Charli D’Amelio and her sister Dixie of TikTok fame attracted negative attention after they posted a video of their family dinner. Some social media users were targeting their behavior and posting them online. Charli recently talked about the online backlash before taking a break from social media. But one of the parties involved came to defend herself and her sister.
What happened to the video Charli and Dixie D’Amelio dinner
On November 16, a video posted to D’Amelio’s family YouTube channel went viral. On record, the D’Amelios welcomed makeup mogul James Charles to their dinner table to break bread with them over food prepared by a chef.
What rubbed some was the wrong way, however, sisters’ reaction to the food provided. While the salad course went over well, the paella did not.
The chef explained that snails are in traditional paella, and will bring good luck. When the family found their way through eating, Dixie tried one before he put it out loud and picked it up.
Charli shook in and asked if they had any Dino nuggets, and many of the fans thought the girls were behaving like “rugs.”
One YouTube starter wrote, “My mother would be slowed down if I was involved like that on the dinner table LOL. ”
Another said, “Throwing up and calling the chef food“ shameful ”is the most disrespectful thing you can do to a chef. You can complain about the food, everyone has their own preferences but works like that? Nah. Similar comments were shared on Twitter and Instagram with some calling for the girls to be fired.
Charli D’Amelio and Dixie D’Amelio faced the backhand
Charli D’Amelio reportedly lost 1 million followers after the post and took to Instagram Live to address the criticism. She defended the video and said it was a joke and that they did not insult the chef, Aaron May.
She explained that he was in it and the reactions are based on misunderstandings. In a tear post, she said some people were attacking her and begging for her death. The 16-year-old also said she was considering giving up social media. Tonic Entertainmentt cookie section.
Dixie D’Amelio also made a video and wrote about the event on social media, explaining that she often acts a lot and scoops up food if she doesn’t like it.
Chef Aaron May defends the D’Amelio sisters
While a few influencers like Charles and Trisha Paytas talked about the situation, others wondered what the chef was thinking about. The Hollywood Fix caught up with him and D’Amelios content director Tommy Burns. They both said the whole video was a situation and that they knew how Dixie would react.
May said he likes the girls and that the video was blown out of proportion. Burns stated that they owned the snail piece and said that May was the family chef for “Dinner With the D’Amelios. ”He said it was all about serving content.
May shared that he feels bad about the girls getting so much hate online, and wants people to know it was a joke.
The D’Amelio sisters are back to posting their regular content on all platforms.