Colleen “Miranda Sings” Ballinger Responded To The Grooming Allegations With A 10-Minute Long Ukulele Performance
If you don’t know Colleen Ballinger, you may recognize her poorly-lipsticked Internet personality, Miranda Sings. If not, bless you; you spend more time in real life than online and you should be awarded for that. Three-ish years ago, a report came out about how another YouTuber, Adam McIntyre, accused Colleen of forming “an inappropriate personal friendship” with the then 13-year-old, which continued until they were 16 and included sending lingerie to the teen “as a joke,” and Adam basically working as her social media intern. Colleen sort of addressed it then, saying she was sorry for letting a child be her free ghost-Tweeter, but now she’s made a whole video about it, and it includes a ukelele so… she’s not beating those allegations, as they say.
Colleen Ballinger Of Miranda Sings Is Sorry For A Past Racist Clip, Also Addresses Sending Underwear To A 13-Year-Old Fan
YouTube needs to get with it and equip its ass with a crying filter for YouTubers in trauma to use while recording their inevitable sowwy video after the internet turns on them for whatever reason.
Yet another YouTuber had to put on her serious face for an oh-so-serious apology video, and this time it’s 33-year-old Colleen Ballinger, creator of the internet character Miranda Sings, who is the half-broken Bedazzler-inseminated baby of Lea Michele and Poughkeepsie’s least popular Jerri Blank impersonator. The Miranda Sings YouTube channel has almost 11 million subscribers, Colleen starred as Miranda in the Netflix show Haters Back Off, and she was also on Broadway in Waitress for a minute, so she’s got a lot of fans. And recently messy old clips of her were pulled out. On top of that, a 17-year-old boy from Ireland accused Colleen of using him as a ghost-tweeter without paying him and sent him panties and a bra when he was 13 years old.
So Colleen did a video sans Kylie Jenner clown lips and apologized for the past videos and also got into claims made by the 17-year-old boy, saying that the chonies she sent him were not worn and it was a joke. Miranda sighs!