Noah is undoubtedly one of the biggest teen influencer stars that have risen in the last year or so. His follower count on TikTok alone is at 18.1 million, which grows exponentially every day.
Due to the enormous fan base, the short dance video uploader and online personality come under lots of scrutinies, both professionally and personally. Noah and girlfriend Dixie are together known as ‘Doah’ on the streets of TikTok, and the couple formally confirmed their romance in October.
Does Noah’s Massive Social Media Presence Belay Talent and Popularity?
A recent post by TikToker Noah Beck has been going viral on some social media platforms while eliciting mixed reactions on others. Beck, currently dating fellow TikTok influencer Dixie D’Amelio, shared black and white photos in Calvin Klein boxers only.
The content creator based in LA has also had the same photos pulled down off his Instagram profile, leaving questions about whether they violated nudity guidelines.
Noah Beck Hits Back at Instagram
Many of Noah Beck’s fans were taken aback by the Instagram post, and a side of him was revealed different from what fans get to see on his TikTok channel. The new pictures, taken down by the admins, prompted many likes and shares, some of which Noah used on his ‘Stories’ comeback to the Facebook-owned platform.
‘You are soft; all of you at @Instagram should stop taking down my photos since I haven’t violated any guidelines, ‘Noah lamented before reposting the deleted pictures. Soon after a couple more take-downs, Beck shared one more time, remarking that ‘art is art.’
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Fans Loved the Form of Noah Beck’s Show-And-Tell Photos
Noah Beck’s photos may have made temperatures rise on Instagram, but Twitter fans took it in an entirely different stride. Minutes after revealing the saucy products of a Calvin Klein photo-shoot, the post was trending, with comments like ‘hot’ and ‘liking Noah Beck’ dropped by ecstatic fans.
The TikTok star rose to fame last year after joining Sway House, a Talent X collective owing to his talent, popularity, and a YouTube channel boasting over 1.2 million subscribers.
Pulled Down But Still Everywhere
Having photos pulled down didn’t help abate their discovery, circulation, and general waves of feedback from Noah’s fans. They were available from the photographer who snapped them, who posted them on his page with a trigger warning that they had been removed from Noah Beck’s Instagram account for being offensive.
Either way, Noah Beck still reposted them, hoping Instagram wouldn’t pull them down again. ”hey @instagram, you look rlly pretty today.. pls don’t take these down :)” he commented on his Instagram page.