There is never a shortage of drama on TikTok. Now that there is an endless slew of content houses cropping up (and imploding), influencers are spending time together in close quarters. That means new alliances will be formed and bridges will be burned.
The latest saga in confusing Gen Z melodrama involves Eva Cudmore, Sabrina Quesada and the teenage creators of Just a House.
Who is Eva Cudmore?
Cudmore was born in Abu Dhabi on Feb. 26, 2003, and is 18 years old. Her family moved to Canada after she was born.
She is best known for her lip-sync and dance videos which have earned her 3 million followers on TikTok. Cudmore is a member of the TikTok collective Just a House. She was previously a member of Top Talent House before it dissolved in November 2020.
Drama with Just a House
Just a House is an all-girl TikTok content house with over 2.9 million followers founded in February 2021. On June 23, the Just a House Instagram updated their bio to say, “Eva ruined the house.”
Feud with Sabrina Quesada
The Just a House drama continued as Cudmore tried to explain what happened with the Instagram account during a live stream. She said that after she dueted a video with influencer Katie Pego, Quesada unfollowed Cudmore on social media. This apparently sparked a beef.
“Katie did something very disrespectful to me and to a lot of girls which is why she was asked to leave the house,” Quesada responded on Instagram. “When Eva found out what Katie did she was the first to tell me and then constantly talked about how she didn’t associate herself with her. Which is why the duet seemed very two-sided to me.”
Quesada felt betrayed by Cudmore’s affiliation with Pego. She also accused Cudmore of talking “poorly” of other house members behind their back.
Just a House is over
Not long after the drama, Devyn Winkler and two other house members declared Just a House was “over” and the members were “onto new beginnings.”
The girls kept their word and removed the Just a House accounts from TikTok and Instagram.
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