"The answer is yes he can," Monique Meza revealed in the clip, which has gained more than 30 million views on TikTok
A young man has captured the attention of millions on TikTok by successfully mimicking his mom's appearance.
Jiovanni Herrera, 21, recently went viral for dressing up as his mother Monique Meza, 41, and attempting to see if he could pass as her while using her identification card, according to Today.
Herrera donned a wig and some of his mom’s clothing — including a pair of skinny jeans, a maroon sweatshirt and some stylish accessories — before strutting his stuff in the popular clip.
To make the costume as realistic as possible, the young man even made it appear that he had breasts.
“My son wanted to see if he could pass as me,” Meza wrote in the video. She added, “The answer is yes he can.”
Herrera was able to fool a store clerk with his costume, according to Today.
Meza reposted the original video, which has received about 2.7 million views as of publication, to include the Reba McEntire song, “I’m a Survivor,” after viewers begged her to do so.
In another video posted two days after the original, Meza and Herrera seemingly fooled a waiter at a restaurant into believing they were the same person.
The waiter was eventually let in on the prank and he told the duo, with a laugh, “You guys look alike! I’m shook!”
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As of late Monday afternoon, the restaurant video has been viewed nearly 30 million times.
Meza told Today she and her son look more alike “the older he gets.” The content creator believes they have the “same shape face” and very similar noses.
Now, Meza is excited to share her passion for content creation with her son.
"I've been doing this for eight years and he's never wanted to do videos with me,” she told the outlet, “but now he's totally on board and is asking to make more!”
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