ALABAMA Barker has sparked some concern from fans after a recent video showed her rocking an all-new look.
Alabama, 17, took to TikTok last week with a video of her lip-synching to a song wearing a brand new wig.
The straight, long wig was black in color, which was a change from Alabama’s typical blonde or red wigs that she usually wears.
The teenager also wore a black, white and red racing jacket, earrings that resembled a padlock, a couple of necklaces and several rings.
Alabama wore a full face makeup that included a bold lip liner and false eyelashes.
Travis Barker’s daughter sang in front of the camera, making a few hand gestures to match the lyrics.
As an active TikToker, Alabama has been known to face criticism from followers who don’t always agree with her content.
Some responded with their opinions, claiming Alabama was not authentic in the video and even accusing them of black fishing.
DO YOU RIDE THE LINE?
In the comments section, a TikTok user replied, “The edges are bms omg BE YOURSELF.”
A second claimed: “I see it now.”
“This is crazy why you can’t just be yourself,” commented a third.
A fourth snapped: “Love your cosplay.”
“I have a feeling it’s only going to get worse. Just wait, you’ll keep defending her until she changes teams,” replied another.
A six-year-old asked Alabama who she “wanted to be.”
“That’s a little weird, but I don’t know,” said another.
The video was also reposted on Twitter, where Alabama received it further criticism for her new look.
After a Twitter user asked why “everyone” was “hating” in the comment[s]”Others got involved.
“She gets all her inspiration from black people,” claimed one user.
They continued, “And it’s annoying when you copy BW all the time and don’t give credit for it. You guys have been doing this for decades, stop it.”
“Culture vultures with the baby hairs, mannerisms etc. I bet she speaks Ebonics,” one said.
“She’s white all the time and lip-syncs the N-word and wears bonnets and pigtails. She is a black fisherman,” wrote another.
In addition to black fishing allegations, some even reached out to Alabama’s father.
“Travis come on now,” wrote one user.
The Blink 182 drummer and his new wife Kourtney Kardashian have drawn backlash for allowing Alabama to share “risky” social media content in recent months.
Back in April, some fans took to Reddit to blame Travis and Kourtney for not imposing stricter rules on the teen after some felt her social media photos were inappropriate.
“This kid is so young,” one wrote at the time, while a second agreed, “It’s so gross did Travis like it and has he made an appropriate comment yet?” My goodness.”
“Who takes these? … Please don’t be Kourtney,” suggested another.
“That makes me sick. Just because that is encouraged by everyone around them and their parents are not protecting them. You absolutely know what kind of sick people are looking for that kind of material,” lamented another.
“Somebody raise this child!” a final plea.
Another post earlier this month prompted a similar reaction when Travis was criticized for posing with his teenage daughter in an “inappropriate” photo.
The starlet removed her bra as she shared a kinky snap with her dad.
Critics jumped into the comments section, slamming the father-of-two for his alleged lack of parenting skills in the inappropriate photo.
One reviewer said: “It is a little concerning that her father allows his minor child to dress as if she were topless and wearing a jacket.”
ALABAMA CLEARS BACK
In response to the haters, Alabama isn’t shy about subtly dwarfing those who have criticized her online.
Shortly after receiving the backlash and deleting all content on her Instagram page, she took to TikTok with a clear message to some of her followers.
Alabama, wearing a pink hair bonnet, lip-synched to a hip audio clip while applying some perfume spray.
Though she didn’t provide a caption for the clip, the video’s tone spoke for her.
“And again a salute to all the people who hate me but sit in a quiet place and listen to my show: you are possessed and sick,” the audio began.
It continued: “Kudos to everyone who created a fake site just to stare at me and spy on me. You are possessed and sick, okay?”