This Bali-based foreigner is ‘looking for a wife’ to spend all of his money

Screengrab: @kenalcindior on TikTok
Screengrab: @kenalcindior on TikTok

Whether it was a serious plea or just for laughs, this man’s TikTok video in which he said he was looking for a wife in Bali has gone viral, with tons of comments from ladies expressing interest in being his life partner.

A TikTok video uploaded by Ken Alcindior, a digital creator based in Bali, went viral on social media, particularly on local community accounts. The video, which was uploaded five days ago, showed Alcindior shirtless on a beach and leaning on a rock, seductively saying that he is “looking for a wife.”

“Attention, attention! My name is Ken. [I] have lived in Indonesia for five years. Now, [I’m] looking for a wife to spend [all of] my money,” he spoke in Indonesian while flashing his teeth.

It was not clear whether Alcindior did this for kicks or if he’s genuinely looking for a wife. 

Coconuts has reached out to Alcindior for comment and may update this article should we hear from him.

One thing’s for sure: Alcindior has received quite a great deal of interest. Many social media accounts have shared his video, which he screengrabbed and shared on his Instagram stories with a facepalm emoji. 

The Tiktok video itself has received 370,300 likes and 37,400 comments by the time of this article’s publication. At least 10,600 people have shared the video.

Alcindior also replied to some of the cheeky comments. One TikTok user, @monalisa, asked him how much money he has, and Alcindior simply replied “a lot” with a wink emoji. 

Even Alcindior’s latest Instagram post got flooded with thirsty comments from people reacting to the video, many of whom offered themselves to be Alcindior’s partner.

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