Noah Beck nude pics: The truth behind the strange Internet search
While the nude photos have never actually been confirmed as Noah Beck's, the non-consensual images have reportedly been widely shared online
TikTok star Noah Beck has witnessed an unprecedented rise to fame over the past couple of years. He now boasts over 30 million followers on social media, a killer body, and is dating Dixie D'Amelio, the most followed person on TikTok with over 120 million followers. However, he is now purportedly the victim of a nude picture leak.
That said, the fame and fortune at just 20 years of age can prove to be rather overwhelming, with millions of adoring fans and followers that are obsessed with your every move. As a result, such a level of stardom has meant Beck's right to his own privacy is hugely blurred. Searches for completely nude photos of him have seen a sudden uptick on sites like Google and Twitter, according to Heatworld.
While the nude photos have never actually been confirmed as his, the non-consensual images have reportedly been widely shared online. Aside from infringing on Beck's privacy, the leak is also bordering on harassment — both for the social media star and the person whose private photos are being circulated if it's not him.
Having said that, those pictures have nothing to do with Beck's recent shoot with Damon Baker in nothing but Calvin Klein underwear. After posting the snaps to Instagram, Beck called out the platform as the post was taken down, presumably for nudity. "Y'all soft over at @Instagram," he wrote on Instagram Stories. "Stop taking my stuff down. Like yes, I was kind of naked but like... not completely lol I didn't violate any guidelines."
Earlier this month, Beck got candid about his life behind the scenes during an interview with GQ magazine. The 20-year-old phenom admitted that his life wasn't as "perfect" as his social media accounts may have projected. "Everyone thinks that everything's perfect, and I promise you, I'm going through my s**t," he explained. "Body dysmorphia is a thing. There have just been times where I look at myself in the mirror and I'm like, 'F**k.' I'm not playing soccer, and I'm not running every single day."
Beck, a former NCAA Division-1 soccer player at the University of Portland, said that he did not suffer from depression from anxiety growing up, but spending so much time on social media had "definitely developed some of those things" for him. "If I did ever feel sad growing up, I played soccer or talked to my friends, and I would forget about it," he noted. "[Now] I'm battling my own stuff every single day."
"I went viral, kept going viral, and now I'm here," he continued. "People are so jealous of the top influencers on TikTok because they feel that they are so close to being that. People are like, 'All I need is a couple of videos, and I can be living that life.' It’s not like that."
Beck also chimed in on his high-profile romance with D'Amelio.
"I don't want to use Dixie for clout. I could care less about that. I love her for her," he told GQ. "The reason I love Dixie so much is that she's my best friend, and when we hang out, I just feel like I'm hanging out with my friend, but she's also... she's very attractive," he gushed, adding, "I always tell her she has a dry sense of humor. She'll make a joke and not laugh, whereas I have golden retriever energy.