he / him
I still can't believe that this is a video that exists:
Jenna voluntarily left YouTube in 2020 in order to hold herself accountable for past videos that can be seen as offensive. I really miss her but hope she’s doing well.Whatever happened to Jenna Marbles? Miranda Sings?
I don't know if this says more about my personal taste or if others would agree, but I can consider Cody Ko, Danny Gonzalez, Drew Gooden, Kurtis Conner, Micarah Tewers, Mr Beast, Noel Miller and Safiya Nygard to be YouTube famous.Anyway, I have no idea who is famous on YouTube nowadays (is there still such a thing as YouTube famous?).
No one's really famous as much as marketing. There's a deliberate structure to everything now. Organic following really only comes from TikTok and Insta (and I'm sure Truth Social too!) now, yeah?Anyway, I have no idea who is famous on YouTube nowadays (is there still such a thing as YouTube famous?).
Youtube stop shoving the Colleen Balling apology video down my throat challenge. Do that fucking challenge.
Also what a disgusting person.
I hate this but I did make myself watch the first minute and laughed at Beedrill being his first smash. Especially in THAT pose. (He also passed on Raichu which is so sad.)Depressing. Maybe the climate change-induced apocalypse we will suffer was not a mistake.
I feel like her and Shane Dawson came from the same era of terrible "humor" and boundary pushing that all their fans have been/were too young to recognize was terrible. And now that all the fans are older, have now promptly called them out for.
But that damn ukelele video was the absolute worst. I bet the controversy surrounding her wouldn't have even reached half the people it did had she not released that dumb terrible video that brought even more attention to how terrible she is.