Allegra Miles

Pop Singer

Allegra Miles was born in San Diego, CA on January 14th, 2003 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 21, Allegra Miles biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 14, 2003
United States
Place of Birth
San Diego, CA
21 years old
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Do Gen Z think YOU are past it? All the millennial habits that the younger generation insist make you 'officially old' - from slang to how you wear your socks, May 7, 2024
There's 31 years separating the eldest millennials from the youngest of Gen Z - but there may as well be an ocean between them. Last month, American singer-songwriter Allegra Miles went viral on TikTok when she compared popular millennial slang with its Gen Z equivalent.   The 21-year-old said terms like 'YOLO', 'game', 'slay', 'on point' and 'vibe' - which were all popularised by millennials - have now been replaced by cooler Gen Z slang. In recent years, the sparring generations have warred over everything from the 'most flattering' style of jean to the 'correct' way to part hair. Here FEMAIL reveals the key issues that divide Gen Z and millennials - from their favourite sock style to their nail shape.

Gen Z woman demands millennials stop saying these 'out of date 'slang words: 'If you use these, you're officially old', May 7, 2024
A 21-year-old has schooled those in their late twenties to early forties on the words they say that make them sound old. She said words like 'YOLO', 'game', 'slay', 'on point' and 'vibe' popularised by millennials have all been replaced by Gen Z.