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As a teenager, TikTok star has caused a stir with a controversial video highlighting the warning signs of domestic violence and how victims can competently disguise yourself an injury with personal care products.
The 16-year-old girl, named Amber, who recently shared a quick clip of himself lip-syncing with Lily Allen’s tune “Not Fair” when they are deftly hidden in a fake bruise on her orbital bone, and the forehead, with a make-up sponge.
“Oh, he treats me with respect. He says he loves me all the time. He calls me 15 times a day. He likes to make sure that I’m okay,” Amber, a nervous lip-syncs along, if they are anxious, and fidgeted in the video. In the caption of the clip, she wrote: “[If] your friend is trying to convince you of the bruises that have been spotted were not from her boyfriend.”
#pov your friend is trying to convince you of the bruises that have been spotted were not from her boyfriend. #fyp
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Posted on the teenager’s @MakeupByAmber page, the video has already received 208,000 likes, and 600 comments in the afternoon.
Some users have even pointed out and identified themselves as victims of domestic violence and thanked the girl for raising awareness of the often-ignored warning signs, as per the BBC.
“Thank you for doing this. I am the last man standing,” a TikTokker may be revealed.
“This is such a powerful thing. I’m going through this now with a friend who always makes excuses and a brush off,” is that of an echo.
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Critics, meanwhile, felt that she was to be the message has to be “dark,” for fun and light-hearted, social, platform, and claimed that it produced the video in order to continue to grow its following.
“This is … this is not the way to go in order to raise the awareness,” the one in charge.
Another said that domestic violence “isn’t going to be done by the people, and they do not TikToks about it.”
– In This Jan. 9 in other words, the Amber, the argument is that they are not inspired to make a video of it for the attention, but because it was a friend of the family had suffered abuse.
“The message of the video is don’t ignore the signs of domestic abuse and violence. If you have the slightest concern, take it up with the person,” the student told the BBC.
“I feel like domestic violence is something that needs to be more awareness.”
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According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV,) with an average of 20 people will experience domestic violence every minute of every day in the united states alone, amounting to more than 10 million to abuse victims each year. It will be good for up to 15 percent of all violent crime and is most common at women between the ages of 18 and 24.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides anonymous, confidential help and can be reached at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE.)
Fox News’ Hollie McKay contributed to this report.