TikTok Stars Charli and Dixie D'Amelio Getting Dino Nuggets, No Snails

Lula Sharp
November 21, 2020

TikTok star Dixie D'Amelio has responded to the backlash she received over a YouTube video featuring sister and fellow social media star Charli D'Amelio.

The 16-year-old dancer and her sister, Dixie, shared a post of a family dinner with their surprise guest, controversial YouTube star James Charles. Heidi asked her to not be so "dramatic". As the chef explained the objective behind the ingredient, the 19-year-old was seen making gagging noises before eventually running outside to throw up. I don't expect her to love the snails.

"It's classic paella, and it's actually an omen of good luck and fortune", Aaron told the table. Right now, her fan following is around 98 million but D'Amelio is struggling with the bad comments and was tearful in Thursday's Livestream.

Fans were not happy and called Dixie and Charli "brats", "privileged and unappreciative of a meal that a private chef made them", among other negative comments.

"All of this is happening because [of] a misunderstanding", she tearfully explained, as quoted by Us Weekly.

"I know that this is gonna be a huge joke to whoever sees it, but like, at the end of the day, just, like, be nice", she said, referencing death threats she has received. "From the moment he played me his remix I knew it would be the ideal send off for a song that means so much to me".

D'Amelio tried to communicate with her followers via Instagram live to address the criticisms.

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TikTok stars and sisters Dixie (left) and Charli D'Amelio.

"Blatantly disrespecting the fact that I'm still a human is not okay", she said in a clip captured by a fan account.

The outlet noted that the duo has lost hundreds of thousands of followers since the video was released.

Dixie also weighed in on the controversy by explaining her "spoiled" behaviour by the fact that she simply throws up "a lot". "I throw up at the smell, the thought or the test of anything".

Dixie uploaded a video to TikTok on Wednesday in which she tried to defend their behavior. So, when they saw the snails, they were like, "Oh, let's get her and try to see if we can get a reaction out of her".

"I would never in any way want to be taken as disrespectful, especially for an out of context 15-second clip", she continued.

Notable creators on TikTok commented on the video at the time including Quen Blackwell, Tana Mongeau and James Charles, who commented: "Get her".

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