A DESSERT shop in Buckinghamshire revealed the controversial TikTok celebrity Wakey Wines was coming to their shop this weekend for his ‘exclusive’ first visit in the South.

The owner of an off-licence in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, Mohammad Nazir shot to fame after he sold the popular Prime drink for up to £100 per bottle instead of the £1.99 recommended price tag.

The move attracted criticism from Prime's co-creator KSI aka Olajide Olatunji, who asked fans not to pay excessively for the hit drink.

Mohammad told his followers a week ago he had been banned from TikTok after a "well-known influencer" was trying to tarnish his business, he claimed on an Instagram post. 

However, he told Bucks Free Press yesterday he's back on TikTok. 

Now Mohammad is bringing ‘Wakey Wine’ fever to Chalfont St Peter on Sunday January 22 from 2pm to 6pm. 

The director Milkshakes UK Ryan Grover announced the TikTok legend was coming to the dessert takeaway shop on 44 High Street after demand from excited Bucks customers buying the Prime drink.

During the meet and greet, fans have a chance to take selfies with him, purchase his newly launched WFD sweets and KSI Prime drinks. 

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Following the launch of Prime in December, a hydration drink created by YouTube starts KSI and Logan Paul, shoppers reported scenes of carnage as fans tried to grab a bottle before it sold out.

Ryan said: “This is his first visit and after a telephone conversation he is really excited to come down south for the first time to be able to meet his fans.

“He also mentioned that he is giving us exclusivity in the area to sell his famous WFD sweets (1kg bags of mixed candy) which are currently going viral on TikTok and are also only currently sold in his shop in Wakefield. Now customers will have access to purchase these sweets in our area.”