performance in Sheffield, England on May 29th.
Depp went on to make several appearances on Beck’s tour. Late last month, he joined the musician at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
The New York Post Monday reports that Depp is focusing on her music career to relieve the stress of a libel trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.
— 🏴☠️ Angel Depp 🏴☠️ (@VioletFuchsia) June 7, 2022
About Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were jailed for six weeks in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Depp sued for $50 million after Heard wrote an article on Washington Street in 2018. In the work, the Aquaman actress claimed to be a victim of domestic violence.
She didn’t mention Depp’s name in the post, but she was harmed. Depp lost several films, including the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and Disney’s Fantastic Beasts series.
Depp’s attorney, who is referred to in court documents, wrote that Heard ‘made up the story in the hopes of making a positive publicity and advancing his career’.
Nevertheless, after nearly 13 hours of deliberation, the jury announced its verdict on Wednesday, 1 June. The jury unanimously voted in favor of Depp. He was awarded $15 million in compensatory and punitive damages.