She became famous for dancing "coughing" and now he uses Tiktok to teach catechism

Judith’s adolescence was not easy. He weighed 118 kilos, he was bullied at school and his self-esteem was so affected that he hurt himself. The change in her sister’s attitude, after a spiritual retreat, surprised her and she also wanted to have “that same gleam of joy in her eyes.”

The road was complex. Judith had to fight her own dreams first. On her YouTube channel, where she is about to reach 10,000 subscribers, she said that when she was little she wanted to be president of Mexico, then she thought about being a scientist and “revolutionizing the world.” He even studied biotechnology, but deep down inside he knew that he had to “overcome fear” to have the life he was looking for, and he succeeded.

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Since she was 25 years old, she has been a member of the Missionaries of Jesus the Priest, located in Irapuato, in the state of Guanajuato, in Mexico. Last year everything changed for her: in the middle of her quarantine, she went viral after sharing a video dancing to the song “Tusa”, the success of Karol G and Nicki Minaj, but in a Christian version.

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“That afternoon I was upset because the pandemic had canceled the beach vacation that I had been waiting for so long and I started recording. My intention was not to be a tiktoker, ”Judith said in a dialogue with TN.com.ar.

It quickly had an impact, and in the face of so many notifications on its networks, it assures that it felt “afraid that the content would be mocked or used as obscene material.” However, the support of the Congregation was key to guide her: “They were helping me in the discernment process, to find out what I wanted to communicate,” said the young woman known in the virtual world as Judith de Jesús Priest.

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