Charli D’Amelio Goes Off On Sister Dixie After She Jokes About Killing The Family Dog
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Charli D’Amelio and her older sister, Dixie, recently found themselves at the center of a storm following an argument on their Hulu series, The D’Amelio Show. The incident occurred when the family gathered to discuss their pet dog Rebel’s eating habits, and it escalated quickly when Dixie made a shocking joke about Rebel’s fate.
Charli D’Amelio Gets Angered by Her Sister’s Joke
The D’Amelio sisters, Charli and Dixie, have captured the hearts of millions with their dance moves and relatable content on various social media platforms. However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows when the cameras are rolling. In a recent episode of their Hulu series, the family discussed the possibility of moving houses, but the conversation took an unexpected turn when they shifted their focus to Charli’s beloved pet, Rebel.
While joking, Dixie referred to Rebel as a “fat dog” and suggested that they needed a plan for her. The situation escalated when Dixie quietly uttered the words “Execute her?” as a sarcastic joke. Charli’s reaction was immediate and intense, as she rebuked her sister.
“What the f*ck is wrong with you? That’s so mean; you can’t put that out in the world,” Charli said.
Charli’s emotional reaction was understandable, as it’s evident she cares deeply for her pet. Her outburst, fueled by concern for Rebel, showcased the protective side of her personality.
Moreover, their mother, Heidi, quickly sided with Charli, expressing her disapproval of Dixie’s joke. The tension in the room became palpable as Charli decided to exit the conversation, leaving behind a family in turmoil. Dixie, on the other hand, reacted with frustration, calling her younger sister “a b*tch.”
Charli, Dixie D’Amelio Open Up About Challenges of Being in the Public Eye
In a recent interview with Collider, Charli and Dixie D’Amelio, the famous TikTok siblings who have taken the world by storm, offered a glimpse into the unique challenges they face as young adults living in the public eye. Aged 19 and 22 respectively, they shared candid insights into the balance between authenticity and the constant presence of cameras in their lives.
“We get very comfortable with the people that we are with every day and who are in our house, so we are ourselves,” Dixie said. “People are gonna see this, and have opinions on you, so maybe don’t be so relaxed all the time.”
Their journey from social media stardom to reality TV has been a mixed bag of blessings and challenges. While their social media presence initially generated interest, transitioning to reality TV presented uncertainties about how much of their lives they should reveal on camera.