A TikTok user by the name of @livvvdivvv went viral recently after sharing a video where she revealed that she had matched with the founder of Fitbit, James Park.

She shared a video to TikTok where she proved that she had matched with the CEO and displayed his dating app profile.

The video then showed her googling his networth and realising it’s a whopping $660 million.

But here’s where the situation becomes particularly suss: this screenshot is all we have of the spicy TikTok because it’s mysteriously been scrubbed from the internet.

His dating app profile proudly displays that he’s the CEO and Co-Founder of Fitbit and a Harvard dropout. He’s 44-years-old, was 28 miles away from Liv at the time of matching and appeared to super like her (a Tinder tool that ensures the other person sees your account, regardless of whether or not they’ve swiped on you).

I’ve just had a peek at her TikTok profile and only one video is still on there.

Hm….

@livvvdivvv has 305 followers on TikTok and hails from the Bay Area, which I’m assuming means San Francisco in California.

James Park was ranked #29 in the magazine’s America’s Richest Entrepreneurs Under 40 in 2015, along with the 2015 Fortune magazine’s 40 Under 40, an annual ranking of the most influential young people in business.

Forbes estimated that Park made $150 million before taxes when Fitbit was acquired by Google in 2019, which means he has a pretty handsome bank account, which @livvvdivvv gushed about in the now-deleted video.

But where on earth did the TikTok vid go? Much to ponder…