If you’ve been up to speed with social media personalities then the name Dixie D’Amelio isn’t strange to you. Dixie is arguably one of TikTok’s biggest names and very promising talent to look out for in the social space. The star boasts about 48.7 million followers on the platform.
Dixie D’Amelio is popular on the platform for her original music and catchy dance videos. She is also the older sister to TikTok’s most-followed person, Charli D’Amelio. Dixie has done so well for herself over the years. Dixie has come out to announce that she’ll be taking a bow from Twitter. Here’s why.
Why Dixie D’Amelio Is Deleting Her Twitter Account
There was chaos on January 8th when Dixie announced that she’ll be leaving Twitter. The star first joined Twitter in January 2017 and since then has amassed over 3.9M followers. In her tweet she wrote “Goodbye Twitter, It was fun”, she wrote.
Her message did not go down well with some people who criticized her for being a Trump fan. Their argument was based on the fact that she chose to delete her account the very day Trump was banned from Twitter. The star came out to clarify her decision to leave the platform. She however deleted the tweet and replaced it with a pic captioned “This is why I’m leaving Twitter, sorry for my disgusting timing lmaooo.”
The star took to Twitter to hit out at critics for linking her decision with the U.S president’s ban. “I don’t f**king support Trump,” she wrote. “I’ve said it 100 f**king times… the reason I deleted Twitter was because I spend way too much time reading hate. My timing was just awful lol.”
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Be it as it may it looks like the star has officially brought an end to her days on Twitter. Her main reason for leaving being that she spent too much time reading hate which could be a bad thing on its own. To her 3.9M followers who’d want to see her on the platform again, I’d say “never say die”, and keep your fingers crossed.
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