Niki and Gabi
Parents need to know that Niki and Gabi is a beauty and comedy YouTube channel featuring twins Niki Demartino and Gabi Demartino. The energetic, sassy (but clean-talking) sisters typically focus their videos on three genres: teen life humor skits, beauty and fashion product promotion, and (less often) music videos. From spotlighting the Kardashian product lines to Forever 21 makeup testing, product giveaways, and more, Niki and Gabi heavily promote the kind of stuff that will appeal to many fashion- and pop culture-conscious teens. A few videos, including one in which they're wearing lingerie, contain some sexy stuff. We recommend parent co-viewing of YouTube content for kids under 13. Please note that our reviewers watch between one and two hours of content to determine the general appropriateness of each YouTube channel. Some channels contain more variety within their content than others, and we do our best to capture the overall subject and tone to help parents make the best choice for their family.
YouTube Star Niki DeMartino Says She Is "Horrified" by Twin Sister Gabi's OnlyFans Scandal
YouTuber Gabi DeMartino Suspended From OnlyFans
YouTuber Niki DeMartino is "horrified" by her family "crisis."
Her twin sister, Gabi DeMartino, was suspended from the platform OnlyFans after she posted a home video of herself as a 3-year-old with the caption, "Wont put my panties on," which was a quote from the clip.
Niki shared her feelings on Instagram on Thursday, Dec. 3, by writing, "Many of you know the situation my sister is in. She knows that she made a mistake, and she's owned it and is facing the consequences."
The 25-year-old explained, "I am horrified by what's happened and I understand why so many people are hurt and angry. I am hurting too."
She hopes fans understand why they won't be posting on their shared Niki and Gabi YouTube channel together for the time being—at least "while our family deals with this crisis."
Gabi has since apologized for her "stupid, thoughtless action" in a two-minute YouTube video on Thursday. "It was very insensitive and a poor representation of who I am and what I believe in," the creative said. "I would never do anything to exploit or harm a child. I'm so sorry."
She faced backlash for publicly sharing the toddler video and allegedly pricing it at $3, with one Twitter user saying, "The fact that you thought this was alright to post in the moment makes me want to throw up." Her account was deactivated for violating OnlyFans' rules.
Gabi explained to her 3.2 million subscribers that she was naive for not realizing the connection to child sexual abuse.
"It's a video that has brought back laughter and joy within my family for years," she said. "Never in a million years did I think something that I thought was so innocent could be looked in such an ugly way... I'm so detached with reality that it didn't even cross my mind that this could be viewed like this."
The "Fancy Vlogs" influencer described the scandal as "a huge wake up call."
Watch her apology video here.
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Niki and Gabi
|Niki and Gabi|
|Born||Nicola Teresa DeMartino|
Gabriella Nelida DeMartino
(1995-05-05) May 5, 1995 (age 26)
|Genre||Beauty, fashion, lifestyle, music|
|Total views||1.27 billion|
Nicola Teresa DeMartino and Gabriella Nelida DeMartino (born May 5, 1995), known professionally as Niki and Gabi, are American duo singers, social media influencers, YouTubers and actresses. In 2018, the duo released their debut extended play, Individual, and won a Streamy Award in the category of fashion.
The duo went solo in 2020, however they've released solo singles previously, Gabi's debut single being "Ever After" released in 2016, and Niki's debut single being "Let It Roar" released in 2018. Gabi's debut extended play, Gabroadway, was released in 2020, and her debut studio album, Beautiful Mess, is set for release in 2021
Niki and Gabi are twin sisters. They studied at Notre Dame High School and DeSales University where Niki majored in television and film and Gabi majored in musical theatre. They dropped out of college after their junior year.
They initially produced comedy skits on their YouTube channel 00RemakeGirls. They later started a new channel, Niki and Gabi Beauty, for beauty, fashion and lifestyle themed videos. They signed with AwesomenessTV and StyleHaul in 2012. A cover of "Friday" by Rebecca Black in 2013 helped launch their YouTube career. They released their debut single "We're Not Over" on June 21, 2014, which however was taken down from streaming platforms along with their second single "It" that was released in June 2015.
Niki and Gabi were cast in the YouTube Red comedy-drama web film Dance Camp as the characters of Mia and Mya respectively. Gabi released her debut solo single "Ever After" in July 2016. In January 2017, Niki and Gabi released their official debut single after removing their past two singles, called "First". In August 2017, they released the lead single off of their debut EP, called "RU". Niki was cast as Sadie in season 2 of the Hulu horror web television series Freakish.Blood Queens, a horror-comedy YouTube web series created by Gabi, premiered in October 2017 and has run for four seasons from 2017 to 2020. On June 4, 2018, Wet Seal collaborated with Niki and Gabi and launched a limited edition clothing called "Niki + Gabi for Wet Seal". The collection included everything from accessories and tops to dresses. In June 2018, they released the second single from their debut EP, called "Sleep It Off". Next month, they released their debut extended play, Individual, on 27 July 2018. It charted at number 14 on the Heatseekers Albums chart and number 32 on the Independent Albums chart. The EP contains two solo singles from the duo which are Niki's debut single "Let It Roar" and Gabi's second single "Flowers". In September 2018, Gabi was featured on Mina Tobias' track "Another One" with Kai Lucas, the same month, she released her single titled "Yacht". In the same month, Gabi appeared in the music video for Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande. Niki and Gabi signed to Abrams Artists Agency in 2019. In February 2019, Gabi released her valentine single, "Cold Room", which was written in 2016. In August 2019, Niki and Gabi released their comeback single, "Hair Tie". In December 2019, Niki released "Sad Holiday" as her first Christmas single.
Gabi released her debut extended play, Gabroadway, in June 2020, contains 3 covers and a medley. Niki released the lead single from her debut extended play, "Alone in My Car", in August 2020 followed by the second single, "Bite of Me", in October 2020. Gabi released her single, "Champagne Dreams" in September 2020, followed by "Pretty Little Mind" in October 2020, as the first and second singles from her solo debut studio album, Beautiful Mess. After taking a break from YouTube in late November 2020, Niki and Gabi returned in March 2021 to their collaborative channel. And Niki released her single "Messy Room". On May 15, 2021, Niki and Gabi launched their Snapchat reality series, Twinning Out. In 2021, Niki gave an interview for Vanity Teen magazine, following her third single "Messy Room", talking about her musical career and social influence. In June 2021, Niki released her single "25" as the fourth single from her debut extended play. In August 2021, Gabi released the third single "Not Today" off of her debut studio album, and was the opening act for Russian-German DJ Zedd at his concert in Musikfest. The same month, Pumpkin & Spice partnered with Gabi and launched their skincare line. In September 2021, Niki released her debut extended play, Nights Alone.
In September 2019, Niki and Gabi released a video on their channel titled "Going to College Dressed as Celebrities Challenge" in which American singer Normani was portrayed by a man. The video was criticized for "furthering stereotypes about black women having masculine features".
In March 2020, Niki posted a TikTok in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which showed her with an Asian manicurist, both masked, while the song "It's Corona Time" plays over the video. The TikTok was criticized as racist and insensitive due to the implication that the manicurist had COVID-19 amid the rising xenophobia and racism experienced by Asians in the United States during the pandemic. The video was deleted and DeMar issued an apology.
In September 2020, Gabi was criticized for a video titled "BFF Income Challenge" in which she was accused of flaunting her income. In the video, she compared her spending income with a friend revealing a "spending disparity of thousands of dollars per week". She later issued an apology.
In December 2020, Gabi made a nude video of herself at the age of 3 available for sale for $3 on the content subscription platform OnlyFans. She was accused of duping her fans about the contents of her video which was teased with the caption "won't put my panties on", distributing child pornography and setting up unsuspecting purchasers for felony possession of child pornography. OnlyFans suspended her account for violating their terms of service. Gabi initially attempted to downplay the incident as "trolling", stating to Insider, "Drama channels are trying to make something out of a childhood video of me, that's hilarious", and claiming her OnlyFans "was not a sexual page", though her previous posts were sexual in nature. She later posted a 1 minute apology video to her YouTube channel.
Reality web series
The duo star in their own reality web series, Niki and Gabi, by AwesomenessTV. It has run for five seasons.
- Wheel Of Fashion (2015-2016, AwesomenssTV, YouTube)
- DIY Or DI-Don't (2015-2017, AwesomenssTV, YouTube)
- Teen Choice Awards (2015, Fox)
- YouTubers React (2016, React, YouTube)
- Top Five Live (2016, AwesomenssTV, YouTube)
- Niki and Gabi (2017-2020, AwesomenssTV, YouTube)
- Dear DeMartino (2018, AwesomenssTV, YouTube)
- Twinning Out (2021, Snapchat)
Awards and nominations
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