Addison Rae apologises for retweeting an "All Lives Matter" video

Lawrence Kim
July 11, 2020

Fans had been growing anxious about Addison's whereabouts after she disappeared from social media at the end of June.

Before posting her apology, Addison hadn't posted on social media since June 28, the same day she shared her last TikTok.

No, seriously. Some followers got so carried away with conspiracy theories about her noticeable absence online this past week and somehow came up with a theory that Addison is secretly pregnant.

Bryce Hall is addressing speculation about Addison Easterling, a.k.a. Addison Rae.

However there are now no reports confirming that the Louisana native is in hospital.

Is Addison Rae In The Hospital? While at dinner, Addison celebrated her one-year TikTok anniversary by recreating her first ever TikTok with Bryce.

On her speedy increase to fame, she explained to Enterprise Insider, "I in the beginning located out about TikTok via a good deal of young ladies at my school and in my dance studio".

Many imagine that it mustn't have taken her every week to post an apology.

In January, she signed with WME for illustration in all areas.

Addison, who was a student at Louisiana State University at the time, saw a lot of the middle-schoolers she babysat using the app and made a decision to try it for herself. "I remember becoming in a couple of them, and following a though I downloaded it, not considering I was going to article". 93,000 likes, and I was like woah. Ahead of her, in the No. 1 slot is Charlie D'Amelio with over 69 million followers.

"I attribute all my social media growth across all platforms to one thing: Consistency", she told Forbes.

On Wednesday Addison addressed the controversy and apologised
On Wednesday Addison addressed the controversy and apologised

"Daily, I post three to five pieces of content on each platform".

TikTok influencer Addison Rae has recently landed in hot waters with her fan base after an Anti-Black Lives Matter was posted to her account close to four years ago.

Five months after joining the app, Addison moved into the Hype House in December 2019 alongside notable TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D'Amelio.

Rumours online said Addison Rae had "drowned" during social media silence.

"We both mutually decided that. Like, we were just busy doing our own things".

As her popularity continued to rise, Addison had a song written about her by The Kid LAROI.

The two seemingly confirmed they're together by kissing in a TikTok.

After taking a two-week hiatus from social media, Addison shared a statement on Twitter, apologizing for her actions.

Addison isn't the principal VIP to be blamed for dark fishing; celebrities like Ariana Grande and the Kardashians have been accused of appropriating Black culture for a long time.

On Monday, screenshots from Addison's Snapchat started circulating Twitter.

Popular Tik Toker Addison Rae is apologizing for an All Lives Matter video from four years ago on her Tik Tok page.

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