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Perez Hilton uploaded a video onto Twitter showing Charli D’Amelio allegedly using a vape pen.
In the video, Charli can be seen sucking on the pen, before exhaling the ‘vapour.’
Many people have criticised Perez for uploading the video, and several have jumped to Charli’s defence, claiming that the pen in the video is not a vape pen, but an anxiety pen.
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Charli D'Amelio campaigns against hatred on the internet protects colleagues
On her Instagram profile, singer Dixie D'Amelio's younger sister is quite clear: People do that with Addison Rae too. Addison is beautiful. Addison should know that she is good-looking. Madi Monroe should know that she is good-looking . Cynthia Parker should know she looks good. People say mean things about Sissy Sheridan. Sissy is so beautiful. One of the prettiest girls I know is Nessa Barret .
She changed her style and if that is what likes her and makes her look good ?! Because she does, she looks amazing. Well, if that's not an announcement from Charli D'Amelio ! Especially when it comes to topics like online hatred, it's not that unimportantto take a clear position and let his honest thoughts run free, however, the successful 16-year-old has also announced that she does not want to comment too often on this topic in the future.
After all, haters shouldn't be given too much attention. If you have nothing nice to say, then just don't say anything, said Charli D'Amelio as a fitting final word.
In the comments, the fans of the performer praised her appearance and showered them with compliments. The post has collected over 400 thousand likes.
How Charlie Damelio became a TikTok star because she was just being herself
Charlie Damelio answers our call from her home in Connecticut, USA. She's wearing a gray melange T-shirt and a chain with a crescent-shaped pendant. Her dark hair is tucked into a ponytail, except for two strands framing her face. "I didn't wake up too late; I have online classes today," Damelio says. - It should be fun."
By the end of the day, tens of millions of people will see Charlie's face on their phone screens. For the past ten months, her life has been a combination of ordinariness and great fame. In June 2019, Charlie created a profile on the social networking video-hosting site TikTok. More than 51 million people are now subscribed to her account, and she is the platform's most popular user.
Finding the formula for success in TikTok, The New York Times recently named her the reigning queen of TikTok."
Charlie isn't sure she fully understands how she managed to attract so many viewers. "It all happened very quickly," she says, and admits that the spot at the head of the platform won't stick with her forever. - TikTok changes every day, so tomorrow there might be someone else who surpasses me. Who knows?" Her profile is full of short, usually 15-second videos of her, usually dancing.
All of them have gone truly viral, the choreography in them seeming slick but doable -- perfect material for learning the moves. Her sudden popularity has already earned her invitations to the front row of the Prada fall-winter 2020 show in Milan, the studios of popular American late-night talk shows and plans to launch a reality show with the entire Damelio family: Charlie's parents and her 18-year-old sister, Dixie, also use TikTok
"Before TikTok, I was doing pretty much what I'm doing now," Charlie says. - I was always recording videos of myself dancing, because that's my passion. I've been dancing in front of the camera since I was young."
"I do what I want to do - and I always have," Charlie says of how the creative process works. - I don't try to create any kind of strategy." Influencers at TikTok will attest that the key to success on the platform lies in genuineness and sincerity.
Scrolling through Charlie's many videos, you catch yourself thinking that this continuous stream of content is very similar to what other TikTok users are offering the viewer. How Charlie managed to unlock the formula for success and become the most popular is beyond even her comprehension: "It's not a completely clear process for me, but if you think about it, 50 million is a lot of people," she says, slightly stretching her vowels.
Charlie was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, in May 2004. Her parents are Mark and Heidi Damelio. "My parents instilled in me that you have to share what you have and what you get - whatever you do," she says. Mark and Heidi don't let their daughter forget about staying humble ("Remember, you have to take the dishwasher apart and feed the dogs," they tell her) and control her work, for example, they advised her not to participate in the now popular TikTok "photo under arrest" challenge.
"My parents are always cautious about choosing material to publish, because you never know what kind of response a post will get. A lot of people were very negative about the "photo under arrest." This whole situation made me realize that my parents wanted to protect me and wanted only the best for me. They were right."
How to use the platform for good
Mark and Heidi were the first people Charlie came to for advice when she decided to use her skyrocketing popularity for the benefit of others. Today, her choreographed videos are accompanied by hashtags that inform people about something important and help raise money for charity.
One of the most recent such hashtags is #DistanceDance. It encourages people to stay home during a pandemic. The hashtag has grown into a collaboration with Procter & Gamble, which has agreed to donate funds to Feeding America and Matthew 25 once the number of #DistanceDance videos on the platform reaches three million.
Just over a month later, the hashtag has racked up more than 14.2 billion views. "I want real ideas behind most of my campaigns, to promote positive things and to speak out against bullying," Charlie says. - That's important. Since I've been given the power of this platform, I need to use it for good, to promote the important and good thoughts that teens need. I just think, 'Who would I listen to if I didn't have this platform? What would I want to hear?"
Charlie's old life, the life before TikTok, is not discussed much anymore - everyone wants to know what happens next. She misses school a little, though she does see her friends in her spare time. She finds it a little strange that old acquaintances with whom she hasn't kept in touch have suddenly taken a special interest in her: "It hurts a little to see how drastically they've changed," she says. - But the surrounding people now are around for a reason, so it doesn't bother me that much.
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Charlie also got a chance to meet "traditionally" popular people. "J. Lo is amazing,"she says. - She treated me so well, and I'm just happy I got to meet her." Where did they get to hang out? "At the Super Bowl," Charlie nods. Of course, they did.
After the interview, Charlie had to attend an online lesson on trigonometry and algebra (just like normal teenagers), and then search for information about pandemics in human history. But first, of course, she went on TikTok and recorded a #DistanceDance with her dog, tagging Jimmy Fallon in the resulting short video. Charlie now has 20 times as many followers as the American TV host. In 48 hours, the video has racked up more than 15 million views and 3.7 million likes.
Charlie Damelio is a teenage girl today, and she'll be a teenage girl tomorrow, too, but she's already shown an entire generation by example how to succeed on her own. "I know that no matter what - whether I have subscribers or not - I'm still going to make videos like this," Charlie insists. - As long as I'm having fun, I will."