Category: YouTube

YouTube family vlogger coached son to cry more and appear more emotional and sad for thumbnail

Family vlogger Jordan Cheyenne forgot to edit out a scene from her vlog where she’s seen coaching her emotionally distraught son to appear “more sad” and repeat what she tells him. The son, who is genuinely upset of their dog’s Parvo diagnosis is already crying when his mother tells him to “look like he’s crying.” Genuinely crying ins’t enough for the vlog, so Jordan instructs her son how to pose to look more dramatic for the vlog and to create a more clickable thumbnail.

   
   

TRUE CRIME What pretending to be crazy looks like, Nikolas Cruz’s demon insanity defense

One of the best true crime content being produced is on the YouTube channel JCS – Criminal Psychology, and the latest video published is absolutely fascinating. “What pretending to be crazy looks like” is a study of how humans who have committed a crime behave when they are trying to appear “insane” to the police in the hopes of evading consequences for their actions.

   

ONISION IN REAL LIFE Sarah shares her story of being groomed by Greg and Kai

The Discovery+ examination of Greg Jackson Onision in Real Life resumed with a fourth episode this weekend after a several months-long hiatus. Now Sarah, a young woman who was groomed via the Internet to become friends with Onision and his husband Kai, and then engage in a sexual relationship once she reached 18, is speaking out via the Discovery+. She has previously shared her story with Chris Hanson on YouTube, but has asked that her name and identifying details be removed from the show’s previous episodes. She’s now ready to share her harrowing story on this platform.

Jeff Wittek shares how he learned he lost vision in his left eye and has brain trauma

Jeff Wittek has been using his YouTube platform to deliver a multi-part documentary about losing his left eye. Last summer David Dobrik invited his vlog squad team to Utah to take part in excavator stunts in the middle of a lake. David was operating the tractor during an accident that resulted in multiple life-threatening injuries. After several surgeries, Jeff was hopeful that he could have normal functioning in his eye, but the final episode that debuted Friday night starts off with the heartbreaking revelation that he’s lost vision and movement in his left eye months after the accident.