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Dalai Lama “Suck My Tongue” Boy Video Confirmed AUTHENTIC!

Yesterday, we brought you a story about the Dalai Lama telling a little boy to “suck my tongue”.

Sick, perverted, pedo type stuff!

But we also said yesterday that we were not able to independently verify the authenticity of the video.

In today’s world, it could potentially be a Deep Fake.

So we were careful to make that clear in our reporting.

Today all doubt was removed as the Dalai Lama apologized for his behavior, thereby confirming the authenticity and veracity of the video.

Oh my!

In case you haven’t seen it yet, watch here — and warning, it’s sick stuff!

They are all revealing themselves (as demons?):

Who does this?

Here is the official Dalai Lama Twitter account apologizing for the video:

Ummm, excuse my Your Hellishness, errrrrr, I mean “Holiness”…..but um it was not hurtful words or teasing that people are upset about.

We’re upset that you told a little 7 year old boy to “suck your tongue” and then you stuck your tongue out centimeters from his face!

And that all happened right after you kissed him on the lips!

Oh, and the video abruptly ends, so we don’t actually know if the boy did “suck your tongue” as you requested.

Is this pedo behavior?

Meanwhile, it perfect irony, here is an old video of the Dalai Lama telling a reporter that Donald Trump lacks moral principle.


Even CNN has confirmed:


The Dalai Lama has apologized after a video emerged showing the spiritual leader kissing a child on the lips and then asking him to “suck my tongue” at an event in northern India.

In a statement Monday, the office for the Dalai Lama said he “wishes to apologize to the boy and his family, as well as his many friends across the world, for the hurt his words may have caused,” adding he “regrets” the incident.

“His Holiness often teases people he meets in an innocent and playful way, even in public and before cameras,” the statement said.

His apology comes after a video of the exchange, which took place during an event in the hillside city of Dharamshala in February, went viral on social media with many users criticizing the Dalai Lama’s actions.

In the video, the young boy can be seen approaching the Nobel Peace Prize winner before asking, “Can I hug you?”

The 87-year-old spiritual leader then invites the boy on stage and points to his cheek and says, “first here,” prompting the boy to give him a hug and a kiss.

If there weren’t cameras, where do you think the “sucking” would have gone next?

Don’t answer that.

Here was our original report from yesterday:

Viral Video of Dalai Lama Appearing to Ask Male Child to “Suck My Tongue” Sparks Massive Outrage

WARNING – The video below is extremely shocking and disturbing.
Viewer discretion is advised!




In a viral video, the Dalai Lama is seen making advances on a male child at reportedly some type of Buddhist event.

The Dalai Lama is first seen kissing the child on the lips.

Next, he asks the child to “suck my tongue” and sticks his tongue out.

The disgusting video, which has garnered millions of views, has sparked massive outrage online.

To be clear: WLTR cannot confirm the location or date of the video, or its authenticity.

According to reports, the staff of the Dalai Lama has not responded to questions about the widely-circulated footage.

“So the Dalai Lama is kissing an Indian boy at a Buddhist event and even tries to touch his tongue. He actually says ‘suck my tongue’ Now why would he do that?” Twitter user Joost Broekers said.

“This is an alarming scene! The Dalai Lama, who has had ties to NXIVM in the past, caught on camera trying to make advances to an Indian boy. You can clearly see the boy’s body language as he yanks back the first time, then throws his head upward as the Dalai-Lama says ‘SUCK MY TONGUE,'” Natly Denise said.

The disturbing video is below.
Again, viewer discretion is advised.




“Trigger warning: Pedophilia Dalai Lama calls up a minor boy, kisses him on lips, asks for a tongue kiss as well. Also, notice where he takes the boy’s hand. This is disgusting and appears to be a case of child molestation,” Twitter user Saif said.

Utterly shocked to see this display by the #DalaiLama. In the past too, he’s had to apologize for his sexist comments. But saying – Now suck my tongue to a small boy is disgusting,” Twitter user Sangita commented.

Numerous outlets reported that the video has sparked extreme vitriol.

From Tribune India:

A video of the Dalai Lama asking a minor boy to suck his tongue has gone viral on social media. The video has evoked strong reactions from Twitter users. The video shows the Dalai Lama kissing a minor boy on his lips when he leaned to pay him respect. He is also heard asking the boy to suck his tongue.

The period and authenticity of the video could not be ascertained as there was no reaction to it from the office of the Dalai Lama. The staff of the Dalai Lama did not respond to phone calls and WhatsApp messages to get reaction to video.

Hindustan Times commented:

A video depicting the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, purportedly kissing a boy on the lips and then requesting the child to “suck his tongue” has caused a public outcry. The widely circulated footage shows the Buddhist monk extending his tongue and asking the boy to suck on it during an interaction in which the child was paying his respects.

The venue and date of the event were not immediately clear.

NDTV added:

In 2019, the Dalai Lama had sparked a huge controversy for saying that if his successor were to be a woman, she should have to be “attractive”.

“If a female Dalai Lama comes, she should be more attractive,” he said.

The comments, which attracted criticism around the world, were made in an interview with the British broadcaster aired in 2019 from the Nobel peace prize winner’s exile in Dharamsala.

He had later apologised for his controversial comments.

Last month, the Dalai Lama had named a US-born Mongolian boy as the 10th Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa Rinpoche, the third highest rank in Tibetan Buddhism.


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