Travis Barker's daughter Alabama, 15, goes makeup-free in TikTok after cruel trolls tell her to 'act her age'

ALABAMA Barker is slamming back at internet trolls showing she isn't afraid to go makeup-free online.

Travis Barker's 15-year-old daughter shared a TikTok video of her sitting in a makeup chair with a clean face.


A friend behind her plays with one of Alabama's blond hair extensions as the teen smiles and laughs.

The adorable influencer has been active on social media, sharing new videos alongside her dad Travis Barker and soon-to-be step siblings including Penelope Disick.

But Alabama has been ripped by cruel trolls who say she acts "much older" than 15, as fans advise her to enjoy her childhood.

In a previous post, the teenager posed in front of a mirror wearing a tiny terrycloth romper with buttons and short sleeves.

She wore her blonde locks curly and sported a full-glam makeup look while hanging out with friends.

Alabama mouthed the words to Girls Want Girls by Drake while pointing her acrylic nails towards the camera.

While many fans raced to the comments section to gush over how "pretty" she looked, others were worried that the child star was dressing and acting well above her age.

One ranted: "This girl needs to act her age!! She's too f**king pretty to be stuck like this…I hate that."

A second agreed: "Shorten them nails…You're too gorgeous for all that."

"She looks like she's in her 30s," another claimed, while a fourth begged: "Stop trying to be an adult, it's so sick."

"Be a kid girl! You're trying to grow up wayyy too fast," a final advised.

The young girl found herself further in the crosshairs when she shared a video dancing in front of her dad while wearing low-waisted skinny jeans and an open leather jacket revealing a black bra.

TIKTOK KIDS

Her brother Landon, 18,  joined in the video, while Travis remained on the bed, staring dead-pan at his dancing children.

Fans were quick to comment on the celebrity child's TikTok.

One wrote: "Your dad is fed up with y'all," while a second agreed, "He's rethinking his whole life right now."

A third commented, "Travis looking like, 'What have I done?'" and a fourth posted, "Travis wondering how he went from Blink 182 life to TikToks."

Alabama may simply be echoing her father and soon-to-be stepmother's free expressions.

KOURTNEY AND TRAVIS PDA

Kourtney and Travis have never been shy about showing their affection with PDA.

Back in November, Kourtney gave Travis a lap dance in front of their friends for his 46th birthday.

Fans called the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star "embarrassing" for straddling Travis and "half-twerking" on him as he grabbed her butt at their friend Simon Huck's wedding.

A wedding guest shared a clip of Kourtney with her legs around Travis as his band Blink-182's 2000 song All The Small Things played in the background.

Weeks before the public twerking session, Kourtney shared a pic showing off a collection of sex products including a vibrator, an eye mask, a hand mirror and a book about sex along with other items for the bedroom.

Meanwhile, Travis previously shared a video of Kourtney sucking his thumb.

He has also posted photos of them straddling each other, as well as a snap of a messy bed which hinted that they'd had sex in it.

HIDDEN LOVE

Travis and Kourtney recently faced further backlash for their "inappropriate" PDA when they kissed and cuddled in front of her nine-year-old daughter Penelope.

In TikTok clip, the trio spun around in circles while the song Helicopter played in the background.

Before the video cut off, Travis was seen grabbing his fiancée and trapping her in an embrace as Penelope continued spinning.

The youngster then whirled around and caught the couple nuzzling each other's necks.

In addition to Penelope, Kourtney also shares sons Mason, 11, and Reign, 6, with ex Scott Disick.

Meanwhile, Travis shares son Landon, 18, and daughter Alabama, 16, with ex-wife Shanna Moakler.




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