Peet Montzingo, Trombone, Huffpost

Peet Montzingo, Trombone

TikToker Soundtracks Mom’s Life With Trombone, And It’s Hilariously Wholesome


27/7/2021 6:55:00 PM


“My mom gets so annoyed when she wakes up and sees me hovering over her with a trombone,” Peet Montzingo told HuffPost.

,” to shock her out of her slumber. He blasts “When You Wish Upon a Star” when Vicki’s out in the yard trying to pet a squirrel like a Disney princess.“My mom gets so annoyed when she wakes up and sees me hovering over her with a trombone,” Montzingo said. “But low key, I know she loves it and she’s excited to see what I do with it.”

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His videos, which Montzingo describes as “whimsical,” became so popular that last week a montage of his greatest hits went viral on Twitter.This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.Update your settings here to see it.Montzingo said these videos tend to “go viral again every couple of months.” And he has a theory about why they’re so popular.

“It’s a sweet little mom being harassed by her 6-foot-1 redhead son with a trombone,” Montzingo said. “I think the bond that me and my mom have where we both laugh about it together makes the dynamic really entertaining.”Although most enjoy the good wholesome fun that the videos provide, there are plenty of comments on social media criticizing Montzingo for not helping his mom out with chores, which is what she’s doing in the majority of the sound-effect TikToks. This disapproval is sometimes amplified by those who think Montzingo should be helping out more due to Vicki’s dwarfism.

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