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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins TikTok with a low key account

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For celebrities, social media is a great way of interacting with fans all over the world. They can not only get in touch with a larger group of admirers, they can avoid the hassle of getting into crowds as well. Many celebs are quite upfront about it, with their official accounts on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and so on. Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, however, decided to surprise her fans in a low-key way.

 
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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins TikTok with a low key account

The 23-year-old actress debuted on the social media platform TikTok with an un-official account. Williams seems to be the latest celebrity to join up, under the username ‘lil.hustla.’ Her account has already managed to get over 340,000 followers. She already has 10 million followers on her official Instagram account. Although some have dubbed it ‘TikTok’s best-kept secret,’ it seems like the cat is already out of the bag. As some of the star’s videos have up to five million views.

While lil.hustla does appear to be Maisie Williams’ actual account as her Instagram account is linked in the profile, she’s not currently verified. Regardless, the lowkey account has certainly been entertaining fans of the star.

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