Charli D'Amelio claps back at troll for mocking her makeup, fans call her an 'inspiration'

The 16-year-old Tik-Tok star who launched her career in 2019 amassed nearly 78M followers on her TikTok account by August is not taking bullying lying down


                            Charli D'Amelio claps back at troll for mocking her makeup, fans call her an 'inspiration'
Charli D'Amelio (Getty Images)

In the world of social media, it has become increasingly easy for anyone to launch an attack on people, especially celebrities. The latest person to be attacked was social media sensation Charli D'Amelio who was trolled for wearing makeup and was also asked to delete her TikTok account. The 16-year-old Tik-Tok star, who launched her career in 2019 as a Tik-Toker, amassed a large following of nearly 78M by August 2020 but this troll seems to have a problem with her. In response, the Connecticut born sensation have a befitting reply. She tweeted, "To the random guy who told me to take off my 40 pounds of makeup and delete my TikTok account and deleted his TikTok once I commented. Stand by your word or don’t post it teehee also misgendering someone on purpose isn’t funny or 'content'. 



 

It seems like the troll later took down his TikTok account. D'Amelio further tweeted "but anyways my makeup looks so good today", hinting that she's not the one to feel embarrassed for nothing.



 

After she tweeted, her fandom too came in support of her and showered her with love saying she is an “inspiration”. Others called her beautiful and said that she need not give any thought to such negative comments. D'Amelio has had a loyal fanbase who see her as almost “perfect” in all her avatars. She is famous for her quirky dance moves that lighten people’s moods. "I just want you to know that we are the same age and you are an inspiration to me. You helped me too much to know that if I fight a lot for something I will get it. I love you Charlie," wrote a fan in support. 



 

“Yes, you are beautiful, don't let anything affect you, I love you with all my heart," another retorted. 



 

Fans say her videos often bring a smile to their faces. "Having someone like you in my life is a real gift. No matter what happens in the future, I will always be grateful for the time we had together and I know that thinking about you will always, always, always bring a smile to my face."



 

Others too supported her with positive messages. “Never forget how beautiful and perfect you are, don't let anyone tell you otherwise, you are beautiful just as you are, and you always show everyone a lot of happiness and positivity on your part I love you."



 

"You really are the greatest person on the internet," wrote a fan. 



 

"Your makeup always looks good, f**k the haters," one wrote. 



 

D'Amelio often tweets with empowering messages on sexuality, Black Lives Matter and identity. She is good at reminding her fans that they must not get affected by negative perceptions about their body and identity. She often posts politically informative messages telling people about socio-political issues. "I can’t understand why some people think it’s okay to talk about someone’s looks, weight, sexual identity, etc negatively this can be hurtful to not only the person you are making fun of but also the people that look like or identify with what you are saying is a 'problem'," she tweeted in an earlier message. 



 



 

Recently in May, Charlie and her sister announced a new podcast deal with Ramble Podcast Network which will give a sneak peek into the behind the scenes of their lives. Letting her creative juices out, she created her alter ego on TikTok named Barley D'Amelio in June this year. She has also been named as TikTok's "biggest star" by Hollywood Reporter in 2020 owing to her widespread popularity. 

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