Here's Why Alabama Barker Has Amassed Over 3.7 Million TikTok Followers

Stephanie Harper - Author
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May 22 2023, Updated 5:00 p.m. ET

The life of a celebrity kid comes with major perks. It's quite common for teenagers and young adults with Hollywood A-list ties to branch out and make careers of their own — from stepping into the acting world to becoming entrepreneurs.

One of said popular celebrity children that has been gaining a lot of attention online is Alabama Barker.

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Alabama, who is the daughter of Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, currently has over 3.7 million followers on TikTok. And while it's quite obvious that her name helps boost her notoriety, Alabama deserves major credit for building a solid fanbase on her own.

Here's the 4-1-1 on why Alabama is crushing it on TikTok.

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Alabama Barker has 3.7 million devoted TikTok fans.

Alabama has pulled in over 141 million likes across all the videos she’s uploaded to TikTok. Her short and sweet bio reads, “BLM,” which is short for Black Lives Matter.

Alabama recently posted a video highlighting her transformation her fiery blonde head of hair to a gorgeous red hue. As of writing, the video has earned over 84 million likes.

Aside from Alabama's recent post, the beauty frequently shares POV content, videos with Travis, and videos featuring her equally famous friends that include Jodie Woods, rapper Toosie, and more. Aside from her famous posse, the 17-year-old is just like other teenagers her age, showcasing her everyday life online and focusing on beauty and fashion.

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Alabama Barker gave fans a scare online after posting a cryptic video.

Over the weekend of May 19, 2023, Alabama posted some content on TikTok. However, a now-deleted video she posted has caused concern among her followers.

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According to The Sun, Alabama posted a video of herself standing in a public bathroom with a serious expression. She donned a full face of makeup and wore a black hoodie.

However, the questionable part of the video consist of Alabama lip-synching the words but barely moving her lips at all. In other words, she appeared to be in a weird trance.

"Everything ok?" one person asked with a skull emoji, the outlet shared.

"Your TikToks are concerning, girl," another person commented.

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Interestingly, the outlet shared that Alabama did not respond to any of her followers concerns. She simply deleted the video and has since continued posting content.

TikTok users believe that Alabama Barker threw shade at Kylie Jenner.

Welcome to the world of social media, where it's easy for folks to take things out of context. In a May 20, 2023 TikTok video, Alabama showed off a flawless makeup beat, admiring her look in the mirror. While Alabama's video is no different from the norm on the short-form video app, her audio of choice caused nonstop chatter online.

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In the video, Alabama can be seen rapping along to Tyga's hit song "Rack City." And while there's no issue with adding audio to your videos, the fact that Alabama opted for a song by Tyga, who just so happens to be Kylie Jenner's ex-boyfriend, raised eyebrows.

Rumors of a feud between Alabama and the Kardashian-Jenner clan have been running rampant, since Khloé Kardashian and the Jenner sisters do not follow Alabama on Instagram.

Unfortunately, a Reddit thread states that there may be beef brewing with Alabama and some of the KarJenners due to her ties to Jordyn Woods. After all, Jodie is Alabama's longtime best friend, which means she is likely close to Jordyn, as well.

And since the Kardashians and the Jenners are not friends with the Woods family — due to the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal — it's believed that they may be keeping their distance from Alabama.

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