Charli D’Amelioc supposed death in a car crash is just a rumour. Here’s how the vicious death hoax against the TikTok star got started.
Many of Charli D’Amelio’s followers on social media have been misled into thinking that she was killed in a car accident after seeing the numerous posts about her death that have surfaced this week.
The 16-year-old, however, is alive and well and was never involved in a collision. Then why are rumors circulating that she has died?
An online video channel predicted that Charli will pass away on March 12th.
Initiating the death hoax was a spooky YouTube channel called 2021 Vision, which claimed the TikTok star would die on March 12th.
The website 2021 Vision first appeared in February, and it claims to know with pinpoint accuracy which celebrities will pass away in the coming year and on which dates.
Whoever is responsible for the channel has posted over 50 films with the names and supposed death dates of celebrities who would all pass away in 2021.
Everyone assumed Charli D’Amelio had died when a YouTube video predicted her death on that Friday.
What happened to Charli D’Amelio?
According to the video posted on 22 February 2021, Charli would be dead on 12 March 2021. The TikTok star may have sent a video to Instagram Stories on Friday night pleading for votes in the Favorite Female Social Star category at the 2021 Kids’ Choice Awards, but she was very much alive and well.
It’s the YouTube channel It appears 2021 Vision wants to cash in on the success of the 2020 Vision account, which has taken steps to differentiate itself from imitators. This is the only way I can communicate with the outside world. “2021 Vision, 2025 Vision, and 2030 Vision are all hoaxes,” reads the bio on 2020 Vision’s YouTube channel.
In a video broadcast in 2017, the 2020 Vision account attempted to foretell Kobe Bryant’s death by properly predicting the NBA legend will die on January 26, 2020. However, some have pointed out that the account’s YouTuber creator may have falsified the years-old forecast by posting a private video including the celebrity’s name and every conceivable date in the year, then releasing the video to the public after the accurate date was trimmed out.
When did Charli D’Amelio’s vehicle crash happen?
Another video from 2021 Vision predicted Charli’s death by an automobile accident, but this too appears to be an attention-seeking stunt. And once again, YouTube commenters have had enough. Someone even went so far as to write, “She’s still alive.” You’re just trying to build your reputation.
It appears from her Instagram Stories that Charli did use a car yesterday, but just to drive to Dunkin’ for a cup of her eponymous beverage. A Dunkin’ Cold Brew with three pumps of caramel was named the Charli Cold Foam and released in September 2020 in her honor to celebrate the social media star’s success. In addition, a “remix” version including sugary cinnamon and chilly foam was produced by the coffee chain in February.
CHARLI REMOVES THE VIDEO FROM TIKTOK.
As the death hoax spread over social media, people started acting out. Snide remarks regarding Charli’s death flooded her most recent TikTok dancing video.
Eventually, the death threats became intolerable, and she had to take the video down.