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Brothers go viral on TikTok for videos on inflation

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Jojo and Nicky Scarlotta, twin brothers from Staten Island, celebrated their 25th birthdays while gaining popularity on social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram.

Jojo’s videos, often discussing inflation and everyday struggles, have resonated with many, earning him a large following.

“What I did notice under the Biden administration was that gas, the price of housing, almost everything that you could name under the sun’s gone up — the car insurance, you know what I mean?” Scarlotta said.

“And it’s very, very hard because I don’t know what they expect, you know, the working class, the middle class to do. You know [the] people who have just one income. How do they expect people to survive?”

Family plays a significant role in Jojo’s content, with his father and brother making frequent appearances.

His videos addressing rising prices, including car insurance, have received millions of views.

Jojo emphasized the importance of affordability and hard work, drawing inspiration from his family’s work ethic.

“My father, my mother, they’ve been working my entire life, too. My father can work two or three jobs my entire life. He instilled that in us at a very early age. So we all know what it is to work very hard for a dollar,” he said.

“And to be honest, just a lot of conversations at the dinner table of my mom and my father talking about prices, my father and his brother, my Uncle Tony, talking about prices, how pastrami went from $12.99 to $13.99 a pound, how sliced honey turkey went from $8.99 to $10.99.”

Despite their growing success, the brothers have more plans for 2024.

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