TikTok Cults Exist? ‘Dancing for the Devil’ Does a Deep Dive

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Being a TikTok celebrity has exciting benefits: Viral videos can make you famous, and the brand deals that follow can make you rich. For many up-and-coming dancers, figuring out a successful social media business strategy can be daunting. In that sense, having management backing your every career move can be game-changing.

Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult alleges it can also be dangerous.

The Netflix docuseries explores the rift between Miranda Derrick and Melanie Wilking (formerly known as the Wilking Sisters on TikTok), tracing the drama back to the moment Derrick moved to Los Angeles, joined a group of like-minded content creators and signed with management firm 7M Films. Not long after, the former Wilking sister — she’s now married to dancer James “BDash” Derrick — cut off contact with her loved ones back home, leading to concern over her well-being and rumors of cult-like activity.

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