Charli D’Amelio Breaks TikTok Record After Dinner Controversy
Charli D’Amelio has a great reason to dance again, despite the backlash from last week.
On Sunday, November 22, the 16-year-old TikTok sensation, who started posting to her account in May 2019, became the first person to reach 100 million subscribers on the platform and expressed her shock at having crossed the cap. The news comes days after losing hundreds of thousands of subscribers to a YouTube video of her and her family that sparked accusations of rude and ungrateful behavior.
“I hit 100 million on TikTok,” Charli said in an Instagram Live video watched in real time by over 300,000 people. “I don’t even know how to react, mostly because it doesn’t feel real. How do people even react to this? I really do not know what to do. I’m in my bathroom all alone watching the changes on Twitter because they make me cry and I really don’t know what to do. I am so confused. Just, life doesn’t feel real. “
“It’s so weird to think that a little over a year ago I was in Connecticut in regular school, doing nothing and now I’m living in Los Angeles,” she said. declared, adding. “I have the best friends ever.”
Charlie added: “If COVID wasn’t a thing, I would have loved to meet 100 million people now. But that’s not possible.”
She also posted a selfie video on TikTok, saying, “Thank you guys, so, so much. I can’t believe 100 million supporters are following me right now. This is insane. Oh my God. ‘still can’t figure out it’s real. I still feel like it’s a dream. I’m just waiting to wake up. Very crazy. Oh my God. Thank you. “