Social media may still be debating Charli and Dixie D'Amelio's behavior in the now-viral "Dinner With The D'Amelios" video, but Chef Aaron May hasn't given it another thought since the video was shared earlier this week.
In a video, she said: "My family and I have been working with Chef Aaron May for a couple of months now, working on content for our channel and working on content for his channel, and [we've] made an wonderful friendship".
Dixie echoed Burns' thoughts in a video of her own on Wednesday. As May explained the goal of the ingredient in the meal, she starts gagging before running off to throw up.
"It's classic paella, and it's actually an omen of good luck and fortune", Aaron told the table.
The 16-year-old and her sister Dixie, 19, received a huge backlash from fans who were not impressed with the siblings' treatment of their personal chef.
"All of this is happening because [of] a misunderstanding", she tearfully explained, as quoted by Us Weekly.
"And if this is the community I'm in and the community that I put myself in, I don't know if I want to do that anymore". "I feel like it's not that hard, and you can say whatever".
Dancing star Charlie tried to play down the drama by posting a sobbing clip on Thursday night, where she accused her critics of attacking her personally, saying "messed up stuff" to her and even sending death threats.
Charli D'Amelio (L) and Dixie D'Amelio arrive at iHeartRadio's Z100 Jingle Ball 2019 at Madison Square Garden on December 13, 2019, in New York City.
She said "I wish I had more time".
The outlet noted that the duo has lost hundreds of thousands of followers since the video was released.
In the video, Dixie can be seen doing the usual stereotypical TikTok dances in an ironic way with audio from Trisha Paytas rapping along to NWA's "F*** the Police".
"Basically, that clip, that wasn't in the original video, is my team, and chef Aaron May trying to convince me to try snail, knowing that I would have a reaction". Meanwhile, Charli asked if they had any "dino nuggets" that she could eat instead.
She adds: "I love Chef and I would never disrespect him in any way [so] maybe don't judge someone's personality on a 15 second video".