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Hali’a Beamer Wiki, Biography, Age, Career

Hali’a Beamer is an American social media star best known for her comedic videos and lip-sync videos on the video-sharing platform TikTok. Hali’a first started her social media career on the video sharing platform Musical.ly, which later became known as TikTok. She has more than 760.3 million lifetime likes on her account and 7.1 million of followers. 

Hali’a launched her music career in 2020 with the release of her song “Ride Slow.” She later followed it up with the song “Lost” and “Go Away.”

Hali’a Beamer was born on April 4, 2005 in Oahu, Hawaii, the United States to mother Beth and father Alik’a Beamer. Her parents are Hawaiian, Filipino and Irish descent. Hali’a has three older brothers as well: Kanai, Laakea, and Kahiau Beamer.

As of September 2021, Hali’a Beamer has more than 1 million followers on Instagram, 7.1 million followers on TikTok,  4,031  followers on Twitter and 430,000 subscribers on YouTube. 

Hali’a first started her social media career on the video sharing platform Musical.ly, which later became known as TikTok. She runs her account under the name @aloha_halia, and has garnered millions of followers on her account. She has more than 760.3 million lifetime likes on her account. 

The social media star is best known for her lip-sync videos, particularly to songs by pop artists like Ariana Grande and Snoop Dogg. One of her early viral videos on TikTok was set to the song “Work from Home” by Fifth Harmony, featuring Ty Dolla Sign. 

Hali’a launched her music career in 2020 with the release of her song “Ride Slow.” She later followed it up with the song “Lost” and “Go Away.” 

Since 2016 Halia is exclusively represented by Livewave Inc Management. 

Hali’a has kept her personal life more private and does not reveal whether she is dating anyone.

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