Zara Larsson accuses James Charles of DM'ing her boyfriend


'I'm sorry for everything that is going on everything and I've put you through over the past three weeks'. "You know, it's really disgusting to manipulate someone's sexuality, especially when they are still emerging into adulthood".

Swedish singer Zara Larsson (who I interviewed back in the day - sweet gal) claimed that James once slid into her STRAIGHT boyfriend's DMs.

In the days since, Charles, who had as many as 16 million followers on YouTube before Westbrook's video, has been unfollowed by more than 1 million accounts.

In 2016 he made history when at 17 he became the first ever male to appear on the front page of CoverGirl magazine.

"Oh my God, you tried to trick a straight man into thinking he's gay, yet again", she continued.

As well as working together - Tati Westbrook and James Charles - have been friends for several years.

In the video, she said: 'You sold out me, but you threw away our friendship.

In response to Tati's frustration and condemnation of watching him romantically pursuing men that he knows are straight Charles said, "Boys have been a topic that I've talked a lot about on my social media journey, and it's a topic I wish I hadn't. I don't want to be associated with you". "When she is OK and back in her game, I would die to do a video with her".

A fan shared a video of her dancing to Charles' sappy apology video as a means of taking the piss.

She added: "You are using your fame, power and money to play with people's emotions". "And I don't blame them for it", he admits.

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"This is a conversation I know a lot of people are uncomfortable with, and something I should be more careful with bringing to the public eye".

James is no stranger to controversy, he was heavily criticised after he tweeted a joke about catching Ebola while visiting Africa in the midst of the epidemic that swept the continent in 2017.

"I'm not doing that today, I'm not".

Several hours later, Charles removed the tweet and issued an apology, in which he referred to Africa as a country.

To both of their credits, they have made massive amounts of money, garnered millions of followers and regularly deliver entertaining, interesting and informative tutorials and videos on the subject seemingly loved by so many people - beauty. "They've been very loyal to me and I betrayed that".

"This is NOT what I was trying to say".

"I apologise and should've chosen my words wiser!"

After attending the NY charity event for the first time, Charles took to Instagram to describe his attendance as a "step forward in the right direction for influencer representation in the media".

He would seem to be on an upward trajectory most can only dream, however that's all come crumbling down on social media and it's all down to a feud of epic proportions.