Dixie D’Amelio hits back at ex-partner Griffin Johnson’s new diss track

Published: 24/Sep/2020 7:19

by Brad Norton


Griffin Johnson addressed cheating allegations in a new diss track against his ex Dixie D’Amelio, who has since gone on to ridicule the song and expose his lies.

The relationship between these TikTok stars came crashing down amidst a messy cheating scandal. While D’Amelio denied such allegations about her partner at first, an eventual split saw her exposing “48 screenshots” of Johnson’s infidelity.


Since then, things have only spiraled further out of control. Johnson made a fake apology video but continued to deny cheating accusations all the while. In an attempt to “set the record straight” once and for all, he uploaded a diss track on September 21.

This was an effort to clear his name amidst the drama, though it may have had an adverse effect in the long run. D’Amelio reacted to the song in a TikTok just a few days later, tearing the lyrics apart and exposing countless lies.


“You’re the one that didn’t want me,” Johnson sings throughout the track. In her reaction video, however, D’Amelio let dozens of pictures speak for her.

She remained silent throughout her TikTok, purely relying on screenshots and facial expressions to get her point across.

Many of the leaked pictures show conversations between Johnson and other social media celebs. Some are more innocent than others, though many outright confirm his cheating tendencies throughout their relationship.


“You aired our dirty laundry out for everyone to see,” he continues in the track while D’Amelio adds more fuel to the fire. She even sang along at various points during the reaction video, sarcastically hitting out at the lyrics on display.

One leaked text, in particular, highlighted how he pledged to “never say another thing” about his ex online. That promise didn’t quite last, however, as this diss track is clearly targeted at D’Amelio in particular.

@dixiedamelioreal convenient…♬ original sound – ally

With all of the drama leading up to this direct callout, and D’Amelio starring in her own music videos, perhaps a follow up track could be on the horizon.


Bryce Hall slams “fake influencers” for partying despite restrictions

Published: 19/Oct/2020 20:53

by Virginia Glaze


TikTok star Bryce Hall is calling out “fake influencers” for partying in spite of social distancing restrictions, just a month after claiming he’s quitting his own partying ways until LA city ordinances are lifted.

Bryce Hall is the self-described “party animal” of the TikTok world, notoriously being charged by the City of Los Angeles for throwing two house parties despite the area’s social distancing ordinances.


Faced with a $2,000 fine and potential jail time, Hall later took to his YouTube channel to state that he his no longer throwing huge parties until it’s safe — but it doesn’t look like his fellow influencers are taking the hint.

Since Hall’s video was released, a number of social media stars have faced criticism for partying, including the likes of Nikita Dragun, Charli D’Amelio and rapper/Instagram star Zach Clayton, who Hall called out for his partying habits in a pointed Tweet.


“I have a theory that the influencers who continue going to parties every night don’t own a brain,” Clayton said of the influencer-partying phenomenon. “Correct me if I’m wrong, though.”

It seems that Hall felt Clayton was being a bit of a hypocrite, as he shot back by calling him a “fake influencer,” claiming that Clayton publicly decries large gatherings but attends them himself in spite of his words of warning.

“Practice what you preach and try not to be fake,” Hall shot back. “Let’s remember you attended my birthday party.”


“See, the difference here is I can get called out for attending a party, learn form my mistakes, then actually follow through when I say I won’t go out anymore,” Clayton replied. “I haven’t been to a party since then.”

Bryce wasn’t convinced by Clayton’s response, though, and accused him of attending “large gatherings every day not following [redacted] guidelines” — a statement that Clayton seemed to brush off.

This is far from the first time Hall has taken shots at other influencers for partying, by far; he made similar claims in an interview with Entertainment Tonight two weeks ago, calling other influencers “liars” for going to parties but promoting social distancing on social media.


No matter how you spin it, it looks like Hall has learned his lesson and is attempting to curb the current health crisis by calling out other stars — but it doesn’t look like it’s working all too well.

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