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Who is Kawasaki Cargo on TikTok?

Kawasaki Cargo is a trending search term and comment on TikTok.

It’s also known as Kawasaki Cargos, Kawasaki Cago, Kawazaki Sussy, or Kawaki.

Under some TikTok videos, users will post a comment telling people to not search for the term.

Here’s an example of a comment, “Don’t search for Kawasaki Cargo”.

These comments are meant to be reverse psychology to bait you into searching for the term.

In this article, you’ll learn who is Kawasaki Cargo on TikTok, its meaning, the girl, the meme, and more.

Who is Kawasaki Cargo on TikTok?

Kawasaki Cargo

Kawasaki Cargo on TikTok refers to the user, @kawasakicargo01.

The user posts scantily clad women dancing in front of a camera.

The user is most likely from South America as the caption of their account is in Spanish.

Here’s their caption, “Sígueme en mi cuenta secundaria porfavor kawasakicargo69 gracias por los 10K”.

Which translates to “Follow me on my secondary account please kawasakicargo69 thanks for the 10K”.

The user @kawasakicargo01 has over 100k followers while the user @kawasakicargo69 has over 7k followers.

A similar search term on TikTok is “Neon Brown“, which is an account that posts inappropriate deep fakes and AI-generated content.

These accounts violate the TikTok community guidelines under “Body Exposure” and will most likely be banned.

Hence, the owners of these accounts are making multiple accounts to bypass future bans.

Kawasaki Cargo went viral on TikTok after users started posting comments like “Don’t search for Kawasaki Cargo” on related TikTok videos.

These types of comments utilize reverse psychology as it makes people want to search for it even more out of curiosity.

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