Dixie D’Amelio posted and then deleted a TikTok dancing to Trisha Paytas using the N-word as part of a growing feud

November 20, 2020

TODAY IN INSTANT REGRET: Dixie D’Amelio deletes video dancing to Trisha Paytas saying the n-word. In response, D’Amelio posted a TikTok as a way to criticize Paytas back, reminding people she has freely used the N-word in the past. Both of the D’Amelio sisters are now gaining followers again. It’s over. Dixie says in all caps “I DELETED THE VIDEO BECAUSE MY POINT THAT I WAS TRYING TO MAKE WAS PROVEN AND I DON’T NEED TO PROMOTE A RACIST SOUND.” pic.twitter.com/u28ep780NX — Def Noodles (@defnoodles) November 20, 2020

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TikTok is breeding a new batch of child stars. “Not cool in 2020 girl.”. “I couldn’t find the sound for this dance so I chose a random one,” she wrote in the caption with a smiling face emoji. She also lashed out at James Charles — a friend of the D’Amelios who was a dinner guest in the YouTube video — in the process. pic.twitter.com/qb2QNouJaw — Trisha Paytas (@trishapaytas) November 20, 2020

D’Amelio later said in a TikTok comment the point she was trying to make was proven, and she didn’t want to “promote a racist sound.”
“I made my point. “She’s trivializing something extremely offensive to try to dunk on Trisha, I’m disgusted with them both at this point.”
Paytas also responded, saying she had apologized “numerous times” for using the slur, while D’Amelio “smiled to it YESTERDAY!”
“Where’s ur apology?” she tweeted. Anyways let’s get back to the RENEGADE!!”

not dixie doing a tik tok dance to audio of trisha saying the n-word 💀 pic.twitter.com/Wlv2Liq8vm — here for the tea (@HereForTheTea2) November 20, 2020

D’Amelio then deleted the video, after receiving some criticism for posting it in the first place from people on social media. Psychologists say what comes next won’t be pretty. @dixiedamelio I said this 10 years ago and have since apologized numerous times; u danced and smiled to it YESTERDAY! “Hope that’s okay!! where’s ur apology ?? Not cool in 2020 girl. Paytas has a reputation for her controversial and oftentimes offensive actions and stunts. Summary List PlacementSinger and TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio ran to her sister’s defense against controversial YouTuber Trisha Paytas with a TikTok on November 19. And Charli is a queen. YouTubers are calling out the platform’s ‘cancel culture’ that subjects them to a rampant hate mob and sees them lose thousands of subscribers in a matter of hours
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Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: This back-to-school makeup takes less than 15 minutes D’Amelio posted a TikTok where she was dancing to Paytas rapping the N-word in a cover of NWA’s “F— The Police” in response to Paytas getting involved in the drama surrounding D’Amelio’s sister Charli losing a million followers. Goodnight,” she said. Paytas, who has made a career out of inserting herself into situations she’s not involved in for attention, posted a series of negative TikToks about the sisters, criticizing their behavior, subsequent apologies, and explanations for the YouTube video. “This makes both Dixie and Trisha look bad [in my opinion],” said Twitter user Tanesha. It’s done. Charli, the world’s biggest TikTok star, was creeping towards the 100 million follower milestone before a chaotic video was posted on her family’s YouTube channel in which some said her complaint that she hadn’t reached 100 million followers yet was “rude” and “entitled.” Dixie was also criticized for her behavior and acting disgusted at the food a private chef made for them.

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