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The '9 to 5' singer, 75, joined the popular video-sharing app and shared an uplifting message in a feel-good video.
"Why hello, I guess I'm on TikTok!" Parton began her first post. "I just dropped in to say that it will be okay."
Parton then launched into song, singing to her followers, "If I can do it, so can you... I believe in you."
Hours later, her video was taken down and the account was completely wiped, with a screenshot stating the account violated "multiple Community Guidelines."
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Fans took to Twitter to express their anger of the 'Jolene' singer's ban, wondering what was wrong with the uplifting video.
"Okay but why is nobody talking about how Dolly Parton was banned from TikTok today? Her first day??? What did she do," one user tweeted.
Another wrote, "@DollyParton i am so sorry @tiktok_us banned you for no reason. you deserve so much better. we love you."
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The outcry comes after fans were delighted to see Parton's arrival on the app, celebrating in the comments of her first video.
"This cured my acne, paid off my debt, healed my psoriasis and fed my soul," one user wrote in the comments.
"DOLLY YOU CANNOT JUST CASUALLY SHOW UP LIKE THIS I AM UNDERDRESSED AND UNPREPARED," another added.
Before the account's termination, Parton had more than 680,000 followers and three million likes on the video, where she posted under the handle @itsdollyparton.
Parton's TikTok debut comes after a very eventful year for the star. She celebrated her milestone 75th birthday in January and also
"I felt like this was the time for me to open my heart and my hand and try to help," she said at the time, donating US$1 million (approx. $2 million) to Vanderbilt University.
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