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15 December 2020 06:34

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Dixie D'Amelio is fiercely defending her relationship with Noah Beck. It's safe to say the dynamic duo has many of their TikTok followers saying #couplegoals. However, there's a small number of people who would disagree. On Monday, Dec. 14, Dixie clapped back at a Twitter user who questioned her romance with her 19-year-old boyfriend. "i feel so bad for noah tbh dixie honestly treats him like s--t," the eagle-eyed observer wrote, "he's so in love with her but i feel like she doesn't return the love." The Twitter user then referenced the YouTube video Dixie posted on Sunday, Dec. 13, in which she and Noah both took a lie detector test.

"She was being so immature," the Twitter user continued, "and he was serious about every question." It didn't take long for the internet sensation to see the messages and set the record straight about her boyfriend. "I love Noah with my whole heart," Dixie began, "after being publicly heartbroken before, I struggle with displaying love online from the fear of it happening again. But I'm glad you know our whole relationship from one YouTube video!" Photo: Duane Prokop (Getty Images) Noted terror Perez Hilton was banned from TikTok over the weekend, reportedly following multiple violations of community guidelines. Hilton is disputing the grounds for the ban, according to the New York Times, believing that he was kicked off because major influencers on the platform turned on him. In March, Hilton clashed with TikTok star Charli D'Amelio's following after he commented on a video of her dancing in a bikini, asking, "Anyone else think it's inappropriate for a 15-year-old to dance to this?" Hilton tagged D'Amelio in a Saturday tweet, which included the hashtag #FreePerez and a video of him contesting the ban.

But in emails obtained by the Times, a content partnerships manager for the platform said that Hilton had been banned for posting content "that contains slurs and hate speech, sexual behaviors and nudity, and bullying." Sadly, much of this tracks with Hilton's long history of slut-shaming and bullying celebrities (including teenaged ones). The sight of an adult man crying and begging a teenager to help him get back on an app predominantly used by teenagers—as Hilton did in Saturday's video—is, frankly, too abject for me to watch in full. For this one, I think I'm going to go ahead and side with Tatayanna Mitchell, a TikTok star the Times reports told Hilton: "I don't know, Perez, maybe it's time for you to just go to Facebook or something." Please press play on this video for a surprise. (The surprise is the way legendary singer Smokey Robinson pronounces "Chanukah.") Advertisement After breaking up with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo last year, Sandra Lee finally packed up and moved out of the home she shared with him, and she went long in the Instagram caption. last year, finally packed up and moved out of the home she shared with him, and she went long in the Instagram caption.

[Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin could be engaged, or Johnson could just happen to be wearing a quite large emerald ring on her ring finger. Johnson has both mysterious and chaotic energy, so it's hard to say! [Page Six Screenshot by Queenie Wong/CNET Perez Hilton was permanently banned from TikTok for repeatedly violating the app's rules, a decision the celebrity blogger says he plans to appeal. In a video streamed on YouTube on Monday, Hilton said he learned on Friday night that TikTok was banning him from the short-form video app where he attracted 1.6 million followers. He created a backup account, but it was also removed.

"It's not just about TikTok. It's about this year and me struggling so much and TikTok being such an escape for me and giving me so much joy," Hilton said in the video. "I had pinned so much hope for my future onto TikTok." He added he's felt devastated by the ban. A TikTok spokeswoman confirmed Hilton had been permanently banned from the platform for violating the site's rules but didn't specify which ones. "We are deeply committed to maintaining a welcoming and supportive community environment," TikTok said in statement. "Our Community Guidelines apply to everyone and everything shared on TikTok, and we remove accounts that repeatedly violate our policies." Hilton, born Mario Lavandeira, didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

He said in the YouTube video he's been accused of bullying on TikTok but denies the allegations. In another video posted on Twitter over the weekend, Hilton also mentions he's been flagged for violating TikTok's rules against nudity and harassment. Some of Hilton's remarks on TikTok have sparked criticism from the app's users that he attacks teenagers. In March, Hilton commented when TikTok star Charli D'Amelio, who has more than 100 million followers, posted a video of her dancing in a bikini to a remix of the song "Sugar," by Brockhampton. "Anyone else think it's inappropriate for a 15-year-old to dance to this?" he wrote. The comment led to an online petition with more than 228,300 signatures on Change.org calling for TikTok to ban the 42-year-old blogger. In another instance, Hilton said he was accused of bullying for referring to Dixie D'Amelio as Charlie D'Amelio's sister rather than by her name. "That's a hard pill for me to swallow because I thought I was not being cruel or nasty or hurtful. I was sharing news and opinions," Hilton said. On Monday, Hilton alleged several top creators threatened to quit TikTok for a rival app if the company didn't ban him from TikTok. In the YouTube video, Hilton said he doesn't want to reveal the names of the creators because he's worried about getting sued. He also apologized to the creators, the D'Amelio family and TikTok. "I want to say something with the utmost of sincerity," Hilton said. "I am sorry and truly I did not consider my actions as bullying." Perez Hilton, the early gossip blogger turned media personality, has been permanently banned from TikTok for violating community guidelines, effective Dec. 12. Since joining TikTok in August 2019, he had become an influential figure on the app, amassing more than 1.6 million followers and earning an average 10 million views per week. On TikTok, Mr. Hilton reached a new generation of media consumers who are more likely to get breaking news from social media than from push notifications. The app also helped him stay busy and upbeat in a difficult year. "I've been very depressed this year, and TikTok gave me something to really look forward to every day. It created joy for me and an escape and allowed me to share that with people," Mr. Hilton said in an interview on Sunday. Sorry! This content is not available in your region