Top definition. Nessa Barrett. A very famous Tiktok star with over 2million followers. She made a mistake in the past by throwing it back to a reading of the Qur'an. At the time she didn't realise her mistake until it was later brought up by millions of people. Nessa apologised for the mistake she made as she had no idea how sentimental that tiktok sound was. Many people forgave Nessa and millions didn't. And I just have a few things to say to that To all the people commenting on her tiktoks she's ugly and fat and racist and needs to die and to go kill herself. Making her feel so insecure to the point where she actually thinks about taking her life, to the point where she looks in the mirror and cries, to the point where she's so freaking insecure she's booked in with a plastic surgeon , you guys really need to take a deep think about your actions.
Nessa Barrett is a TikTok star known for lip-syncing and dancing.
She recently came under fire for dancing to a Quranic recitation in a now-deleted TikTok video.
Subscriber Account active since. If you try to keep up with the budding drama of the young and energetic stars of TikTok, Nessa Barrett will quickly pop onto your radar. The year-old social-media star has more than 6 million TikTok followers and is dating one of the most popular male TikTok personalities. Barrett doesn't dance with intense choreography like Charli D'Amelio or Addison Rae, instead focusing her TikTok videos on lip-syncing. Barrett has 6. She is known for her lip-syncing, vlogging, and dancing videos, often using popular rap music for the audio. Famous Birthdays , the social-media encyclopedia site, considers Barrett the 10th-most-popular person on TikTok.
Now, Nessa has found herself at the center of another media storm. According to Distractify, Nessa immediately received backlash for the video. Fans flooded her comment section, saying the video was tone-deaf and offensive to the Muslim community.
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