SHE was near the end of her pregnancies and had the bump to prove that.
Angie Faith had another neat trick that she showed off to TikTok earlier in the year: being able “deflate” her bump.
The social media platform posted a video in which she wore a T shirt and low-slung pants, while her bump was full-showing.
As a sound like a balloon was being popped, she started to suck her stomach in, making it almost disappear.
She captioned the video, “Trying this 40-weeks pregnant,” at the time.
The trick was amazing, but people were quick to ask if the baby was affected. One commenter wrote: “Is the baby okay?”
“Is the baby safe?” Another question.
She replied, “Wouldn’t ever do anything if it hurt him,” in another video while she held her son.
“I did this together with my daughter, and my waters went sour,” another added.
“I was also able to do it, one second I had an enormous bump and the next my body didn’t look pregnant at any point,” wrote a third.
“WHAT?? “WHAT??!” Another comment was added.
Another person asked “what!” Is that possible? I have so many questions.”
Others wondered if the video was fake. Angie had in fact done it in reverse. She sucked her stomach in rather than sticking it out.
She shared another video at 30 weeks showing her doing the same thing to prove that she was not a naysayer.
“Since my other one was believed by no one, I made this one at 30 weeks,” she wrote.