Friday, December 29, 2017

Blind Items Revealed #5

August 28, 2017

Video Music Awards

Apparently this YouTube star who used to be cheated on by another YouTube star every night while he made her watch went on a rampage when she saw one of his male cohorts. The cohort took a swing at her and said he was just paying her back for what her current YouTube star boyfriend did to a woman.

Alissa Violet/Jake Paul/Ricky Banks (attacked Jake Paul’s assistant Megan Zelly)

29 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Who?What?
Who?

TheJarno said...
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Dallas Alice said...

Huh?

Glitter said...

You Tube star?????

Barbara RiceHand said...

Haha what? The mtv vma’s are a joke anymore. Plus wtf are these people..

Tawnie said...

These people make millions just on you tube by making silly videos . Ricky Banks makes 2 million on a bad month. Jake Paul supposedly makes around 5 million a month.

GoogleSleuth said...

It took me three re-reads and I still don’t get it... this is especially impressive even after it’s been revealed. 🤷‍♀️

Andi F said...

Never heard of any of them, just rich kids who buy their followers and think they are stahs, like IG "models".

Raging Bunnies said...

Who are these people?

Vie Zeen said...

MTV was great when it actually first aired and played---music videos. Guess that ages me.

Pazazz said...

The only YouTuber I can name by name is Dantdm and that’s only because of my son. And YouTubers don’t make as much as we think. YouTube takes a big chunk of that money now

Scandi Sanskrit said...

It was really good when it was just airing music videos non-stop in the '90s (and Channel [V] too).

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I wouldn't want to be a YouTuber professionally. It would literally kill me (I'd get sick just from filming two videos a day). They're under a LOT of pressure to create content (watch the ex-BuzzFeed videos) and I've seen some will post up almost daily, the only type of YouTuber that can justify taht level of content are beauty vloggers who review new products. And finding good beauty videos is so hard now because the bloggers get sponsored and they'll have these big companies backing them and helping them with content. YouTube used to be about relatable everyday people doing everyday things, now it's almost like watching television.

Like here's an example: I was looking for videos on a hair tool. Apparently, Sephora had sponsored nearly EVERY single beauty YouTuber in the country I live in to do "reviews/tutorials" (with "instructions", of course, and they'd send these hair products that help make styling easier). All the videos looked identical, manufactured. Same content. Also, very contrived: They'd have their hair OTT messy for the "before" and the "after" was impeccably groomed. They'd made it messy on purpose like a TV-shopping infomercial thing.

So I did a more realistic video on the same tool of me trying to get my hair down in 10 minutes, starting with normal-looking hair (wet but not messed up on purpose) and the results are so-so (what you can really expect from that product without the help of your sponsors). PLUS? I got my hand burned by the tool at least once during the video and I didn't edit it out (and with a common webcam). Nobody wants to pay you for making videos that honest.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I like watching planner (although they're almost identical too) and autoimmune YouTubers, though. Chronic illness vloggers are the best.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

*Hair DONE (not "down", it's not "up"). LOL. 💇🏻

Scandi Sanskrit said...

That's how I felt when I saw the "Infinity War" trailer.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Not all of them are spoiled rich kids. Tati Westbrook and Goss Wayne are not. They're always saying how they take nothing for granted because they had nothing growing up.

DonnaMarie said...
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katsm0711 said...

No.

MichelleJ817 said...

Am I reading this right? No wonder children are crazy. These are children role models. Im sorry punching a current gf (erica) because of what a ex bf (jake) did is ridiculous. Im sorry but these are entitled young adults with good family support if person stays with a cheater when they had a way out of realationship. Obviously (Alissa) was ok with the cheating while she was with (Jake). So many couples are "Ok" with unhealthy realationships until they break up then it becomes how horrible everything eas. Even more disturbing is why punch the current gf of the ex bf who cheated.

MichelleJ817 said...

Am I reading this right? No wonder children are crazy. These are children role models. Im sorry punching a current gf (meghan) because of what a ex bf (jake) did is ridiculous. Im sorry but these are entitled young adults with good family support if person stays with a cheater when they had a way out of realationship. Obviously (Alissa) was ok with the cheating while she was with (Jake). So many couples are "Ok" with unhealthy realationships until they break up then it becomes how horrible everything eas. Even more disturbing is why punch the current gf of the ex bf who cheated.

Fufu Lou said...

You mean Wayne Goss. Either way YouTube drama is bottom of the barrel stuff and should remain on that platform.

lucy said...

I stumbled upon and liked Wayne Goss until he declared a primer by Jane Iredale the best beauty product ever invented and I ordered and I just hated it. he did turn me on to some good products but I never got over that betrayal

lucy said...

MTV was so cool I remember the anticipation of the WORLD PREMIERE VIDEO. was truly only way to see what bands looked like aside from albums and some teen mags. I also thought 120minutes was incredibly hip

beebopcowboy said...

enty, pls only write about legitimately famous people from now on

teen moms and youtube in-denial-twinks like this one excluded

Mango said...

Cowboy, that stuff that no one is remotely interested in is called “filler”. Apparently Enty feels he needs it.

coopertempleclause said...
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coopertempleclause said...

Who would have thought that YouTube is filled with truly awful people... You'd never know it from the comments section...

You can call me Elle. said...

+1

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