Shop owner ‘banned from TikTok’ after selling Prime drinks for £100 per bottle

A viral off-licence owner claims he's been banned from TikTok after hiking up the prices of Prime energy drinks to £100 per bottle.

Mohammad Azar Nazir, owner of Wakey Wines, Wakefield has become well known for the videos he films at his shop with his pal Abdul and customers.

But the bloke says he's been hit with a ban on his TikTok account, which had over 500,000 followers, after sharing a series of videos where he had been selling KSI and Logan Paul's Prime drinks for £100 a can.

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The drinks have caused a craze that's swept the nation as people have been queuing at Asda and Aldi to buy the bottles and cans for £2.

However, in some of Nazir's videos, he has claimed people have spent over £20 per bottle at his shop in videos that he has now described as a bit of "fun" as he was "trying to run his business".

In a post on Instagram, he wrote: "Hi guys, today there is a well-known influencer trying to tarnish my business I have been building up for years.

"I have now been banned off TikTok at 500k I've been working so hard for this. All of my videos are all for fun, I saw a business idea with WFD sweets just like any other businessman and I took the opportunity.

"Some jealous horrible people. Please report these posts and help me! Thank you to my fans always, Wakey Wines."

Some fans took to the comments in support of Wakey Wines as they said Nazir should be able to get his account back.

One commented: "Let the haters hate, keep doing your thing “what’s the best shop in wakeyyy.”

Another said: "Respect the hustle."

However, other viewers thought the price hikes on Prime were 'outrageous' and have been demanding that he face consequences for it.

One user argued: "Wakey Wines, my man is charging people 20 quid per Prime.

"Why is she doing this? No, do not pay that much for prime, I know people want prime OK, just wait or camp out at Asda nice and early, get in Asda nice and early and pay £2, OK, £2 for prime.

"£2 is way better than £25 bro, why. Come on man this is outrageous. You should not be paying £25 for one bottle of prime."


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