Addison Rae has revealed that she has been permanently banned from using TikTok.
Addison Rae has been permanently banned from TikTok, the online sensation said on October 14, citing “multiple violations” of the platform’s Community Guidelines as the reason for her suspension.
The cause for Rae’s apparent permanent suspension has yet to be revealed, yet the platform has been used to falsely block other celebrities.
The 21-year-old is one of TikTok’s biggest stars, having emerged with Charli D’Amelio, Loren Gray, and others as part of the first wave of new-age celebrities to emerge from the social media platform in 2020. Rae had the third-highest number of followers on Twitter before her suspension, which she originally revealed on October 14.
“Well, time to get a job,” the TikTok star remarked when the ban was revealed.
Users who try to visit Addison Rae’s previously verified profile on the ByteDance-owned app suddenly see an error message that says “Couldn’t find this account.”
Despite the fact that Rae’s original social media platform of choice was TikTok, the 21-year-old star has broadened her social media reach in the last 24 months. The actress has 40.1 million Instagram followers and 4.8 million Twitter followers. The socialite from Los Angeles also vlogs on YouTube, where she has 4.7 million fans.
She also shifted her focus to a possible music career in March of this year, releasing her first tune “Obsessed” alongside a music video that has received 24.1 million views and 771,000 positive replies. In addition, the star has hinted that more music is on the way in the near future.
Addison was most recently seen in the Netflix rom-com He’s All That is part of a multi-film contract signed by the influencer with Netflix in late 2020.
The TikTok sensation has had a rocky relationship with her original platform this year, but she has maintained a consistent uploading schedule on the social media network since her meteoric rise to fame 18 months ago.
However, there were concerns in February that she had abandoned the app for good.
Addison quickly debunked those claims, stating that she had no plans to abandon the ByteDance app, even while she pursued her other endeavours on Netflix, in the music industry, and online. “I think as long as [TikTok] is a thing, I’ll be on it,” she stated at the time.
After her suspension on TikTok on October 14, Rae’s plan may have changed. Dexerto will keep you up to date on everything that happens.