Iowa Internet Celebrity KO’d By Cow?!? [WATCH]
But what did he think would happen?
Both human and animal are not hurt, and this was all done in good fun...
Eastern Iowa has fallen in love with one Tik Tok star and his bovine. Mason Corkery and his buddy Gucci the cow blew up on social media last year when the human half of the duo started sharing videos of their hilarious misadventures.
The initial video showed Corkery loading up Gucci into his truck and taking him for a spin. You can watch the video down below!
However, he really captured national interest when he started taking his steer to some of our favorite fast-food places. The video of Corkery taking Gucci to Dairy Queen has been viewed almost 12 million times on Tik Tok.
The animal is a hit everywhere they go! Corkery even took him out to the Benton County Fair in Vinton this summer. You can watch the full video with all of these sweet reactions down below!
A few weeks ago, the duo were spotted out the weekend of Halloween at a local bar. You can read more about that here!
In a recent series of videos, the duo was up to their usual shenanigans. This time around, someone ended up getting hurt. Corkery shared two videos on his Tik Tok channel earlier this month of him playing with Gucci.
The first video sees the Jesup man play fighting with the animal. Everything seems very safe and normal, and no one appears to be hurt.
You can watch that video down below!
In the follow-up, Corkery appears to launch himself in the air in the direction of Gucci. As he starts to stick the landing, you can see the Jesup man's face connect with what appears to be a pole in the ground.
At first glance, you'd think he made contact with Gucci's hoof. After watching this video several times, you can see the white pole hit him right in the eye. Corkery got a pretty bad shiner from the incident but seems like he's alright otherwise.
Check out the full video down below!
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