Dixie D’Amelio makes TikTok dancing to audio of Trisha Paytas using the n-word

And Trisha has responded

Dixie D’Amelio has added the latest flames to the current drama surrounding her family’s behaviour during an episode of their new YouTube show by dancing to audio of Trisha Paytas using the n-word.

In the video, Dixie can be seen doing the usual stereotypical TikTok dances in an ironic way with audio from Trisha Paytas rapping along to NWA’s “F*** the Police”.

The comments section is full of people supporting her use of the audio, including none other than James Charles, who is currently involved in the drama after appearing on the episode with the D’Amelios.

The original caption read: “I couldn’t find the sound for this dance so I chose a random one. Hope that’s okay!! Anyways let’s get back to the RENEGADE!!”. Although Dixie deleted the video shortly after uploading, it was saved by multiple users who then reuploaded it to Twitter.

Afterwards, she commented saying: “I deleted the video because my point that I was trying to make was proven and I don’t need to promote a racist sound. I made my point. It’s done. It’s over. And Charli is a queen. Goodnight.”

Notable creators on TikTok commented on the video at the time including Quen Blackwell, Tana Mongeau and James Charles, who commented: “Get her”.


Trisha responded to the above video in a TikTok of her own, claiming that it’s not a secret that she’s got a controversial past and that she has apologised before already:

@trishlikefish88##greenscreen♬ original sound – trishapaytas

“So they are calling me out for skeleton in my closet from 10 years ago which are out – it’s not a secret, I have apologised numerous times. But it’s cool, I’ll apologise again – I shouldn’t have said the n-word.”

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