The D'amelio sisters face backlash after being spotted on group TikTok holiday to The Bahamas

Daniella Scott
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Photo credit: Jim Spellman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jim Spellman - Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

It's been just over a month since Charli and Dixie D'Amelio faced backlash from fans for an episode of their new YouTube series, Dinner With the D'Amelios, but the TikTok sisters are already coming under fire again, after they were spotted on holiday with several other TikTok influencers in The Bahamas despite Los Angeles where the sisters live being under a stay-at-home order.

Fans are particularly unhappy with Charli who recently took to Instagram to urge fans to stay home and called people spending time with friends "inconsiderate".

In the Live, which has been doing the rounds on social media since the D'Amelio's were spotted on the trip, Charli tells fans, "If you're using this time to hang out with your friends since you don't have school, please stop being so inconsiderate to others... You may think this isn’t going to affect me or it isn’t that bad. You are putting other people at risk to get hurt and to be in pain."

However, a few days ago TikTok watchdog account TikTokRoom posted pictures and videos to Instagram appearing to show Charli and Dixie on holiday along with fellow TikTok influencers Noah Beck, Chase Hudson and others.

The posts suggests that the group also includes Avani Gregg, Anthony Reeves, Bryant Eslava and Madi Monroe who sparked criticism after she posted a picture of herself on a private jet without a mask on while en route to the holiday.

While most of the group have gone quiet on social media amid the backlash, fans have posted and location tagged pictures of themselves with the stars, suggesting they're on holiday at the Atlantis Resort in The Bahamas, and fans are taking to Twitter to voice their feelings.

Neither Charli nor Dixie has spoken publicly on the backlash. Cosmopolitan UK has reached out to their reps for comment.

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