TikToker With '666' Tattoo Allegedly Harassed by Man Asking if She 'Knows Jesus'

A frustrated TikToker documented her experience with her alleged harasser—an apparently devout Christian who took issue with her prominent "666" tattoo.

The controversial 666 sequence is often associated with Satan. However, as @kamiazmi explains in her video, the number has its own meaning for her. Speaking about her tattoo, she says in the clip: "This isn't satanic. It's an angel number."

For those that believe in numerology, "angel numbers" are "a sign from the divine (whatever you call it—God, a source, your higher self, the universe, etc.) that you're on the right track," according to Cosmopolitan. Found as a sequence of repeating digits (such as "666"), angel numbers are "simply...a sign of support and affirmation."

Regardless, the man featured in the video seemed to have his own ideas about the TikToker's tattoo.

The clip begins with @kamiazmi and the alleged harasser mid-conversation. He can be heard telling her: "I can see the 666 on there, I know what it means." He goes on to call it a "demon possession."

Man Getting 666 Tattoo
A Tiktoker went viral after recording a confrontation with a man who harassed her over her "666" tattoo. Here, a man is seen getting a "666" tattoo inked on his arm in 2007. ELMER MARTINEZ/AFP/Getty Images

The TikToker isn't having it. She tells him: "I think you need to walk away."

"Do you know Jesus?" he responds.

"Really, you need to walk away," she says. "Before I get my boyfriend."

When he persists, she threatens to report him for harassment.

"Yeah, I don't want your Bible," she adds. "I know what 666 means to me. I'd like it if you walk away."

"I just wanted to see if you're okay," he says.

Finally, the man complies with the TikToker's request and leaves.

In the second part of the video, @kamiazmi explains the context of the incident, noting that the man asked if she was "okay" when he first approached her outside her apartment building.

She said that he then mentioned that he worked for her building and was "aware of things going on in the community" like "trafficking"—ostensibly asking if she was a victim of sex trafficking.

She explained that she was fine, but the man, seeing her 666 tattoo, in addition to her skateboard that features an upside-down cross, tried to offer her a Bible.

"Before I started filming, he was just...not leaving me the f*** alone," she says in the video.

The video has since gone moderately viral on the app, amassing over 176,000 views since it was first posted two days ago. The majority of commenters expressed support for the TikToker, with many praising how she handled the situation.

"Handled that flawlessly! I can't be calm when someone angers me like that. That's inspiring!" wrote one commenter.

A number of Christian viewers made it clear that the man's behavior didn't reflect their viewpoints. "As a Christian dang I'm disappointed... like let a girl live," reads one response to the video.

Newsweek reached out to @kamiazmi for comment but did not hear back in time for publication.