TikTok couple 'alphafamilia' announce they're also step-siblings 3 weeks ago

TikTok couple 'alphafamilia' announce they're also step-siblings

"We love each other, and if you don't like it well too bad"

Before you start slagging them or judging the situation, let's start by saying there's no blood involved so there's nothing illegal going on here. Just two people in love who's parents happen to be married.

There are all sorts of relationships these days and once no one is breaking the law, I guess you got to let love be love.

The couple behind TikTok account @alphafamilia have revealed that they are in fact step-siblings. STEP siblings, no blood.

Diana Camila Avila and Jordie Vena have been making TikTok videos for a while now and have over 9 million likes on the social video site thanks to their dance routines and sketches.

They also happen to be step-siblings. Go figure.

https://www.tiktok.com/@alphafamilia/video/6888508899222113537?lang=en

They told LADbible: "We met six years ago but we started dating three years ago. We met through our parents."

Truth be told when they were introduced Diana admits it was "love at first sight". Diana said that they also felt weird about the situation so they kept their feelings quiet and carried on as friends, or family in this case.... family friends!

As the old saying goes when the cats away the mice will play, so when their parents were away one night the two kissed for the first time.... and their secret "love at first sight" feelings weren't a secret anymore.

When they revealed the truth to their followers, some people were naturally very critical of their relationship.

https://www.tiktok.com/@alphafamilia/video/6888445659033259266?lang=en

Diana and Jordie don't seem to mind the negative feedback though, with Diana responding: "We love each other, and if you don't like it well too bad." She also added that they are "proudly step-siblings."

"People are very negative about our relationship," she told the publication. "We get negativity daily.

"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."