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Man apologizes to Oprah for VOMITING in a drunken voice message

A New Jersey man has apologized to Oprah after leaving her a drunken voice message — in which he threw up. 

Ryan Finley shared the offending message on TikTok, showing how he had left a voice message for Oprah on her official Instagram account. 

In the recording, which last several seconds, a drunk-sounding Ryan can be heard saying, ‘Oprah… Oprah, I don’t feel too well,’ before vomiting audibly for several seconds.

Yuck! A New Jersey man has apologized to Oprah after leaving her a drunken voice message — in which he threw up

Ew! Ryan Finley shared a voice message with Oprah on Instagram at 4:17 a.m. He can be heard saying, 'Oprah... Oprah, I don't feel too well,' before vomiting audibly for several seconds

Ew! Ryan Finley shared a voice message with Oprah on Instagram at 4:17 a.m. He can be heard saying, ‘Oprah… Oprah, I don’t feel too well,’ before vomiting audibly for several seconds

Ryan shared the TikTok video in response to a prompt asking users to show themselves when they were drunk.

Appearing on screen, Ryan simply smiles and points to a direct message he sent to Oprah on Instagram at 4:17 a.m.

The message contained no text but a voice recording, in which Ryan woozily admitted he wasn’t feeling well before throwing up.  

‘I am so sorry, Oprah,’ Ryan wrote. 

Luckily for Oprah, it does not seem that she listened to the revolting message — and would be quite unlikely to do so, since she has 19 million followers and doesn’t follow Ryan.

He has shared the recording on TikTok and apologized to Oprah

However, he responded to a commenter, 'I thought she'd like it'

Viral: He has shared the recording on TikTok and apologized to Oprah

Other TikTok users have been amused by the video, which has earned over 1.2 million views.

‘Why were you thinking of Oprah while throwing up, I’m so intrigued,’ wrote one commenter.

‘I thought she’d like it,’ Ryan responded.

‘You simply needed emotional support and who is better than Oprah,’ commented another.

One more fan called it ‘the funniest TikTok I’ve seen in the past year,’ while another called it ‘exquisite.’ 

While the message was to Oprah’s personal account, the 67-year-old mogul recently unveiled a rebrand of O, The Oprah Magazine.

Ta-da! Te 67-year-old mogul recently unveiled a rebrand of O, The Oprah Magazine, which is now O Daily

Ta-da! Te 67-year-old mogul recently unveiled a rebrand of O, The Oprah Magazine, which is now O Daily

The Instagram account for O, The Oprah Magazine has changed to Oprah Daily, as Hearst announced the debut of oprahdaily.com, the O Quarterly print edition, and the membership-only community Oprah Insider.

Oprah Insider will cost subscribers $50 a year and will include exclusive articles, events, and a subscription to the print magazine. 

‘Much of my life’s work has been to inspire each and every one of you to live your best life. And I know that, now more than ever, that’s probably felt a lot easier said than done,’ Oprah said in the announcement.  

‘But I’ve always said and believed that if you’re watching nature — the trees, the blades of grass, the flowers blooming into their full vibrant beauty — you’ll see how simple it can be just to be your best self. The only actual thing required of you is to rise to the highest, fullest expression of yourself. That’s a journey for all of us.’

She said she is embarking on a ‘new chapter’ to ‘encourage you to rise to the occasion that is your life’.   

‘With Oprah Daily, my hope is that you will take the time out of your day — how little time is required — just to give something back to yourself every single day. To connect, to listen, to celebrate yourself and what matters most to you,’ she said. 

 


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