Life has been incredibly dramatic lately for popular YouTube mukbanger Nikocado Avocado. About two months ago he and partner Orlin introduced a baby sloth from Florida into their home menagerie in Colombia. They then went on a six-week honeymoon to Thailand. After they returned home Nikocado uploaded a crying meltdown over hate comments. This breakdown was soon overshadowed by a new crisis: the next day his pet sloth Kiwi bit his finger really hard while he was feeding her a flower. The bite pierced deep into his skin and even fracturing his nail.
Author: Daphne Manderlay
Abby Lee Miller is the latest reality star to take a television hiatus for a stay in the clink. She surrendered yesterday to serve 366 days for bankruptcy fraud. In the weeks prior to her incarceration, Abby Lee Millermaintained that she just trusted the wrong people and didn’t look into what was going on with her own business.
Trisha Paytas revealed on a YouNow livestream with The Vegan Cheetah that she used to be a feeder on YouTube. Trish says people in Dubai have given her up to $10,000 to eat a bucket of KFC chicken. Now, however, the popular mukbanger says she just eats on camera for YouTube views and is no longer paid directly. She does reveal that other YouTube stars have also been offered money to eat on camera, and some rising mukbang stars may be doing similar things, especially former vegans.
Trisha Paytas makes a living on YouTube via mukbangs of delicious foods, titillating story times about her past and present hookups and personal drama, sponsored try-ons, surprisingly catchy and well-produced pop songs, and her infamous “crying and/or drunk on the kitchen floor videos.” Her online persona appears to be a ramped up version of her real self. Part of what she’s doing is kind of hamming up to get maximum attention and reactions, but most of what she goes through seems to be patricianly real, just enhanced. Kind of like her surgically altered body. In the latest installment of a “kitchen floor” video Trisha drinks Bud Light out of a vintage champagne glass and laments the foils of falling in love with fictional characters. While she’s amping up the “train wreck” factor, as always, she’s also presenting something that’s relatable to many people.
Comedy duo and YOLO lifestyle vloggers Christine Sydelko and Elijah Daniel have been engaged for several months now. They promised to get married if they reached 1 million subscribers on their main YouTubechannel by June, a goal they did not meet, but they still plan to legally wed when that milestone happens. While is seems like this is an attention stunt, it also appears like they truly mean to get married despite the fact that Elijah is gay and Christine is asexual. Even though they don't have a sexual connection, they are life partners in many other ways and plan to go on Maury Povich to prove their undying love for each other.
There will be no Season 18 of NBC’s popular weight loss show The Biggest Loser, information from a lawsuit reveals. The Biggest Loser has been swimming in controversy for a while now, with contestants speaking out with allegations about weight loss drugs, dehydration, starving, and other dangerous tricks just to get jaw-dropping and ratings-rising results.
DaddyOFive and MommyOFive returned to YouTube almost two weeks ago, but new records reveal that their return to vlogging coincides with a violation of a protective order and multiple threats on the live of his ex-wife Rose Hall and her family. Rose Hall is the mother of DaddyOFive Mike Martin’s two younger children Emma and Cody, who bore the brunt of the physical and emotional abuse during their infamous prank videos. She received custody of the two kids a few months ago after news of the the channel’s antics became known on a broader scale in the media.