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Looking at the public edit history of Tila's Facebook post also reveals something interesting. Tequila originally shared her trash nonsense as a text-only rant. It was only liked 84 times. An hour later, she added the picture of Nikkie. It's now been shared over 300 times.

So not only is she using Nikkie's face to further her own absolutely repugnant worldview, she's ALSO using those photos to game Facebook's algorithim.

The still Tila stole is from Nikkie's powerful 2015 "Power of Makeup" video, which was LITERALLY about how makeup shaming needs to stop.

"Nowadays when you say you love makeup, you do it because you want to look for boys. You do it because you're insecure. Or you do it because you don't love yourself," said Nikkie. "Makeup is FUN. There are no rules. If you want to go for that super-sharp contour for the day, do it!"

Nikkie has ALSO been bullied her entire life, which she talked about when she won her 2017 Shorty Award for YouTube Guru of the Year.

"When I was little, I got bullied so much. I never thought I would fucking make it," she said, tearfully. "This is for the haters, the bullies... if you're out there and you don't think you can make it, honey, you can MAKE IT."

Tila is currently being dragged for her hypocrisy by her own fans. Nikkie remains absolutely unbothered by a Z-list MySpace "celebrity" trying to use her face to get attention.

Since Tequila is so very into quoting scripture, let me dig all the way back into my Catholic childhood and bring up Matthew 7:1—3. "Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. Why do you see the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?"

Women are under enough pressure as it is without attacking and shaming one another — we're age-shamed, butt-shamed, fat-shamed, and even lip-shamed.

In other words, Tila, sit your Hitler-saluting ass down.