• The TikToker posted a video in which she accused Jackson of racist behavior
  • She added Jackson "bullied me all the time"
  • Jackson responded to the allegations, saying the two "barely spoke"

Skai Jackson has responded to a TikToker who accused her of bullying when they went to the same dance school.

On Wednesday, the TikToker posted a video in which she accused Jackson of bullying her.

"Skai Jackson and I used to dance together at this place called Dance Institute of Harlem. When we were both there, she bullied me all the time to the point where I cried every single day, I hated going to dance. She made my life hell," she said.

The TikToker went on to accuse Jackson of racist behavior.

"Not to mention I am also half Asian. She pulled her eyes up at me. She would drive all my friends away from me, make me feel so alone so isolated. She had this entire anti-bullying campaign once and I was like are you not going to talk about the fact that you are literally a bully. So ya I have had a hate for her for a very long time and it has nothing to do with race or anything," she said.

Jackson took to the comments section to respond to the allegations.

"We may have went to the same dance school but I barely even spoke to you Chile. Stop trying to gain attention 10 years later. Get a life girl," she wrote.

The TikToker replied saying, "Hi I would love to have a proper discussion with you over this. I am sorry this blew up how it did."

Jackson then took to Instagram to debunk the allegations saying, "Don’t make false claims!!! I don’t even know this girl. Why say something 10 years later? Another attention seeker."

Earlier this year, Jackson used her social media platforms to expose racists. She said she received over 3,000 direct message requests.

"I would always just get DMs from my fans, because people know I'm an advocate for anti-bullying. So I would always just look at my messages and see a bunch of my fans saying, 'Look at what this person said to me, I don't know how to deal with this,'" she told Entertainment Tonight.

"The more I saw it, it became 20 in a day, I was like, you know what? No! I'm gonna speak out about it, 'cause I think it's really important. People go through these struggles every day in life, and for me, it's kinda like my duty with the big platform that I have, to use it for good," she told the outlet.

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Skai Jackson looked ultra chic in a green John Paul Ataker tie neck shirt and ruffled panel trousers, styled with Kate Spade New York's Disney Miss Piggy Collection Who Moi clutch, Sarah Magid earrings and a Chiara Ferrangni sandals.  Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images