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Sartorius was born in Oklahoma on October 2, 2002. Shortly after his birth, he was adopted and moved to Virginia because his birth parents were unable to take care of him. He was raised in Reston, Virginia by his adoptive parents. At age 7, Sartorius began acting in musicals, where he discovered his love for performing but caused people to bully him.
In 2014, Sartorius uploaded his first online video to Vine at 11 years old. The video, which was a message about anti-bullying, went viral and began his fame on social media. After regularly posting videos to Vine, Sartorius became mildly popular on the app. Later that year, Sartorius joined Musical.ly where his online fame took off. His lip-syncing videos on the app became very popular and led him to become one of the app’s top stars with over 14 million followers.[better source needed]
Sartorius’ newfound fame worsened the bullying at school. In 2016, Sartorius admitted he had to switch schools three different times in 2015 due to getting “verbally attacked, pushed, and teased” by classmates. Social media offered him an escape from bullying, with Sartorius stating: “Before Musical.ly, I wasn’t the most outgoing. The app helped me goof off. It’s like no one is watching besides the camera.”