Step-siblings who are in a relationship together are hitting back at social media users who say it’s disgusting.
TikTok users Diana Camila Avila and Jordie Vena met six years ago when their parents started dating, with the pair now together for three years themselves.
The couple, who post to the account AlphaFamilia, have shared details on their relationship to their 600,000 followers, including the fact they had their first kiss during "sibling movie night" while their parents were out one night.
"We met six years ago but we started dating three years ago. We met through our parents," Diana told Ladbible.
"We love each other, and if you don't like it well too bad" adding they are 'proudly step-siblings'."
Unsurprisingly, the couple received a lot of hate comments after revealing their family connection.
They've been called "disgusting" with users saying they're "uncomfortable" watching their videos.
Some compared them to Josh and Cher from Clueless, while others said they were "concerned and confused" and thought it was "illegal".
Because they're not actually related by blood, the relationship isn't technically illegal.
"People are very negative about our relationship. We get negativity daily," Diana told Ladbible. "It's hard for people to understand our relationship, but love is love. It's hard to know who you're going to fall in love with."
They added they don't have plans for kids at the moment, but said, "In the future, of course."
The couple has yet to tell their parents, revealing they’ve previously tried but never followed through.
Some followers have had positive reactions to the couple with one user writing, "Siblings by chance, lovers by choice," to which the couple responded, "Thank you for understanding us."
Others claim the pair aren't step-siblings at all and are doing it for the "clout".
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