Kendall Monroe, a TikTok influencer, has been accused of severely copying Nessa Barrett. The two influencers are embroiled in an online spat, casting oblique jabs at one other. Kendall responded to the persistent criticism by posting a video in which she apologized and explained that her TikTok was established as an experiment. She stated:
“I am an advocate for anti-bullying, optimism, and compassion.” “The goal of my experiment was to explore how much hatred existed in the realm of social media.”
The TikToker from Los Angeles went on to apologize to Nessa Barrett, claiming that she was not “obsessed” with the La Di Die singer. She stated:
“I want to apologize to Nessa since it was never my aim to make her uncomfortable in any way during the last several months; I am not obsessed with Nessa, nor have I ever wished to be Nessa.”
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Kendall Monroe is a Spotify-verified artist
Kendall Monroe is an “actress, model, and recording artist” based in Los Angeles, CA, according to her IMDb page. She is also a Spotify-certified artist, however, she only has one song on the site. Her Instagram account has over 36k followers, while her TikTok account has over 73k followers. She began acting at the age of six, performing in the neighborhood theater. She has featured in the film TOO REAL as well as a national television ad for Pop-Tarts. She has also appeared in advertisements for Justice, Life of Rihley’s Brand Boutique, and Macy’s.
She is dedicated to making a difference in society through her generosity, “social justice, environmental preservation, and all things good.” Kendall said in an interview with artenzza.com that she appreciates how music makes her feel and that she wants to “produce music that makes people want to get up and dance.” Her singing heroes are Dua Lipa, Britney Spears, Madonna, Ariana Grande, and Demi Lovato.
Details about the Nessa Barrett and Kendall Monroe drama
Fans observed an eerie resemblance between Kendall Monroe’s and Nessa Barrett’s work, with Kendall seeming to plagiarize Nessa’s videos. Viewers observed how similar her attire, haircuts, and cosmetics were to the Pretty Poison singer. Kendall even got a butterfly tattoo, much as Nessa did with late TikTok star Cooper Noriega. The pair had two identical butterflies on their left hands, while Kendall had three in a similar pattern on her left hand. This prompted admirers to accuse the designer of plagiarizing Nessa Barrett.
Following the reaction, Kendall apologized to Nessa, but her apologies didn’t appear to heal the breach between the two, as Nessa Barrett commented on Kendall’s apologetic video, “Boo, you s**k” (now deleted). Nessa criticized the TikToker in a video after commenting on Kendall’s apologetic video (now deleted). She joked about having both of her “n***les hacked off” and a “tattoo of a young goat’s b**t” tattooed on her face. She went after the “people” who imitated her, saying:
“So, b**ch, just for all the people who copy me, imitate me if you dare!”
She swiftly followed up with:
“That was impolite. Sorry.”
Kendall responded quickly to Nessa’s challenge by posting an altered photograph of herself with a goat on her face. She captioned the photo:
“I just woke up, guys, but do you like my new tattoo?”
She followed up with another shot with the caption, “Also, just had both my n***les sliced off.” She then posted another photograph with the description “b***h.” Nessa Barrett addressed the matter, saying Kendall’s actions left her “uncomfortable” and “upset.” She stated:
“It makes me feel uneasy.” It irritates me greatly. It irritates me, but there is nothing I can do about it. That’s exactly what it is.”
She also said that she would not tolerate Kendall’s “disrespectful words,” accusing her of “roleplaying.” Kendall has yet to respond to Nessa’s “roleplaying” claims.