People are calling out Hollywood's anti-vaxxers, racists, abusers, jerks, and more.
These celebs had it all, and they blew it.
Burnham, like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles, grew up on the internet. But how they’ve dealt with being constantly online has varied drastically.
I grew up watching YouTubers like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles. Their recent controversies have soured my nostalgia.
A Black YouTube Commentator Is Not Surprised People Are More Concerned With Shane Dawson’s Tati Drama Than His Racist Past
This week's newsletter: While Shane Dawson may finally be paying the price for doing blackface, fellow YouTuber Sanders Kennedy pointed out that he's already greatly profited off of doing blackface.
While Dawson had not publicly addressed this latest news, he went live on Instagram on Tuesday to address fellow YouTuber Tati Westbrook's recent video accusing him of manipulating her.
"Me as a white person wearing a wig and playing a character and doing stereotypes and then saying the n-word is something that I should have probably lost my career for at the time."
Star's website is down following the high demand.
In his latest "Conspiracies" video, Dawson investigated whether Chuck E Cheese's pizzas are cobbled together from uneaten slices.
"It’s definitely been more polarizing than I expected."
Here's What's Happening With Jake Paul And Shane Dawson And Why YouTubers Are Talking About Sociopathy
The vloggers are slinging around an outdated medical term for content. And commenters became armchair psychologists overnight.
"I am not a fucking pedophile," the YouTuber said in a response video posted on Wednesday, but he also apologized for making "really shitty fucking jokes."