TikTok Stars Charli And Dixie D’Amelio Slammed For Vacationing Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

Fans are really not happy with Charli and Dixie D’Amelio after they and some friends took a vacation to the

Charli and Dixie D'Amelio

Fans are really not happy with Charli and Dixie D’Amelio after they and some friends took a vacation to the Bahamas amid the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the Instagram account TikTok Room, the D’Amelios, along with Chase Hudson, Noah Beck, Avani Gregg, Bryant, Madi Monroe and more influencers, jetted off on a luxury vacation, and some of their followers are not here for it. While the social media stars haven’t shared any pictures from the trip themselves, many fans have spotted them out and about on the island, causing many people to call them out for not practicing social distancing.


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What Are Fans Saying About It?

Naturally, people quickly started to voice their concerns online.

“They never learn,” one fan commented, with another adding, “I’ve lost all hope for every influencer.”

“Stay home, not that hard,” another Instagram user wrote. A fourth said, “It’s all fun and games until they get COVID and have nobody to blame but themselves. We’re still in a pandemic.”

As fans know, coronavirus has already infected more than 83,264,353 people. 59,053,261 have recovered, but more than 1,000,000 have tragically died from the disease. Medical professionals have asked people to stay indoors, avoid public places and social distance from others to help stop the spread. The girls have yet to respond to the backlash.

“I really can’t understand how influencers … decide it’s a great idea to go to the Bahamas while we’re in the middle of a pandemic… Like c’mon people are dying everyday,” another fan wrote on Twitter. “I’m a bit disappointed NGL. They’re supposed to be good role models.”

What Has Charli And Dixie D’Amelio Previously Said About The Pandemic?

Previously, Charli called other people out for not staying home.

“If you’re using this time to hang out with your friends since you don’t have school, please, I’m asking you — please stop being so inconsiderate to others. You may think, ‘This isn’t going to effect me, it’s not that bad.’ But you’re putting other people at risk,” she said in a previous Instagram Live. “It’s not OK with me. We should all be worrying about others, especially in a time like this. I hope people stay home and make sure it doesn’t get spread any more.”


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“Practice what you preach,” one fan wrote after TikTok Room reposted the old clip. Another added, “BRUH LIKE SHES CONTRADICTING HERSELF.”

This Isn’t The First Time Charli And Dixie D’Amelio Have Come Under Fire

It turns out, this isn’t the first time the TikTok stars have been slammed online. Back in November Charli actually lost one million followers on the video sharing platform after a video of her being rude to her personal chef hit the web.

In the clip, which was posted to her family’s YouTube channel on November 16, 2020, Charli, Dixie, their parents, Marc and Heidi D’Amelio, and fellow influencer James Charles were all having dinner together. But when their personal chef Aaron May presented them with the food he made — a Spanish dish called paella — many people felt the girls were disrespectful to him.

“It’s classic paella, and it’s actually an omen of good luck and fortune,” the chef explained to the D’Amelio family. But Charli quickly fired back, “Liars.”

When Dixie took a bite of the dish — which contained cooked snails — she started gagging and ran out of the room to throw up. After coming back in, she explained, “I threw up. that was not good.” Charli then asked her personal chef — who has been showcased on the Food Network and inducted into the Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame as a “Chef Extraordinaire” — if she could eat “dino nuggets” instead.

Yikes. But that’s not all. At the time, Charli also came under fire for complaining about not having reached 100 million followers yet.

“Ugh, I just wish I had more time because imagine if I hit 100 mil one year after hitting a mil,” the brunette beauty said in the vlog.

“95 million not enough for you?” Charles responded sarcastically.

After she started to get hate online, Charli took to Instagram to respond to the backlash once and for all.

“All of this is happening because [of] a misunderstanding,” she said during a livestream, as she broke down in tears. “I just feel like that’s not OK, and if this is the community that I’m in and the community that I put myself in, I don’t know if I wanna do that anymore. I know that this is gonna be a huge joke to whoever sees it, but like, at the end of the day, just, like, be nice. I feel like it’s not that hard, and you can say whatever. You can say I’m disrespectful, you can say I don’t have basic human decency, but at the end of the day, I’m still a person.”


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Despite losing a ton of followers at the time, she now has 104.5 million.