TikTok star Charli D’Amelio is so over the haters. The internet sensation just clapped back at people who accused her of showing too much skin for her age, and her response was everything.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, May 4, the 15-year-old shared a screenshot of a comment that read, “TBH, I hate body shaming, but this is how girls become w**res. She legit posts bikini pics and she is underaged… Which I don’t agree with, at all.”
very fishy that you would say this about me… next time i will be sure to wear my full body snowsuit to the beach! 😎 pic.twitter.com/9VILuByUQx
— charli d’amelio (@charlidamelio) May 4, 2020
“Very fishy that you would say this about me… Next time I will be sure to wear my full body snowsuit to the beach!” the influencer fired back.
It turns out, this isn’t the first time Charli has come under fire for putting her body on display. Last month, Perez Hilton received some backlash online after he slammed the social media star for posting a video in which she danced to the song “Sugar” by Brockhampton in a bikini.
“Anyone else think it’s inappropriate for a 15-year-old to dance to this?” he wrote underneath the TikTok.
“I’m sorry I’m just trying to have fun!” Charli replied to the gossip writer.
After receiving hate from Charli’s fans, Perez explained during a YouTube livestream, “These people still are letting me have it over me asking a question on the biggest TikToker of the moment’s account when she did a video earlier this week gyrating, moving in an adult way to a song about taking big D! All I asked was, is it appropriate of her to be doing this? My main issue was with her parents, not her! I think Charli’s a sweet girl, and talented. My real issue is with her parents.”
Previously, Charli urged her fans to stop talking about her body online.
“STOP TALKING ABOUT MY BODY! It’s not your place to tell me if I’m losing weight or gaining weight,” she wrote in a series of tweets on April 27, 2020. “Why don’t we all just be respectful and understand that we should just be kind and uplift everyone instead of trying to bring others down. I’ve seen these videos about me my friends and complete strangers but it doesn’t matter who you’re doing it to.”
She continued, “It’s never okay and I feel like I really needed to say that I love you all but please stop!”
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