The two were at a house party together on Sunday, May 5, 2019, when Cole alleged that Cameron came up to him unprovoked and threw water on him — an action that he claimed was motivated by homophobia.
He took to Twitter to share his disgust, writing, “Sucks when someone with such a huge platform is a homophobic piece of s–t.”
When fans urged him clarify, he added, “It’s not even about ‘exposing tea.’ It’s more so making everyone aware that this person with MILLIONS of followers that so many young people follow/look up to is a homophobic a–hole and needs a major reality check.”
Cole then proceeded to upload a video he took right after the alleged situation went down. In the shocking clip, the YouTuber approached Cameron and called him out for his alleged actions, as the 24-year-old stood there, starring into the camera stunned.
“So last night at a party I was outside talking to people minding my own business when @CameronDallas decides to come up to me and throw his water bottle all over me for absolutely no reason other than being a homophobic drunk a–hole,” he captioned it. “I won’t tolerate that s–t.”
“The kid was shook that I started recording him and froze up real f–king quick,” he added. “It’s 2019, if you’re still homophobic or insecure about your own sexuality so you have to take it out on people who are confident with theirs you’re TRASH.”
“I have too much respect for myself to be silent about a situation that needs to be brought to everyone’s attention,” Cole continued.
But when one of Cameron’s friends explained that they were simply having fun at the party and it wasn’t a homophobic act at all, Cole disagreed.
“‘Wilding out’ isn’t deliberately walking up to someone you don’t know and throwing your water all over them,” he fired back. “That’s being a f–king d–k and I’m sure if I was a pretty female or one of the ‘homies’ that wouldn’t of happened so what else do you call it?”
Taylor Caniff, one of Cameron’s BFFs, quickly came to his defense.
“[Cameron] is extremely far from being homophobic,” he wrote. “He was at a huge house party with 500 plus people drinking and celebrating… Cameron never talked to the kid.”
“How is it okay to call people a b—h and say f–k you over an accident? And upload it straight to Twitter for clout?!” he continued. “Cameron was so confused when this kid started filming him and didn’t want to take his phone or do anything because the kid was BEGGING for attention.”
“[Cameron] is already dealing with a lot of mental anxiety and depression,” the social media star added. “And this to add onto it because a kid wants attention is devastating. I want everyone happy and everyone to win at life.”
Cameron has not yet made a statement regarding the accusations.
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