“They’re scared by a assured girl.”
Charli D’Amelio is addressing the haters who’ve criticized how her “look” has modified over the previous few months.
On the newest episode of her and sister Dixie’s podcast, “Charli and Dixie: Two Chix,” Charli, 16, hit again on the critics who say she “used to look prettier,” telling the haters that “they’re scared by a assured girl.”
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Charli’s older sister and fellow TikTok star Dixie introduced up the subject by noting that Charli appeared “so totally different” at the start of coronavirus quarantine.
“I noticed this video of you from the primary week of quarantine, and also you look so totally different,” mentioned Dixie, 19. “Not in a foul method, you look good now. You had eyelashes and also you have been actually tan.”
“What I’ll say is the truth that everybody says, ‘I used to look prettier.’ Like what would you like me to do?” Charli requested in reply.
Though Dixie advised her sister that “everybody has glowed down,” a pissed off Charli mentioned the trolls aren’t solely evaluating her look to what it was at first of lockdown, however even farther into the previous.
“What would you like me to do? Like I am unable to…however they are saying at first, starting,” Charli defined to Dixie, who replied, “I really feel you do not like the way you appeared then.”
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Charli, who has over 99 million followers on TikTok, then talked about her personal relationship to her look.
“I hate how I look now, as a result of now I wanna look how I did then,” she mentioned, earlier than asking, “However then, after I appeared like that, I did not prefer it, so what would you like me to do? Simply be unhappy?”
Dixie prompt that the criticism started after Charli minimize her hair again in February.
“I do not understand how a four-inch haircut modified you a lot,” she puzzled, to which Charli replied, “As a result of it gave me confidence, and so they preferred after I was fragile.”
Whereas Dixie laughed at her youthful sister’s remark, Charli continued, saying matter-of-factly, “It is true. They’re scared by a assured girl.”