Dixie D’Amelio has amassed over 30 million followers on TikTok and has recently made headlines after being linked to Sway House member, Noah Beck.
Although she is the older sister of the undisputed queen of TikTok, Charli D’Amelio, Dixie has made a name for herself as a content creator on the video sharing platform.
Recently, some alarming videos have been going round the internet called “deep fakes”, which are edited videos of Dixie.
Dixie has addressed the issue, and Addison Rae has also spoken up.
What is a “deep fake”?
A deep fake video, according to Wikipedia, is “synthetic media in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else’s likeness.”
Deepfakes have become particularly popular on TikTok, with users making fake videos of their favourite creators, which are made to look extremely realistic.
Dixie D’Amelio speaks out about deep fakes
On September 16th, the Instagram page TikTokroom uploaded a screenshot of a deep fake video of Dixie D’Amelio, as well as showing Dixie’s comment on the video.
Despite Dixie only being 19 years old, people online have reportedly been making inappropriate deep fake videos and pictures of her.
Dixie commented on the video: “Yes this is a deep fake but my parents are on this app chill.”
Addison Rae showed her support for Dixie, and also spoke up on the matter, writing: “I can relate to this.”
Fans react to Dixie D’Amelio deep fakes
Many fans have taken to the internet to call out users making deep fakes of TikTok content creators such as Addison and Dixie. Many worried about how they were feeling about the content: