Jason Derulo, who's known as the unofficial "King of TikTok," isn't too worried that President Trump will actually ban the popular video-sharing app.
On Thursday, Trump said he would start banning TikTok in 45 days if the social media company isn't acquired by a United States-based company.
Jason is skeptical.
"I don't believe that will be the case, honestly, but that would be a sad day for a lot of people, including myself," he told Page Six. "I just have a lot of fun on the app, so it would be pretty sad, but I don't think it's going to happen."
Trump said TikTok, which is currently owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, is a threat to national security.
"I think a lot of people tap our phones, so you're damned if you do, you're damned if you don't," Jason said, noting that he suddenly sees ads for things he randomly talks about. "I'll say, 'Man, I should really shave,' and it'll be like, 'Here's our new shaver.'"
Some believe that Trump's feelings about TikTok are more personal. An army of TikTok users claim to have sabotaged the President's Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally in June by getting free tickets and never using them, creating a sea of empty seats. An adjacent outdoor rally was also canceled. Additionally, Sarah Cooper, one of TikTok's top stars, often gets millions of views for her videos mocking Trump. Last week, Vogue ran a story with the headline "Is Sarah Cooper the Reason Donald Trump Wants to Ban TikTok?"
Jason's antics are far less political. Earlier this year, he went viral after purportedly chipping his tooth during a corncob drill challenge. Many wondered if he actually chipped his tooth, though.
He remains coy on the subject: "The world may never know," he said. "I got my smile, so I'm lit right now."