I don’t wear a bra – men say there is life in my shirts but it’s the sound when I run people are most preoccupied with | The Sun

A PROUD member of the no-bra club has left her social media followers questioning the sound she makes when she runs.

The hashtag #nobra has been viewed over 540million times on TikTok as women are choosing to ditch the bra in a move to reject norms and embrace comfort and natural body shapes.

Now, TikToker Coco (@priceless_love96) from Fort Lauderdale, Florida has joined in the recent trend.

The 26-year-old posted a video of herself in sweatpants, a pink crop top, and no bra for her more than 127,000 followers.

She can be seen running down the stairs with her hair wrapped up in a towel as the caption reads: "Morning TikTok."

As Coco descends the staircase, her bust moves naturally with her body and appears to make an odd clapping sound.

Yet the sound apparently confused viewers, sending several to the comments to debate it.

One person asked: "What's that noise?"

While another offered a guess in the form of a question: "Who's that clapping in the background?"

Other commenters debated the authenticity of the noise.

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A woman replied to the question asking who was clapping by saying: "It's the sound duh."

The person who asked the question responded: "Ehh no it's not."

Another added that the video is just "a joke."

One man praised her assets, saying: "Yes, there is life in the shirt."

And another fan offered praise for the effect, saying: "It's the sound of happiness."

A quick scan of Coco's video shows that she used an original clapping sound from user Kevin and Toffee (@kevjd87) that's appeared on over 4,500 videos to date.

The sound has become popular to use in clips of TikTokers walking or running down a flight of stairs.

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