TikTok stars Dixie D'Amelio and Griffin Johnson split
TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio has split from Griffin Johnson.
Dixie and fellow internet star Griffin had publicly confirmed their relationship in June, sharing social media snaps together and appearing in each other’s videos.
However, they’ve now called it quits.
Dixie is thought to have unfollowed her ex on Instagram and TikTok following a video by Madison Galley, who alleged Griffin sent her messages including one that read: ‘I’m single btw’ while they were still together.
The older D’Amelio sister simply commented the eyes emoji on the video.
Dixie has since protected her Twitter account, while Charli has been celebrating her sister’s accomplishments, after announcing to her followers that the star has graduated.
Griffin previously faced cheating allegations from fellow TikTok star Chase Hudson, after he posted a lengthy statement following his split from Dixie’s sister Charli.
He claimed the TikTok star had cheated on his girlfriend with Tayler Holder’s ex-girlfriend Kaylyn, and Bryce Hall’s ex-girlfriend Elle.
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Griffin seemed unbothered by the claims, simply tweeting at the time: ‘Someone get this kid off the internet,’ and adding: ‘Tik tok drama is wack.’
The star has taken a break from social media in recent weeks, writing on Twitter: ‘Mental health is a serious issue in the culture of TikTok right now.
‘Regardless of whether you think it’s funny or not, the hateful comments can really break people down. your comment may be the one that pushes someone over the edge so think before you type. I’m taking a break.’
Dixie boasts a following of more than 32 million on TikTok, sharing dancing videos, as well as clips with her family, and is also a musician, recently releasing her track Be Happy.
Griffin has a following of more than eight million, with his last TikTok with Dixie being posted just this week.
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