TikTok celebrities and sisters Charli and Dixie D’Amelio are going through backlash after a viral video on their household’s YouTube channel exhibits the sisters reacting dismissively to a meal ready bynon-public Arizona chef Aaron Might.
Might, who based Phoenix brunch chain Over Easy, has made a number of appearances on Meals Community. The Nov. 16 video, which is a part of the “Dinner With The D’Amelios” sequence, exhibits the chef serving paella to the household and their visitor, magnificence YouTuber James Charles.
The older sister, 19-year-old Dixie, is seen sniffing and selecting at a snail, which Might explains is basic in paella and “brings you good luck and success to eat.”
Though she seems disgusted, Dixie tries a bit anyway and proceeds to bend over gagging. She then runs outdoors and seems to throw up.
Her 16-year-old sister, Charli, asks nonchalantly, “Do we’ve got any dino nuggets?”
The TikTok stars got here underneath fireplace after the video went up, with commenters describing them as “spoiled,” “straight up brats,” and “legit (having) no manners.”
“They’re little infants, that is so humiliating poor chef, they only acted infantile …” wrote one commenter.
In response to the criticism, Dixie posted a TikTok video to “share the reality of one thing that was ridiculously blown out of proportion.”
She explains her team knows she throws up a lot, and that Might and her staff satisfied her to attempt the snail understanding that she would have a response.
Vulture reviews that Charli also went on Instagram Live on Thursday morning to tearfully clarify the “misunderstanding.”
The harm is finished, nevertheless. Charli has misplaced greater than 1 million followers, Vulture reviews. It is unclear what Might himself thinks in regards to the controversy.
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