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Early years Addison Rae Easterling[a] grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana, with her parents, Monty Lopez and Sheri Easterling. [3] Enzo Lopez and Lucas Lopez are Rae's younger brothers. Addison's parents split when she was young and divorced often during her life until remarrying in 2017. [6] Both parents have their own TikTok accounts, with Monty having 5 million followers and Sheri having 14 million. [7]

She wrote, "I owe you all an apology." I should not have uploaded a video with her ideas on Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter four years ago. She went on, recognizing her privilege and claiming ignorance of the socioeconomic inequities confronting the Black community at the time.

Others pointed to Addison's vocal support for Black Lives Matter and other social justice groups as being in conflict with Trump's agenda. One reader said, "Miss Addison Rae, how you taking from black artists and shaking hands with Trump and saying its so lovely to meet you ermmm the math ain't mathing." Nonetheless, others came to the young TikTok star's rescue. View Related Images Donald Trump vs. the Media – PICS President Donald J. Trump of the United States meets with members of the coronavirus task group during a news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, DC. President Trump and members of the Coronavirus Task Force speak during a news conference in Washington, District of Columbia, USA on April 9, 2020. May 4th 2020 - Lesley Stahl has been discharged from the hospital after being treated for coronavirus symptoms. - File zz/Demis Maryannakis/STAR MAX/IPx 2016 9/20/16 Lesley Stahl attended the Fall Fashion Gala of The New York City Ballet on September 20, 2016 at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City. (NYC)

It's odd, therefore, that TikTok's greatest breakthrough stars aren't musical theatre singers, hip-hop choreographers, or rhythmic gymnastics. The biggest stars are the popular students, much as in a real high school talent show. What I'm referring about here is TikTok, the app's side that might be defined as gorgeous people shooting themselves being pretty. On TikTok, you may be a decent dancer with an expressive face and receive a beauty brand, a publicist-concocted relationship with a Kardashian, and a leading part in the gender-swapped Netflix production of Shes All That in a year. You can appear on the Tonight Show, perform the TikTok dances that made you famous, receive a lot of backlash for not crediting the original choreographers, and still come out mostly unscathed, because criticizing you for not having talent or piggybacking on the creations of others completely misses the point: no one follows you because they expect you to be talented. They are drawn to you because they like you.

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