An online fright was started by a popular TikTok video. Only 10 seconds of footage and text overlays made up the video, which was uploaded by user @narvanator on January 8, 2023, and claimed the Mona Lisa was stolen in that year. This gave rise to the misconception that the well-known painting was stolen in violation of the law in 2023.
While Paris was the location for your point of view, the Mona Lisa was stolen.
There hasn’t been any Louvre-related news to date. Many readers also voiced displeasure and asked for further information in the comment section.
In a TikTok video, you can see a long line of police and ambulance vehicles. The video recording is relocated to the left side of the screen and sirens can be heard in the background. The Arc de Triomphe is visible in front while this section of the video is watched.
It’s unclear whether or not the Mona Lisa, a masterwork by Leonardo Da Vinci, was stolen. Many people actually think that the caption made reference to the Despicable Me series villain Gru. Actually, nobody stole the Mona Lisa from the Paris Louvre Museum.
With queries and skepticism, viewers flocked in the video’s comment area. The fact that the video’s creator did not offer an explanation after inciting such widespread alarm infuriated many people.
Miles, the antagonist in Rian Johnson’s film Glass Onion, was portrayed by Edward Norton. At the film, Miles stored an artwork he had taken out of the Louvre in his house, the Glass Onion. Twitter user @nayeonswife.v from the movie made a mocking reference to the painting being “in the glass onion yall” and cited Miles’ home.
Following @narvanator’s hazy TikTok video regarding the painting’s current state, worried individuals from all across the world have turned to the internet. Many people think that this raises questions about the original artwork’s continued existence despite the fact that it is reduced to ashes at the end of the movie.
A few enquiring new followers were gained after Twitter users confirmed the theft of the Mona Lisa.