“I am a good person with a good heart”

"I am a good person with a good heart"

She’s not sorry Charlie.

TikTok’s biggest star, Charli D’Amelio, 16, found herself short of a million followers and was criticized for a video posted this week that many thought was inaccurate and verified.

In the video, Charlie has an agonizing dinner-table quarrel with her parents, Mark and Heidi, her sister, Dixie, fellow Tic Tucker James Charles and personal chef Aaron May. At one point, she lamented that she didn’t reach the 100 million followers fast enough, which made her fans feel like they were just cracks on the bed. Another unfortunate moment occurred when May cooked the family’s dessert, “a harbinger of good luck and fortune,” says May to the Damelio family, who resides in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Dixie experiments with cultural tenderness, then convulses and kills himself and runs outside to vomit in front of May, while Charlie asks for “dinosaur nuggets.” Although Charles was supported after criticism began to surface, Charlie’s followers continued to refer to the rude family’s behavior.

Charlie D'Amelio and her sister Dixie are TikTok biggest stars, but their latest twists may knock them off some pegs.
Charli D’Amelio and her sister Dixie are TikTok’s biggest stars, but their last might knock them off some pegs.WireImage

One commentator wrote, “It’s disgusting how spoiled and disrespectful these girls are.” “Did not pass the vibe test,” another considered.

But Charli, estimated to be worth nearly $ 4 million for her social media fame, has not held back.

“Tomorrow I will return to post normal content with a smile on my face! At the end of the day, I know that I am a good and kind-hearted person and I will never change that about myself. I love you all !!” She wrote on Twitter, Garnered 188,000 likes as of Friday morning.

As of Friday morning, it was Charlie Just 98.5 million followers, down from 99.5 million before the video.

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Charli’s representatives declined The Post’s request to comment on the controversy online.

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