TikTok Star Naim Darrechi Condemns Abortion: “A Life is Being Taken Away”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jun 9, 2021   |   6:25PM   |   Washington, DC

Teenage social media star Naim Darrechi recently became a strong voice for life to his 26 million followers.

Aleteia reports the 19-year-old from Mallorca, Spain is popular on the social media site TikTok where he creates short, entertaining videos about his life, music, dancing, jokes and more.

In May, however, Darrechi brought up the serious, controversial topic of abortion on his videos, and he advocated for life, according to the report.

“Naim, what do you think about abortion?” he asked in his first video on the topic, dated May 19. “An abortion is interrupting a life. When a woman is pregnant, if she doesn’t take anything, if she doesn’t abort, the natural cycle is going to make a life emerge.”

Later, he continued: “It’s not the question of whether [the baby] suffers or not. The question is that a life is being taken away. A life that society has disregarded.”

After praise and criticism of his first pro-life video began flooding in, Darrechi responded with more.

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When someone asked what he would do if his girlfriend became pregnant, he responded: “I would be a dad without hesitation. You give me a child, and I’ll fall in love with it.”

“If you got pregnant [without wanting to], well, you screwed up … but don’t kill the baby, okay?” Darrechi continued.

The young man even broached the difficult topic of rape and abortion, according to the report.

“Let’s stop for a moment and think, please, before you throw stones at me,” Darrechi said in one of his videos. “What guilt does the person you’re carrying in this case have? Do you really think [the baby is] going to be a bad person? Wouldn’t it be better to give [the pregnant girl] a very large state compensation for the damages and for the psychological help she’s going to need? Putting another trauma on her and not helping her is not the solution.”

He said abortion in cases of rape is not the answer because “the baby isn’t to blame for any of it.”

Darrechi encouraged his young followers to look forward to parenthood and cherish the children who they will have someday.

“Giving life to someone, and on top of that having the responsibility of raising them, and being able to teach them and guide them, is the most beautiful and precious thing in the world,” he said.