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NoahGlennCarter hits back at people joking about his house burning down

Poppy Bilderbeck

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NoahGlennCarter hits back at people joking about his house burning down

Featured Image Credit: @NoahGlennCarter/TikTok

TikTok star NoahGlennCarter has hit back after receiving 'despicable' comments about his house burning down.

Earlier this week (Monday, 27 November) the 28-year-old influencer - who's amassed over eight million followers on TikTok - revealed that his childhood house had burned down.

While many flooded to his posts in support of Carter, others took to social media to make 'terrible' comments about the incident.

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NoahGlennCarter shared videos of his house burning to TikTok. Credit: TikTok/ @noahglenncarter
NoahGlennCarter shared videos of his house burning to TikTok. Credit: TikTok/ @noahglenncarter

Carter posted multiple videos of the incident, including footage of his childhood house literally on fire, as well him crying while recording it still up in flames and before and after photographs.

However, some people have taken to social media to condemn his recording on the incident and also leave some 'pretty terrible' words on his page too.

One X user said: "Feels heavy, babes, but did anyone spot that whiff of instant attention-seeking? Drama queen vibes much? Yo, not that I'm dissing his pain, but the instant TikTok post... isn't that a tad too quick, even for our generation? Scorching take, right?"

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"I’m sure they will get another mega mansion I wouldn’t worry too much," another added.

And some users even claimed that the whole thing was staged.

Carter has since responded to the jokes and claims being made.

Not everyone was supportive of Carter. Credit: TikTok/ @noahglenncarter
Not everyone was supportive of Carter. Credit: TikTok/ @noahglenncarter
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In a video posted to TikTok yesterday (28 November), he said: "I don't think you guys realise that I actually lost everything yesterday. I lost my car keys in the fire, so I have a car but I can't even drive it.

"But even if I wanted to drive it I couldn't because i lost my driver's license in the fire, I lost my social security card, I may've also lost my birth certificate - we're not sure yet, we're going to check the one safe we had and see if it's in there.

"I lost the house that I grew up in and have every single memory I've ever made at that house.

"My parents lost their home they lived in before I was even born."

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The TikToker also lost his computer and filming equipment, meaning he's unable to record content for a while, noting he has 'basically nothing but [his] savings' which he can't access after losing his ID too.

He continues: "But I have all these people who are just saying the most disgusting, horrible things about me right now.

"I really hope that y'all don't ever have anything like this happen to you, because if you do you'll realise how horrible it is to have to go through this and how evil the things you've been saying about me and my family actually are. [...] And to everyone spreading the false narrative that I'm some millionaire, I was living with my parents."


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Carter has since started a GoFundMe, the money of which he notes will all be going to his parents.

"I'm giving them money from my savings in addition to anything y'all donate from the GoFundMe," he adds.

The influencer resolves: "What happened yesterday is the single worst thing that has ever happened in my entire life and I would not wish it on anyone, even the people who are saying despicable things about me and my family right now."

If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available through Mental Health America. Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org. You can also reach Crisis Text Line by texting MHA to 741741.

You can also call 1-800-985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746 at the SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline.

Topics: News, TikTok, Social Media, Mental Health, Health, Celebrity

Poppy Bilderbeck
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