A TikTok influencer is encouraging his followers to report strippers on the platform to the IRS

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In the TikTok video, Lex told her parents that being a stripper doesn’t mean that she is ‘pregnant or in danger.’ Getty Images

Ethan Keiser, a TikTok influencer with 840,000 followers on the app, claimed he is making money by reporting strippers to the IRS whistleblower page.

In a recent video, Keiser walked his followers through the steps of reporting strippers to the IRS.

He included a screenshot of the whistleblower page on the IRS website and explained that anyone can earn 30% of their money if they are not paying taxes, according to Rolling Stone.

He has been pivoting from his normal content in recent weeks and has instead been posting videos encouraging followers to follow suit and report strippers on TikTok to the IRS under the false pretense that strippers don’t pay taxes, Rolling Stone reported.

“It’s business, baby,” he said in a video.

The influencer claimed to make $US60,000 ($AU81,733) per month by “snitching” on TikTok strippers to the IRS.

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