Heard of James Charles, Jeffree Star or Jake Paul? Well, these are names of the biggest and most popular YouTubers, taking the platform by storm with their content, and well, their controversies.
CHARLI D’AMELIO’S POPULARITY HANGS IN A PROBELM
The 16-year-old dancer is presently TikTok’s most-followed individual with 76.2 million followers.
Meanwhile, Charli D’Amelio shot to fame at 15, with her dancing videos. In addition, Charli has an elder sister who looks exactly like her, named Dixie D’Amelio.
Dixie is a singer and recently released her song ‘Be Happy’ in July. Meanwhile, the sisters have also revealed their Morphe 2 makeup line.
But with quick fame, that too at a tender age, comes immense public scrutiny.
The D’Amelio sisters had to hire a 24/7 cops security following constant death threats and swatting.
JAMES CHARLES PUBLIC APOLOGY
The beauty blogger and celebrity makeup artist James Charles is a known friend of Kylie Jenner.
Meanwhile, the YouTuber has very recently issued a public apology to singer Alicia Keys for shading her new makeup line.
But that’s just one of many controversies James Charles has invoked.
JEFFREE STAR APOLOGIZES TO JAMES CHARLES
The YouTuber had to throw an apology to fellow blogger James Charles after calling him a ‘danger to society.’ Star has previously levelled serious allegations against Charles, claiming he was a sexual predator.
View his entire apology here:
CURIOUS CASE OF JAKE PAUL AND THE FBI
Hear Jake Paul, hear controversies. The popular Youtuber was recently under scanner by the mayor of Calabasas Alicia Weintraub for partying amid the pandemic.
However, Paul said, “I am not the type of person who’s gonna sit around and not live my life.”
But that’s not it. On August 6, Jake Paul’s home in Calabasas was searched by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).
In addition, the FBI has seized big guns and firearms that the Youtuber often brandishes in his videos.
THE STOKES TWINS CHARGED FOR BANK ROBBERY PRANK
YouTube celebrities the Stokes Twins may face up to 4 years in state prison for faking two bank robberies.
Alan and Alex Stokes are popular Internet pranksters who have over 4.8 million followers.
Meanwhile, the pretentious bank robbery was a twisted ‘gimmick’ at gaining more popularity on the internet. Although, backfiring.