TikTok star Griffin Johnson has amassed millions of followers for his charming good looks and fun social media dance moves, and the young mogul is soaking in all the information and experience he can while he continues to grow his business and expand into new territories.
22-year-old Johnson is best known as a co-founder of the Sway House, one of the first collective groups of influencers who all lived together in Los Angeles and created content on a daily basis.
Griffin Johnson was one of the Sway House fan-favorites, along with other TikTok stars like Josh Richards, Bryce Hall, Jaden Hossler, Noah Beck, Anthony Reeves, Kio Cyr and Quinton Griggs. However, Sway House came to an end in February 2021 and now Johnson is on a mission to prove that he can thrive while focused on a solo path.
He’s off to a good start, as Johnson has already taken on many roles outside of the Tik Tok world, including becoming an advisor at 305 Fitness, a YouTube brand focused on high-energy dance workout classes.
Although Sway House is no more, many of the guys are still close and Griffin Johnson has been working on some business deals with fellow Sway star, Josh Richards. The two recently invested in SportsHi, a social network that connects high school students to colleges and scholarships, and also pledged $20,000 in scholarships.
Griffin has also made investments in PYM stress relief gummies, a healthier type of coffee called, Super Coffee, and Health House, the first workout studio fully-dedicated to rowing classes.
Most recently, Griffin and his friends made a big investment to revive the Sillybandz craze of the 90s.
Griffin Johnson hails from Paris, Illinois and rose to fame on TikTok for dancing in his scrubs while he was studying to become a nurse. He is currently a full-time student at Indiana State University majoring in business carrying a 3.8+ GPA while juggling life as a social media personality, entrepreneur, host, angel investor, corporate consultant, musician, and actor.
Johnson, who has more than 20 million followers across all his platforms, has also been named by Business Insider as one of the 29 up-and-comers changing the world of venture capital.
He also writes articles about investing and being an entrepreneur. The kid does it all.
I wrote an article for @Newsweek:
Social Media Influencers: If You're Not Angel Investing, You're Not Forward-Thinkinghttps://t.co/kkgcaxDvjR
— Griffin Johnson (@lmgriffjohnson) February 27, 2021