Charli D’Amelio, TikTok’s most popular designer, lost over a million followers after a video uploaded Wednesday night showed her complaining about not hitting the bar the 100 million subscribers less than a year after earning their first million

In the video uploaded to the D’Amelio family’s YouTube channel, chef Aaron May cooked Charli, his older sister Dixie, their parents and special guest James Charles a multi-course meal that included a paella traditional Charli and Dixie complained about the meal in the video, Dixie showing disgust for a cooked snail and Charli asking if they had any Dino nuggets

Things got complicated when online drama veteran Trisha Paytas, 32, began commenting on Charli’s behavior in a series of TikTok videos in a live Instagram on Thursday, in which D’Amelio spoke apologized for her comments, she also called Paytas, saying she had been “completely rude” to her “many times”

In the days following the incident, other influencers defended D’Amelio, both against the scrutiny she faced following her comments, and also against the actions of Paytas.

Charles, who was at dinner in the video that sparked controversy around Charli, was one of the first people to explicitly defend her

During the meal in the video, he asked her sarcastically, “Weren’t the 95 [millions] enough for you?” after she complained about not reaching 100 million However, he later defended her on Twitter, comparing her experience to his In May 2019, Charles lost 3 million subscribers in a day after his then mentor Tati Westbrook accused him of sexually pursuing straight men and being an unfair friend (Charles denied the charges, and Westbrook later apologized)

“This charli situation is NOT right for me… 100 million subscribers in one year & do you expect her to know how to be a perfect model? death threats because she’s a picky eater & made a joke on a milestone? Thirty-year-olds dragging someone half their age? feels familiar, ”he tweeted

Dixie D’Amelio also defended her sister Charli, posting a TikTok Thursday night targeting Trisha Paytas, the 32-year-old YouTuber and social media who has a reputation for inserting into dramas that don’t involve her

Dixie posted a video dancing to a recording of Paytas rapping the N-word on a NWUNE cover of “F – Tha Police”, writing in the caption: “I couldn’t find the sound of this dance, so I chose one at random I hope it’s ok !! Anyway, let’s come back to the RENEGADE !! »And thanking« Renegade »dance creator Jalaiah Harmon

not dixie doing a tik tok dance on the audio of trisha saying the n-word ???? imageTwittercom / Wlv2Liq8vm

After receiving criticism for posting an offensive sound to dunk on Paytas, Dixie deleted the video, saying she had “made her point” and did not wish to “promote a racist sound”

TikToker and actress Alyssa McKay, who is verified and has around 54 million followers, defended Charli and Dixie for their actions in the video in a TikTok video she posted on Thursday

“Charli is 16 years old, a child, and she has set a goal Gender, I have a goal, I want to reach 10 million in 2021 And it is quite valid”, she said said in the video “That doesn’t mean I don’t like the 54 million of you guys, it just means I want to grow up just like Charli does and there is nothing wrong with that “

“It’s one thing to hold people accountable for their actions In this case, neither [Charli nor Dixie] did anything wrong, but canceling the culture is toxic, “she said

Stranger Things and TikToker actor Noah Schnapp, who has nearly 14 million subscribers on the app, has defended Charli, thanks to a screenshot from the drama tiktokroom account that appears to show Schnapp commenting a live Instagram post from Charli on the situation

“Guys she’s a human too, she’s just a normal kid like all of us, our generation preaches love and kindness but you act like that it’s so sad,” wrote Schnapp, from the screenshot

The video, which shows him sitting and clawing his hand, has an onscreen caption that reads: “30-year-olds are waking up today and preparing to bully Charli Damelio”

Trisha Paytas responded to the duo video, writing in an onscreen caption: “Shame of age is so unseemly Try harder” and “Respond = bullying? Make it meaningful” @Nmillz then responded to his video with a point on TikTok, which showed him running away

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