YouTuber Lilly Singh Celebrates Her Birthday With A Hilarious Cake
YouTuber Lilly Singh recently celebrated her 32nd birthday, and was surprised with a hilarious birthday cake that shows the pains of growing up. The cake is a tribute to back pains, knee pains that people often feel with their growing age.
The social media star shared three images of the cake, a replica of the pain-relieving ointment Tiger Balm, on Instagram. She wrote, “Was told that my surprise birthday cake “was totally me” and it did not disappoint. Not an ad, just a reality of getting old. Tiger Balm is my jam!!! If you know, you know. Y'all can laugh but guess whose shoulders are NOT hurting right now.... THIS GIRL (also Tiger Balm if you see this, plz send me product, k love you bye)”.
Was told that my surprise birthday cake “was totally me” and it did not disappoint. ???? Not an ad, just a reality of getting old. Tiger Balm is my jam!!! If you know, you know. Y'all can laugh but guess whose shoulders are NOT hurting right now.... THIS GIRL ????????♀️(also Tiger Balm if you see this, plz send me product, k love you bye)
The Instagram image posted by Singh garnered 4,03,397 likes with more than 5,000 comments.
Who is Lilly Singh?
Lilly Singh is a Canadian YouTuber, actress, and talk show host. She was born in the Scarborough district of Toronto, Ontario to parents Malwinder Kaur and Sukhwinder Singh. Her parents belong from Hoshiyarpur, Punjab. Singh makes videos on her personal life.
Singh has been active on YouTube since 2010. Till 2019, she was active under the pseudonym ‘Superwoman'. Last year, however, she left her ‘Superwoman' tag.
Currently, Singh has almost 15 million subscribers on YouTube. Apart from YouTube, she has also written a book "How To Be A Bawse: A Guide To Conquering Life". The book was released in March 2017, and it also became the No. 1 in the NewYork bestseller list. In 2017, the book also won an award for the best non-fiction read at the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards.
Singh has also appeared in movies and TV series such as Gulaab Gang, Dr. Cabbie, A Trip To Unicorn Island, Bad Moms, Medical Police, America's Got Talent, Red Nose Day, and more.
Rounak is a free-thinking, cool, and simple guy. He likes to read and write about world politics and sports. He also loves to play cricket and badminton. In his free time, Rounak enjoys playing chess, and watching comedy movies and shows. He is fond of eating north Indian dishes and Bengali sweets.