Charli D’Amelio admits that it is “tough” to get pleasure from TikTok fame with fixed hate
Charli D’Amelio may be TikTok’s most-visited content creator, but it’s not always easy to be in the spotlight on a social media platform full of negativity.
TikTok has an impressive number of influencers who have risen to the top of notoriety. Names like Addison Rae and Dixie D’Amelio have popped up with their own original music and even appearances on late night shows – but not everyone is happy with this new age of social media stars.
While they may be enjoying the fruits of their status, it’s no secret that much of the internet loathes TikToker for one reason or another (just check out the reaction to Addison Rae’s segment on the Tonight Show).
Charli D’Amelio is one such TikToker. With over 115 million followers in the viral video app, Charli founded her own clothing line with sister Dixie, won a Kid’s Choice Award and even received her own drink at Dunkin ‘Donuts.
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Despite her success, D’Amelio’s youngest sister has borne the brunt of the anger on the internet over the past year. Many disgruntled commentators have been upset that she has become so famous for her dance videos.
On a May 9 episode of Dixie D’Amelio’s Late Night Show, Charli admitted how much the constant negativity on TikTok (and the internet at large) is plunging her, despite loving making videos.
“I have a feeling that when you have opportunities that are so amazing, but with a whole world of reviews for each of your moves, it is very difficult to find joy in things that are so severely demolished,” said the influencer. “It’s extremely difficult to want to keep doing something that people say they hate.”
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That’s not all; The star also talked about how “overwhelmed” she feels by celebrity life, claiming she hasn’t found her exact niche while her TikTok compatriots move on to other endeavors like music and drama.
“I don’t want to step on anyone’s toes. I feel like I’m going in any direction … I would hate being that person, which is why I feel like I’ve stopped me from trying a lot of new things. I also feel extremely overwhelmed by what has already happened. “
“There are a lot of things that go on behind the scenes that not everyone can see,” she added. “… Everyone already has their thing and I haven’t found mine yet.”