Singer Zara Larsson issues apology following James Charles’ ‘No More Lies’ video

James Charles attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the

The 19-year-old beauty blogger declared in his video, titled No More Lies, this would be the last he'd speak about the heated Tati-James debate that started when Westbrook accused Charles of promoting a vitamin brand that rivalled hers. He said it was "definitely not a big scheme that was orchestrated beforehand".

Charles said that he had experienced "the darkest time" he had ever experienced after Westbrook suggested he had "tried to trick a straight man into thinking he's gay".

On the multiple accusations of using his fame to manipulate straight men to do his liking, he acknowledges the murky waters of sexuality.

Charles addressed Star's actions and called him out during his 41 minute video. (She sounded really upset!) When it was over, I had to actively convince myself that I didn't care - and I'm not sure it worked.

In a video responding to the controversy Saturday, Charles provided "receipts" that included screenshots of conversations and video clips that he claimed exonerated him from the accusations, and proved that there had been consent involved in numerous interactions referenced by Westbrook and others.

Jeffree Star in a video demanded that the feud between him and James Charles - along with Tati Westbrook - needed to end and all three of them have agreed to move on.

James Charles, who is 19, has since lost millions of subscribers and received lots of hate on social media.

But the pair are now trying to settle the drama, and Tati shared yet another YouTube video begging her followers to cut out the negative comments.

Many parts of James' video are his direct response to clips from Tati's first video, "Bye Sister", where she makes comments about their relationship and what led to their friend breakup.

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"My head and brain, for a hot minute, went to a place so dark that I didn't think I was going to come back from", Charles said in the video.

James also provided screenshots of his texts to Tati to show his side of the "countless attempts" he made to contact her after the Sugarbear Hair incident.

In her own video, Westbrook said she didn't "hate" Charles and hoped the bullying would stop. That is, you never knew why one mom was wrestling the other to the ground in some distant produce section, you just knew the smaller one in blue was going to win because her left hook was not at all improvised.

Addressing the claims that he had made advances towards straight men, including pop star Zara Larsson's boyfriend, he said: "Whenever I found someone cute I would send them a simple message saying "hello" or a nice compliment".

On Twitter, Charles posted about the video, saying "I made my video today NOT to start a war, but to take responsibility for my actions & clear my name. I want the picking sides and abusive memes and the language and all of that, I really hope on both sides it can stop".

Swedish artist Zara Larsson apologised to beauty YouTuber James Charles in a tweet. "Appreciate what you have and those around you".

Following Star's post, Westbrook - who is "on a digital break to heal & pray for healing" - took to Twitter with a lengthy statement calling for a truce.

You'll never believe it, but Star actually backs down in the vid, saying that the recent scandal was "a huge wake-up call to reel me in", confessing that he is completely done with the "tea, and the drama". "I let them all subside, and I understand that that now is not okay". I'm working on not reacting out of anger & working through patience for what this right thing to do is. "I love you and look forward to returning to my regular content soon".

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