Cameron Dalile Reconnected with NextDoor Studio Owner After Rift!

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The director and performer took to Twitter to announce the reconciliation.

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Cameron Dalile‘s life has been an open book to his fans. They have seen his incredible journey to sobriety which could one of his life’s milestones. He’s had ups and downs too while working at NextDoor Studios. His struggles may have caused his departure from the studio as a director for two years since 2017.

I will be leaving my Directing position at NextDoor for a bit due to personal/medical issues. I appreciate everyone who have been supportive and understanding during this time in my life. Love you guys.

— Cameron DalileXxX (@CameronDalile) July 28, 2019

It was August last year when Cameron revealed that he’s had a relapse which may be connected to him parting ways with NextDoor the previous month. This was followed by an announcement from NextDoor the following day that they’re “looking for a freelance director”.

But in a recent tweet, the performer has announced that he’s “made peace” with the studio’s owner and “felt a sense of calmness” with the reunion. See the tweet below:

For a while there was bad blood between the owner of NextDoor and myself because I wanted to get help and get medically detoxed. Yesterday I made peace with him. I was not expecting it and I felt a sense of calmness come over me. We have bigger things to fight, so let’s fight it! pic.twitter.com/g6DORXF4jd

— Cameron DalileXxX (@CameronDalile) June 8, 2020

But aside from this update, fans were also delighted to the idea that this may signal an opportunity for Cameron to go back on directing NextDoor scenes.

I hope this means you are returning to directing there. You made one of my favorite vids with Quentin and Carter. You really knew how to get the best perfomance out of Quentin in a long time. Was hoping to see you two work together again.

— don lonnberg (@donrlon) June 8, 2020

What can you say about the end of this bad blood? Do you also want him to go back to directing scenes for the studio? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below!

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