Piper Rockelle is a 4-year-old YouTuber with over 8 million subscribers on YouTube and almost 5 million Instagram followers–and I just heard about her for the first time today. But Pink knows about Piper and wondered when parents are going to stop exploiting children. Um, probably when exploiting their children stops making a profit for them. But Piper heard about this and decided to defend herself and her family from Pink’s claims, saying she’s not an exploited child.
Derrick Jaxn is a relationship “expert”, known for his massive social media following and YouTube videos. He is big into the Bible, preaches about healing and healthy relationships, and has written several books, including Things She Wishes You Understood and A Cheating Man’s Heart. Well, I guess Derrick did some first-hand research for that last book, cuz on Monday he posted a video confessing to serial-cheating on his wife, Da’Naia Jackson. In the seven-and-a-half minute video, Derrick continuously refers to himself in the third person and grasps the hand of poor Da’Naia, who’s in full Good Wife mode.
23-year-old twins, Alex and Alan Stokes, are YouTubers with over 4 million subscribers and their latest “prank” got them charged with felonies, and now they face up to four years in prison. No, this isn’t some police overreaction to a whoopie cushion situation. These dumbasses faked a whole bank robbery and got an Uber driver held up at gunpoint. It’s the #AlmostGetSomeoneElseShotChallenge!
Beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook‘s tearful forty-minute apology video gave us some great memes and also called out fellow beauty YouTuber Jeffree Star. If you aren’t caught up (because you have an actual life), 38-year-old Tati turned on her onetime BFF, 21-year-old James Charles, last year in a video where she accused him of all sorts of things including being a sexual predator. Last month, Tati released another video where she apologized for her role in the James Charles “takedown” and accused 34-year-old Jeffree Star and another YouTuber, 32-year-old Shane Dawson, of manipulating her and using her to destroy James. After Tati’s video came out, YouTube suspended monetization on Shane’s channels over past racist videos, and Jeffree got dropped by makeup retailer Morphe.
Well, Jeffree can break his silence too, and he did it in a video titled: “Doing What’s Right.” And Jeffree thought it would be a good idea to say that instead of focusing on beauty YouTube drama, people need to focus on much more important things like the killings of Black people by the hands of people. So yeah, Jeffree’s 10-minute long video really could’ve just been a 30-second video where he told everyone to focus on more important things and announced he was donating millions to the Black Lives Matter movement. But instead, Jeffree got into the beauty YouTube drama and did it on a hideous velvet skid mark of a couch.
The Stauffers Will Not Face Charges For Giving Away Huxley, Who Is Happy And Safe With His New Family
BuzzFeed says that authorities in Ohio are done with investigating YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer for giving away Huxley, the boy they adopted from China. Authorities have declared that nothing illegal went down and Huxley’s happy and safe with his new family. Cut to Huxley thinking, “You all are so much better, you don’t duct tape my thumb or make me wear an ugly outfit from the J. Crew outlet for an Instagram photo-op,” as he hangs out with his new family, a pack of wolves.
YouTube Couple Myka And James Stauffer Brought The Tears As They Explained Why They Placed Their Adopted Autistic Son From China With A New Family
Yesterday, I kept seeing headlines about a “YouTube couple” and usually my brain automatically shuts down after seeing those words but then I saw the word “rehomed” and figured they gave up an animal after it chewed one of this lady’s Tory Burch suede flip-flops. But they didn’t give up an animal. They gave up a human child. A human child they adopted from China two and a half years ago and who was a part of their family and helped up their YouTube subscriber count and get them sponsors.
The YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer named the now four-year-old boy Huxley Stauffer and documented the adoption process, which brought them thousands of new subscribers and more money. But when their followers noticed that Huxley wasn’t in recent YouTube videos, Myka and James put on their shaky “THIS IS SO HARD” voices and slathered themselves in innocent angel white to bring the glycerine tears in a video explaining that they found Huxley a more suitable home because he’s Autistic and they just weren’t equipped to deal with his special needs. Every piece of shit in the land is throwing a look like, “And people call ME a piece of shit?!”