TikTok star Hasbulla says he is ‘too young’ to date despite being 19


Three-foot-three TikTok star Hasbulla says he is ‘too YOUNG’ to date despite being 19… after refusing to pose for photos with women due to his religious beliefs

TikTok celebrity Hasbulla Magomedov has revealed he isn’t ready to start dating yet despite being 19 years old.

The 3’3″ social media star, who has dwarfism and is known for his child-like appearance, was asked on The Kyle and Jackie O Show whether he wanted ‘to get married one day’.

Noting how Hasbulla is a ‘very popular young man’, radio host Kyle Sandilands also asked what sort of woman he’d be interested in.

Hasbulla Magomedov, 19, made an appearance on KIIS FM’s Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday as he enjoys his trip Down Under

His burly Russian interpreter translated the question, then relayed his answer: ‘I will think about it later. I am too young.’

Hasbulla arrived in Australia last month for his first-ever speaking tour.

But women hoping to get a photo with the Dagestan-born viral sensation were unfortunately left disappointed. 

The TikTok star revealed on the breakfast radio show he is 'too young' to date despite being 19 years old

The TikTok star revealed on the breakfast radio show he is ‘too young’ to date despite being 19 years old 

Hasbulla confirmed via his touring company 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 read.

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

It came as host Kyle Sandilands, 51, (pictured) attempted to delve into his personal romantic life, saying: ‘You’re a very popular young man. Do you want to get married one day?’ Hasbulla’s translator relayed the question and he answered: ‘I will think about it later. I am too young’

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.

He spoke in Sydney on August 29 and 30, and in Melbourne on August 31, with his last engagement scheduled in the city for September 1.

The tour includes an exclusive meet and greet with Hasbulla.

The social media influencer arrived in Australia last month for his first-ever speaking tour. But female fans hoping to get a photo with the Dagestan-born viral sensation were unfortunately left disappointed

The social media influencer arrived in Australia last month for his first-ever speaking tour. But female fans hoping to get a photo with the Dagestan-born viral sensation were unfortunately left disappointed 

‘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.

Hasbulla shot to fame in late 2020 when he began 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.

Hasbulla, who has Growth Hormone Deficiency and is known for his child-like appearance, confirmed via his touring company he 'cannot pose with female guests' due to his 'personal and cultural beliefs'

Hasbulla, who has Growth Hormone Deficiency and is known for his child-like appearance, confirmed via his touring company he ‘cannot pose with female guests’ due to his ‘personal and cultural beliefs’ 

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

 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

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