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DJ Details 'Racist' Interaction With Sydney Sweeney As Fans Call Her Out For MAGA-Themed Birthday Party

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Sydney Sweeney, Bella Ferrada

Sydney Sweeney has found herself in hot water with the internet after photos from her family's MAGA-themed hats at a party she attended went viral on social media, however, a DJ has added fuel to the fire, calling out Sweeney for "racist" behavior.

Bella Ferrada, a DJ based out of Los Angeles, called out the 'Euphoria' actress after others on social media accused Sweeney of being "racist."

Sweeney had recently thrown a surprise hoedown-themed party for her mother's 60th birthday but immediately caught backlash after one photo showed one of her relatives wearing a "Blue Lives Matter" shirt.

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Other photos, posted by Sweeney's brother, Trent, showed guests at the party wearing MAGA-themed hats, printed with the saying: "Make Sixty Great Again."

Sweeney has never publicly aligned herself with the "Blue Lives Matter" movement nor has she vocalized support for Donald Trump.

Bella Ferrada claims Sydney Sweeney was 'racist' to her boyfriend.

On her Instagram story, Ferrada reposted Sweeney's photos from her mother's birthday party, writing: "This 'Make 60s Great Again' party is real problematic (not the Blue Lives Matter shirt). Yuck, this confirms my thoughts on [Sydney Sweeney]."

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Ferrada continued, alluding to an incident that happened between Sweeney and her boyfriend, Lalo.

"Especially after she pulled some racist sh-t on Lalo when he was working at an award show. But [we'll] save that tea for another day."

After posting on her Instagram story, Ferrada then commented underneath Sweeney's birthday post for her mother, going into more detail about the "racist" interaction between her boyfriend and the 'White Lotus' actress.

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"All I see are red hats and red flags," Ferrada wrote. "Girl bye, this explains why you got so scared when my Mexican boyfriend was trying to fix lighting by you at the HCA awards and you freaked out and had your bf come shooo him while he was doing his job and has no idea who you even are."

She concluded: "Why were you so scared? It's giving karennnn."

Sweeney has not responded the Ferrada's allegations.

Ferrada hasn't been the only one who has called out publicly called out Sweeney, as many people on Twitter have taken to criticizing the actress for refusing to call out her family's problematic behavior.

"If you’re white and unwilling to completely shame your parents for their conservative views, you’re just as complicit and need to be escorted out," one user wrote.

Another user added: "If the politics of Sydney Sweeney’s parents shock you, you’re gonna be pretty disappointed when you find out the politics of most white people’s parents, but especially the famous ones."

The instant backlash caused Sweeney to issue a statement via Twitter, writing: "You guys this is wild. An innocent celebration for my mom's milestone 60th birthday has turned into an absurd political statement, which was not the intention. Please stop making assumptions."

While Sweeney was met with even more criticism following her statement, with one user replying to her tweet, writing, "Then you should've selected other pictures to post that wouldn't be left up to interpretation in this manner. Lesson learned for you, I 'assume,'" other users defended the actress.

"My dad voted for Trump (twice) and I still love him lmao, just because your family thinks one way doesn't mean you all have to think the same," another user tweeted.

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Nia Tipton is a writer living in Brooklyn. She covers pop culture, social justice issues, and trending topics. Keep up with her on Instagram and Twitter.