The account is not yet verified but uses the handle "@finkd", which is the same as Zuckerberg's handle on Twitter. The account has a modest 4,055 followers without any post.
The account currently follows 61 celebrities like Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez, but mostly TikTok superstars like Loren Gray and Jacob Sartorius.
The report said that in 2016, Zuckerberg invited Musical.ly cofounder Alex Zhu to Facebook's Menlo Park headquarters in California but the talks did not materialise.
In 2017, Musical.ly was bought by Chinese tech giant ByteDance for around $800 million and merged with its existing short-form video app Douyin to form TikTok which has over 800 million users globally, including 200 million in India.
To take on TikTok's growing popularity, Facebook-owned Instagram has launched a new video-music remix feature called "Reels".
"Reels" will let users make 15-second video clips set to music and share them as Stories.
Just like TikTok, users can soundtrack their 'Reels' with a huge catalog of music, or borrow the audio from anyone else's video to create a remix of their meme or joke.
Zuckerberg recently said that in India, TikTok has gone ahead of Instagram. He also mentioned that TikTok works much like Instagram's Explore feature.
Platforms such as Instagram and Facebook are facing strong competition from TikTok in India. TikTok owner now plans to invest $1 billion in India despite the calls to ban the app.
In November last year, Facebook quietly released a stand-alone app called "Lasso" to compete with TikTok.
Nearly $20 million went toward security for Zuckerberg and his family, up from about $9 million the year prior. Zuckerberg also received $2.6 million for personal use of private jets, which the company said was part of his overall security programme.
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