Oh boy. If you thought the tea was hot before, you were wrong.
Earlier this week, one of Jeffree Star's infamous Snapchat rants about Too Faced Cosmetics owner Jerrod Blandino led to the reveal of alleged contract details between the brand and YouTuber NikkieTutorials.
The internet instantly began taking sides in what is now the greatest beauty war since... well, Jeffree Star and Kat Von D. And, according to Star, it's far from over.
Jeffree Star's latest tweets imply that he might be facing legal action for his involvement in the exposure of Too Faced's collaboration contract with NikkieTutorials.
"This week I've spilled so much tea and truth," he wrote. "The beauty world is shook. I just got some disturbing news..."
"I'm going to let you guys know everything soon once I find out the entire truth, but I'm in SHOCK at what a brand is trying to do to me."
"It's sad when huge corporations are scared because I'm exposing the truth, he continued. "You can't silence me. You don't own me."
Oh shit. He could very well be talking about Too Faced. Or even worse, it could be Estee Lauder, the multi-billion-dollar brand that owns Too Faced.
Star also tweeted this video from YouTube channel Here For the Tea, to which he submitted an exclusive statement about the situation at hand.
In case you're not up to date, Jeffree spoke out about the ALLEGEDLY unfair terms of NikkieTutorials' contract and collaboration with Too faced Cosmetics this Monday.
In the video, Star claps back at those who think that Nikkie's contract with Too Faced is none of his business, and that his exposing of the contract was "shady."
"I watched first hand how [Too Faced] abused her and know how much she got paid," he wrote. "It's embarrassing. I think anyone else BUT me would be scared to mention the contract."
He also confirmed that, as the internet suspected, he and Nikkie are no longer friends.
The two had ceased all public communication and even unfollowed each other on social media earlier this year, and their fans had taken it as a sign that something fatal had happened to their friendship.
He says the reason he spoke on Nikkie's Too Faced collab in the first place was "to make a statement so the audience has a taste as to WHY her palette was so shitty."
The full statement reads as follows:
"Everything nowadays calls everything 'shady' when it comes to honesty. Her and I are no longer friends. You can confirm that. But I still respect her hustle, and I watched first-hand how they abused her and know how much she got paid. It's embarrassing. I think anyone else BUT me would be scared to mention the contract. I did it to make a statement and so the audience has a taste as to WHY her palette was so shitty. She approved something, and what was produced was not the same quality."
Neither Too Faced Cosmetics nor Jerrod Blandino have made official statements regarding Jeffree Star or any facet of Nikkie's contract.
Blandino has, however, been caught liking and responding to Instagram comments that shade Jeffree and defend him.
Our worlds are about to be flooded with tea. Hot, HOT tea.
Are you ready for it?
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