Celebrity·Posted on Dec 28, 2020Here Are Some Of The Worst Influencer Fails From 2020Turning off your phone is an option, people.by Natasha JokicBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink It's safe to say that 2020 probably wasn't many people's finest year. However, with more time than ever to spend on our phones, some controversies were bound to happen. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @snl / Via giphy.com So here are just some of the worst influencer fails from this year: 1. First, when TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D'Amelio were super rude to their personal chef in their new YouTube series. The D'Amelio Family / Via youtube.com 2. When Trisha Paytas, a YouTuber who has a history of being problematic herself, decided to insert herself into the whole thing. Trisha Paytas @trishapaytas Imagine always being the victim in every situation,James how do u do it ? How r u so perfect ? I know it’s easy to deflect to me now. But imagine being JAMES CHARLES-More hated than even Trisha Paytas whew, what a feat 👏🏻 ps stop stealing small creators art,clothing, mu looks etc https://t.co/qyPQwSphqU 10:26 PM - 19 Nov 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. And then when Dixie's response was to upload a video of her dancing to Trisha rapping the n-word. Dixie D'Amelio / Via tiktok.com 4. When YouTuber Gabi DeMartino's OnlyFans account was suspended, after she sold a video of herself as a toddler flashing the camera. View this photo on Instagram Gabi DeMartino / Via instagram.com 5. When travel influencer Tupi Saravia photoshopped clouds — the same clouds — into a bunch of her photos. Matt Navarra @MattNavarra This travel ‘influencer’ spookily has the same clouds in every photo. 😲🤔😆 04:15 PM - 28 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. When YouTubers Tana Mongeau and Erika Costell uploaded a video of them at a party during quarantine saying, “We don’t fucking care.” Def Noodles @defnoodles Tana Mongeau says “Listen, we don’t f**king care” in video where she and Erika Costell appear to be in house party. Tana went to 2 other COVID parties at Jake Paul’s house and Hype House. Notably, James Charles apologized yesterday for Hype House party. What are your thoughts? 03:49 PM - 26 Jul 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Tana later denied that the statement was in reference to the pandemic. 7. When the mayor of LA cut the power of TikToker Bryce Hall's mansion after he kept hosting huge parties. View this photo on Instagram Bryce Hall / Via instagram.com 8. In general, when influencers wouldn't stop partying and posting about it on social media. tyler oakley @tyleroakley hi @jamescharles @NikitaDragun @tanamongeau @larrayxo @charlidamelio @dixiedamelio & any others who have been partying in large groups - please consider social distancing, mask wearing, & using your huge platforms to encourage responsibility during a worldwide pandemic. https://t.co/G3CeWfk3uZ 06:51 PM - 22 Jul 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 9. When makeup YouTuber Jeffree Star released a palette called "Cremated" in the middle of a pandemic. View this photo on Instagram Jeffree Star / Via instagram.com 10. When YouTuber Shane Dawson addressed Dramageddon 2.0 via an aggressive Instagram Live, where he denied Tati Westbrook's claims. Shane Dawson / Via Instagram: @shanedawson Shane hasn't posted a video on YouTube since. 11. When NYC influencer Arielle Charnas left the city for the Hamptons less than two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19 in March. View this photo on Instagram Arielle Charnas / Via instagram.com 12. When Naomi Davis, an NYC parenting Instagrammer, took her family on a cross-country RV road trip at end of March, when the pandemic was hitting the tristate area hard. View this photo on Instagram Taza / Via instagram.com 13. When Instagram guru Rachel Hollis posted a Maya Angelou quote onto her grid without attribution, making it seem like her own. View this photo on Instagram ckyourprivilege / Via instagram.com 14. When Bryce Hall tried to argue that ARIANA GRANDE used him and other TikTok stars for clout when she called out people for partying during the pandemic. Hollywood Raw / Via youtube.com 15. When the Stokes twins were charged in connection with two fake robberies that they posted as YouTube pranks. View this photo on Instagram Alan Stokes / Via instagram.com 16. Finally, when YouTuber Jake Paul's home was raided by the FBI in connection with his involvement with a mall looting. View this photo on Instagram Jake Paul / Via instagram.com 2020 is finally (almost) over, and we're looking back on the year. Check out even more from the year here!