Jeffree Star appears to comment on the Charli D'Amelio, James Charles, and Trisha Paytas drama: 'I don't give a f--- what happened'
- Controversial YouTuber Jeffree Star appeared to comment on the Charli D'Amelio drama in an Instagram story.
- D'Amelio and her sister, Dixie, were criticized for appearing "entitled" in a YouTube video that featured James Charles on Tuesday.
- "I have no idea what happened, I don't give a f--- what happened," Star said in an Instagram story on Friday, appearing to insert himself into the situation.
Jeffree Star, the controversial once-king of the YouTube beauty community, has weighed in on the latest social-media drama. But this time, the controversy doesn't actually involve him.
Charli D'Amelio, 16, the most-followed creator on TikTok, lost 1 million followers in three days after fans said she acted "entitled" in a YouTube video with her family. In the video, which featured beauty YouTuber James Charles, D'Amelio said that she wanted to reach 100 million TikTok followers within the year after first hitting 1 million. After the video was posted on Tuesday, unfollowing D'Amelio became a meme.Also in the video, D'Amelio's sister, Dixie, 19, said she threw up the seafood paella a private chef cooked for the family.
In an Instagram story on Friday, which others have screen-recorded and posted on Twitter, Star said he didn't know what drama had ensued, but that he doesn't want people he used to be friends with to speak about him."First of all, I have no idea what happened, I don't give a f--- what happened. I'm too busy worrying about myself and my family, and I don't care. I don't entertain it," Star said. "So if you were friends with me, and you're not anymore, keep my f---ing name out of your mouth, b----."
It was not immediately clear whom Star was referring to, but earlier this week, Charles defended D'Amelio in a tweet by comparing her situation to his own 2019 drama that involved Star. In a TikTok video, Charles told Paytas to "hold yourself and your friends accountable," and it's possible he was referring to Paytas.
—here for the tea (@HereForTheTea2) November 20, 2020Insider reached out to a representative for Star for comment. Charles famously feuded with Star and YouTuber Tati Westbrook in what's been dubbed "Dramageddon," last year's beauty YouTube war that continued this June when Westbrook claimed in a dramatic new video that Star and Shane Dawson had "manipulated" her into a feud with Charles.
Allegations of an abusive past, first reported by Insider's Kat Tenbarge, furthered Star's status as a controversial character in the YouTube beauty community.
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