Two OnlyFans stars are hoping to settle a vicious row by beating the living daylights out of each other in the ring.
Alexia Grace, 22, told the Daily Star that she and Beth Fiit used to be friends, but things turned sour when fans of the stars commented that their content was similar.
The pair even collaborated together in the past, but claims have since flown around that they have been copying each others’ content, and tensions have been on the rise ever since.
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Since then the conversation has become more direct with Aston Villa-mad Alexia even posting a TikTok saying: “You guys say that I copy Beth Fiit’s content, which is literally impossible because the content that I create is me showing off my personality.
“So unless I stole her personality I’m not copying her TikToks.”
The two creators ended up in a TikTok Live together and things got heated.
She told the Star how her TikTok Lives typically get around 800 viewers, but this time it skyrocketed to more like 3000.
“People keep saying that I copy her content or vice versa,” she said. “So I made a comment and basically defended myself that I don't [copy content]."
Derbyshire-based creator Grace said she doesn't care if Chelsea fan Beth had been using her content “because it’s a platform where we all get ideas from each other”.
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Alexia claims that Beth would later go onto Live again and post claims that she was, “trying to start beef with her and that I copy her content”.
More of these joint Lives followed, with the pair ending up racking up massive amounts of viewers.
At one point, Alexia claims she had 20,000 people tuned in to watch the two argue. Since then, the videos have kept coming, with Beth even starting one with: “I wasn’t going to say anything but since Alexia has been running her mouth about me….”
Alexia then quoted that content and responded: “You’ve copied so many of my TikToks and isn’t TikTok suppose to be a place where we all copy each other’s trends?
The insults have since become increasingly personal between the two.
Alexia, who makes parts of her content around her support of Aston Villa football club said: “She said that I'm a football fraud, I’m not actually a football fan.
“Pretty much the majority of my social media especially Twitter is based around football. I'm an Aston Villa fan.
“So her saying that was her way of trying to [hurt] my career like ‘she doesn't support football she's fake.
“So then I said ‘well if we're gonna go personal then you don't go to the gym’ because she calls herself Beth Fiit, I said ‘you're not Beth Fiit you're Beth Unfiit’."
Alexia claims that shortly after this, Beth entered another one of her Live sessions and called her out for a boxing match.
Alexia says she’s been boxing for the last five years but claims she told Fiit: “I said the only reason why you want to box me is that you want an easy opponent because I'm lean."
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She added: “I just wanted to solve everything. But anyway it ended in a boxing match. So we're just waiting for everything to be sort of sorted out.”
The details of the scrap haven’t been released yet but it is hoped more information will be given soon.
Alexia says that if she wins she wants Beth to change her name online to Beth Unfiit.
Meanwhile, writing to the Daily Star, Beth said: “I have nicknamed her Alecia DisGrace as it feels fitting for her behaviour.
“I called her out for a boxing match as I’ve been training and want to knock the words out of her mouth. And we are waiting on news of a potential boxing match.”
Commenting on one of Alexia’s posts on TikTok, a user said: “Astrid Wett vs Elle Brooke all over again.”
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