TikTok sensation Hasbulla shares wise advice to people who ‘are always complaining’ about their life

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TikTok sensation Hasbulla Magomedov has shared some sage advice ahead of his Australian speaking tour.

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Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald last week, the 19-year-old, who has dwarfism and is famous for his child-like appearance, reminded fans that no matter how hard life gets, it is important to remain optimistic.

People are always complaining about things in life, but I try to enjoy every day and do the things I love. You really have to stay positive,’ the Dagestan-born star advised.

TikTok sensation Hasbulla Magomedov, 19, (pictured) has shared some wise advice to people who 'are always complaining'

TikTok sensation Hasbulla Magomedov, 19, (pictured) has shared some wise advice to people who 'are always complaining'

TikTok sensation Hasbulla Magomedov, 19, (pictured) has shared some wise advice to people who ‘are always complaining’

Hasbulla shot to fame in late 2020 when he started posting videos on Instagram and TikTok of himself performing daring stunts and pranks.

With his unique appearance and confident attitude, Hasbulla soon amassed a huge online following including 2.1 million followers on Instagram and 4.7 billion views on TikTok.

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Despite his undeniable success, Hasbulla concedes that fame comes at a price.

Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald last week, the Dagestan-born star said: 'People are always complaining about things in life, but I try to enjoy every day and do the things I love.  You really have to stay positive'

Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald last week, the Dagestan-born star said: 'People are always complaining about things in life, but I try to enjoy every day and do the things I love.  You really have to stay positive'

Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald last week, the Dagestan-born star said: ‘People are always complaining about things in life, but I try to enjoy every day and do the things I love. You really have to stay positive’

Hasbulla shot to fame in late 2020 when he started posting videos on Instagram and TikTok of himself performing daring stunts and pranks

Hasbulla shot to fame in late 2020 when he started posting videos on Instagram and TikTok of himself performing daring stunts and pranks

Hasbulla shot to fame in late 2020 when he started posting videos on Instagram and TikTok of himself performing daring stunts and pranks

“Life, on the one hand, has become better, and on the other, it has become more complex,” he told The Sydney Morning Herald.

‘I think people can see I’ve worked hard to create a life for myself that I’m proud of, and I’m very grateful for my fans, and I support them too.’

As for his plans for visiting Australia, Hasbulla said he hopes to meet kangaroos and visit famous landmarks including Bondi Beach when he isn’t on stage delivering speeches.

As for his plans for visiting Australia, Hasbulla said he hopes to meet kangaroos and visit famous landmarks including Bondi Beach when he isn't on stage delivering speeches.

As for his plans for visiting Australia, Hasbulla said he hopes to meet kangaroos and visit famous landmarks including Bondi Beach when he isn't on stage delivering speeches.

As for his plans for visiting Australia, Hasbulla said he hopes to meet kangaroos and visit famous landmarks including Bondi Beach when he isn’t on stage delivering speeches.

Hasbulla recently confirmed via his touring company that he 'cannot pose with female guests' due to his 'personal and cultural beliefs'

Hasbulla recently confirmed via his touring company that he 'cannot pose with female guests' due to his 'personal and cultural beliefs'

Hasbulla recently confirmed via his touring company that he ‘cannot pose with female guests’ due to his ‘personal and cultural beliefs’

Hasbulla is scheduled to speak in Sydney on August 29 and 30, and Melbourne on August 31 and September 1.

The tour will also include an exclusive meet and greet with the social media star, with tickets for this event going on sale at 9am on June 30.

However, female fans hoping to get a photo with the viral sensation will unfortunately be left disappointed.

The exact nature of Hasbulla's religious views has not been disclosed, but some followers of Islam believe that men and women who are not married should not pose together in photos.

The exact nature of Hasbulla's religious views has not been disclosed, but some followers of Islam believe that men and women who are not married should not pose together in photos.

The exact nature of Hasbulla’s religious views has not been disclosed, but some followers of Islam believe that men and women who are not married should not pose together in photos.

Hasbulla recently confirmed via his touring company that he ‘cannot pose with female guests’ due to his ‘personal and cultural beliefs’.

To our female guests, if you would like to attend [the tour’s official] meet and greet with Hasbulla, you are welcome to do so, but please acknowledge the limitations of photography,’ the statement from The Hour Group reads.

We understand the disappointment this creates. However, we respectfully acknowledge the cultural and personal beliefs of Hasbulla and have to accommodate his requests accordingly.’

Chris Tamblin, the co-founder of The Hour Group, said: 'Traditionally, Hasbulla has not conducted many public appearances.  We, The Hour Group, are honored to be bringing him down to Australia for what will be a fun and eventful tour'

Chris Tamblin, the co-founder of The Hour Group, said: 'Traditionally, Hasbulla has not conducted many public appearances.  We, The Hour Group, are honored to be bringing him down to Australia for what will be a fun and eventful tour'

Chris Tamblin, the co-founder of The Hour Group, said: ‘Traditionally, Hasbulla has not conducted many public appearances. We, The Hour Group, are honored to be bringing him down to Australia for what will be a fun and eventful tour’

The exact nature of Hasbulla’s religious views has not been disclosed, but some followers of Islam believe that men and women who are not married should not pose together in photos in certain circumstances.

I am very excited to be heading to Australia, I can’t wait to see all my Aussie fans and visit these amazing cities. I’ve heard so many great things about Australia. I’m looking forward to all the great experiences your country has to offer,’ Hasbulla said.

Chris Tamblin, the co-founder of The Hour Group, said: ‘Traditionally, Hasbulla has not conducted many public appearances. We, The Hour Group, are honored to be bringing him down to Australia for what will be a fun and eventful tour.’

Hasbulla was born with Growth Hormone Deficiency, a condition known as dwarfism, causing him to have an abnormally short stature with normal body proportions.

Hasbulla was born with Growth Hormone Deficiency, a condition known as dwarfism, causing him to have an abnormally short stature with normal body proportions.

Hasbulla was born with Growth Hormone Deficiency, a condition known as dwarfism, causing him to have an abnormally short stature with normal body proportions.

Hasbulla's newfound fame helped him befriend Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov (right), which led to fans nicknaming him 'Mini Khabib'

Hasbulla's newfound fame helped him befriend Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov (right), which led to fans nicknaming him 'Mini Khabib'

Hasbulla’s newfound fame helped him befriend Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov (right), which led to fans nicknaming him ‘Mini Khabib’

Hasbulla was born with Growth Hormone Deficiency, a condition known as dwarfism, causing him to have an abnormally short stature with normal body proportions.

Since finding fame, Hasbulla has attracted attention by challenging prominent UFC stars to fights, including MMA champion Conor McGregor.

He has also befriended Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov, which led to fans nicknaming him ‘Mini Khabib’.

In December 2021, he dipped his toe into the fledgling NFT market by launching a cartoon that resembled himself.

In December 2021, Hasbulla dipped his toe into the fledgling NFT market by launching a cartoon that resembled himself

In December 2021, Hasbulla dipped his toe into the fledgling NFT market by launching a cartoon that resembled himself

In December 2021, Hasbulla dipped his toe into the fledgling NFT market by launching a cartoon that resembled himself

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