If the beauty community has learned nothing about Jeffree Star in the years that he's been famous, it's that he's full of makeup, chess moves, and huge surprises. No matter what drama and scandals unfold, Star always manages to come out with a perfectly laid wig and more makeup than his fans can handle.
Occasionally, he does something that has the entire beauty community pulling out teacups and ready for the spillage. His latest stunt involves him reconnecting with a former enemy for a drama-free reveal of his controversial Magic Star Concealer.
This major reunion comes after a huge falling out among their beauty influencer squad.
So much happened behind the scenes that the public will probably never know what the exact root was of the beauty influencer feud. In short, the beauty influencer squad that Jeffree Star fronted turned on him in a firestorm of vague yet shady tweets, likes, and unfollows.
In the same year, Star publicly fell out with his longtime best friends Manny MUA and Laura Lee.
No one understood this falling out either because the drama obviously unfurled offline and then spilled over onto the internet. What's for sure is that there were lots of tweets about fake friends, a drama about birthday tweets or the lack thereof, and so much more that it will make your head hurt if you care too much.
The bottom line is this trio scrapped and wrapped.
Then there was the infamous "screw you" picture that was taken as direct shade toward Jeffree Star.
As you know, this photo led to all of these influencers promptly being exposed for their own problematic pasts, as they tried to do to Jeffree Star. Moral of the story? Refrain from throwing rocks when the whole neighborhood is full of glass houses.
Zamora also delivered a lengthy apology to Star in the video.
"I'm sorry just for everything. Not just for the tweets. Not just for the photo. Just for it all," he said. "Just for allowing myself to create an image of someone based on what others were telling me. And it's not fair because I wouldn't want that for me. So I wanna go on camera and say that I am truly sorry to you, Jeffree. What I did wasn't intended to be bullying, but I know now that it came across like that. And I totally respect that and I'm sorry for that."
Fast forward to 2019: Jeffree Star and Gabriel Zamora have made up and are also doing business together.
Clearly, Star accepted Zamora's apology. Zamora joined Star for his official concealer reveal on Star's YouTube channel. Zamora was also hired to be one of the models for the official concealer campaign shoot.