Two Kylie Jenner lookalikes are feuding on TikTok after one accused the other of "attacking" her.
TikTok user @taylormmad claimed that @novaellisson made "fake accounts to comment and lie" about her.
In a video posted to TikTok, @taylormmad said that the other lookalike had "blocked" her.
Two Kylie Jenner lookalikes are feuding on TikTok after one accused the other of "attacking" her in comments underneath her videos and later blocking her.
TikTok user Taylor Madison, who posts as @taylormmad, posted a video on August 15 that included a screenshot of what appeared to be a now-deleted video by fellow Kylie lookalike Nova Ellisson (@novaellisson).
"She's clout chasing, still coming at me after weeks, censoring my side of the story, blocking everyone who doesn't say what she wants to hear," Ellisson wrote in the now-deleted TikTok.
Madison said the video was about her and that Ellison was "saying insane things."
"Let me tell you guys the truth. I had one person call me ugly in a comment and tag Nova, saying that she was the real deal, she looked more like Kylie, and I wasn't shit," she said, telling her followers that she immediately decided to block the commenter.
@taylormmad #greenscreen THE TRUE STORY!!!! Ain’t nobody clout chasing baby girl! Quit lying my dear! #foryou #fyp ♬ original sound - Tay
Madison went on to say that Ellison was "offended, almost," because she had blocked the commenter.
"Honestly, I think it was because I was getting more views at the time," she said.
In text accompanying the video, Madison wrote: "GUYS!!! I DO NOT CARE WHO LOOKS MORE LIKE KYLIE LOL! that is not the point! When I see myself, I just see me!! I'm not trying to be anyone! 💓"
A TikTok posted by Ellisson on August 16 appeared to show screenshots where she reached out to Madison via Instagram to talk through the issue.
In the caption, Ellisson said that she had "tried" to resolve things with Madison and acknowledged that she "confronted" Madison about blocking another user. She also said she had apologized "3 times" and has owned up to her "mistake," but that Tay had continued to "post more TikToks" discussing it.
"I told her we should talk things through," Ellison wrote in the caption. "I'm sure she misunderstood me, and I misunderstood her. I'm done with this, and I just want people to know what's going on behind the scenes. I'm not trying to be Kylie and not attacking anyone. I hope this cleared up some things for you❤️"
According to the screenshot of the conversation, Madison said: "Now you've made your followers believe I'm some sort of jealous bad person when that isn't true at all."
Ellisson responded that she didn't want Madison to be "mad" at her and that she was sorry for hurting her with "false information," as well as asking the other TikToker to delete her videos about the situation.
Ellisson said that both were "suffering" from the feud and it wasn't "a good look." She also suggested they "clear things up" by pretending that the feud was a "stunt."
Madison refused the suggestion and said, "If you can think of some other way I might be open to it and deleting the videos."
Madison posted another video on August 16, with on-screen text that said Ellisson had blocked her and deleted comments on her videos written by her. She added that she gave Ellisson "a chance to take accountability and tell the truth, and she wouldn't."
Neither Ellisson nor Madison responded to requests for comment from Insider.
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