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A number of Dolly Parton fans took to TikTok Monday to complain after Dolly Parton's newly-created account was banned from the social media site.

Parton, 75, had just created her account on the format, putting up an introduction clip in which she was clad in a yellow top with patterned yellow and blue pants.

'Why hello, I guess I'm on TikTok! I just dropped in to say that it will be okay,' the iconic singer-songwriter said before singing. 'If I can do it, so can you ... I believe in you.'

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Parton's account, under the handle @itsdollyparton, had already amassed in excess of 680,000 followers and a million likes, according to People.

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After it was inexplicably banned, fans expressed they were upset and confused by the move.

One user wrote, 'WHY WAS DOLLY PARTON BANNED FROM TIKTOK,' while another noted, 'Dolly Parton joined tiktok and then was banned immediately.'

Another user mused, 'The number of trolls I’ve (and other creators) have reported on Tiktok and somehow they choose to ban the pride of America, Dolly Parton.'

One user said that TikTok 'needs to calm down with the community guideline "violations,"' as they 'even removed @DollyParton of all people.'

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One user jokingly wrote, 'TikTok banned Dolly Parton now we riot.'

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