These Major TikTok Feuds Took Over the Internet

Kori Williams
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Photo credit: Courtney Chavez
Photo credit: Courtney Chavez

From Seventeen

Not only has TikTok provided us with hours of dancing, DIYs and comic relief, but at a time when many of our favorite shows are on indefinite hiatus, it's given us tons of drama, too. From cheating scandals and diss tracks to content houses divided, it seems like every week a new TikTok feud or controversy plays out over social media. With so many players and so many tweets, shady comments, and tell-all vids being posted on social media, it can be hard to keep track of all the TikTok drama. If you're living for the tea and finding yourself doing a deep dive on Google trying to figure out what really happened between your favorite TikTokers, we've got you covered. Here's everything you need to know about the biggest TikTok feuds of 2020.

Daisy Keech and Thomas Petrou

In some of the biggest TikTok drama of 2020, Daisy Keech left The Hype House back in February 2020. She was a founder of the content house along with Thomas Petrou and Chase Hudson, but the two had a falling out that caused Daisy to leave the house to create The Clubhouse.

In a 23-minute-long YouTube video posted in March 2020, Daisy spilled it all. She claimed that Thomas was manipulative and controlling.

And then there was this shady TikTok Daisy posted in April 2020 that fans thought was about Thomas.

Thomas denied much of this, and shared a very different side of the story. Daisy said that she hired Thomas as her full-time photographer after her was let go from the Team 10 house, for example. But Thomas said that he shot pictures of Daisy for free.

Now, it looks like both of them have moved on. Daisy has left The Clubhouse to focus on her own separate ventures., meanwhile the Hype House is getting its own show called The Hype Life that will focus on Thomas and Chase as well as the other members of the house.

Chase Hudson, Charli D'Amelio, Griffin Johnson and Many More

Back in July 2020, TikTok stars from both The Hype House and the Sway House began unfollowing each other. There were some shady tweets about fake people and people doing things for attention. But there were also a few cryptic posts from Charli and she seemed to delete all her pics of her and Chase from Instagram.

Chase confirmed what all the drama was about in a now deleted tweet saying, "All of this drama going on is because I kissed Nessa when we were both single." But Charli wasn't having it. She replied saying, "Then you shouldn't have come to my house after without telling me..."

Then, other TikTok stars chimed into the conversation giving their opinions. Chase hopped on Twitter accusing many others of cheating on each other, saying Griffin Johnson allegedly cheated on Dixie D'Amelio, Josh Richards cheated on Nessa, and more. He ended the tweet by calling everyone he called out "hypocrites."

But it seems all has been forgiven since. Charli posted a TikTok of her and Chase dancing in August 2020. They also have publicly apologized to each other. Charli went on Instagram Live to speak on everything. She apologized for her tweets, to Nessa and to Chase for all the hate he was getting. "Chase, I'm very sorry that you're getting hate," she says. "You do not deserve to be told the awful things that people are telling you to do." She goes on to say, "I still love Chase from the bottom of my heart, no matter what has happened."

Chase also went on Instagram Live for his apology. "I just wanted to come on here and really apologize to all you guys for the way things unfolded online," Chase said. "I should have just done my part and kept it offline." He went on to say that he apologized to Charli previously and privately and that he spoke things through with the Sway House.

Chase Hudson and Josh Richards

In March 2020, Josh and Bryce Hall released a diss track about Chase called "Still Softish", which they said was in response to Chase allegedly sending Nessa nudes while she and Josh were together. In a video from the same month explaining the diss track, Josh says that Nessa showed him the messages Chase supposedly sent her. In another video, Josh mentions that he wouldn't have written a whole diss track if all Chase did was hop into his girlfriend's DMs, indicating that Chase did more that we don't know about.

In June 2020, Josh and Nessa posted a video saying they broke up. "We were in a very serious relationship, but almost not ready for as serious as it was," he said.

Bryce Hall and Thomas Petrou

Even though Bryce and Thomas ARE friends, they've had some serious beef. Back in July 2020, Bryce tweeted that the Hype House is "full of lies and sh*t ass content." He later deleted the tweet, but then he told The Hollywood Fix the same thing. "Hype House content is all fake."

Once that clip was posted on The TikTokRoom, Thomas got involved. He commented on the video saying, "Kid's content is literally only talking about us at this point 😂." He continued on saying how the two houses make the same kind of content. Thomas and Bryce went back and forth in the comments and eventually unfollowed each other on Instagram.

One month later, in August 2020, The Hollywood Fix posted another video with Thomas saying he didn't want to keep seeing Bryce say all these things online. "I was just a little tired to waking up to TikTokRoom with someone talking sh*t everyday that I thought was my friend," he said.

Then in yet another clip from that same month, paparazzi caught up with Thomas asking him if he’d box anyone in the Sway House for a video. Thomas said he wouldn’t box for content. "I don’t personally like to handle my problems like that," he said. "I don’t wanna box someone for views. I wanna fight them off camera so that they can learn a lesson."

The day after that video was posted, Bryce posted a video on his YouTube channel titled, “Listen Up Hype House Owner….” He didn’t back down from his previous statement that The Hype House makes fake content, but he added that he did want to box Thomas.

Bryce Hall and The Hype House, but mostly Thomas Petrou

Bryce also called out the Hype House out on his podcast, Capital University, saying the way its members spend money is "stupid." He guessed that Thomas makes $150,000 a month at the most and that he's too caught up in trying to look rich.

"They don't understand that social media, this popping time that they're in, isn't going to last forever," Bryce said. "And right now, when you're at the top, this is when you're going to be making the most money. You just have to find a way to sustain it. They haven't had the awakening yet...Watching them do that, I want to pull my hair out. I'm like, 'Why are these kids so stupid?'"

As of now, Thomas hasn't responded.

Dixie D'Amelio and Griffin Johnson

After about five months of dating, Dixie and Griffin broke up in July 2020. After Chase Hudson's cheating scandal with Charli, he tweeted a list of other content house members who had cheated on their girlfriends. This tweet has since been deleted, but it alleged Griffin had cheated on Dixie with two women.

Following that, a viral TikTok exposed Griffin for adding another woman on Snapchat, asking her to send him pictures and saying he's single.

At the beginning of August 2020, Dixie posted a YouTube video titled "My Last Date with Griffin." In the intro, she revealed that the two had broken up but the video had already been scheduled to be uploaded.

The following month, Griffin said he didn't cheat on Dixie in a vlog posted to Bryce's channel. But he did admit, "I did Snapchat a girl."

But what is a breakup without a soundtrack? In September 2020, Griffin released a song called "Convenient" which seems to be about Dixie and their split. Dixie then used audio from the song in a TikTok exposing his cheating. It has tons of receipts of Griffin talking to other women and saying he's single.

Afterwards, Griffin tweeted admitted what he did was wrong. "I admit to f*cking up," the tweet says. "I’m not perfect. God knows I’m not even close but time for others to admit the same."

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