Category: YouTube

   

YOUTUBE Jason Nash speaks out about Trisha Paytas for the first time since split three years ago

YouTubers Trisha Paytas and Jason Nash broke up three years ago after a year of dating that was highly documented online. Both of the YouTubers vlogged copious amounts of their time together and also appeared together in David Dobrik’s popular vlogs.

The relationship imploded in February 2019 around their anniversary and Jason went radio silent about Trisha, even when she went on a public campaign against him and David Dobrik’s vlog squad. Now, Jason is speaking out about Trisha for the first time since the split.

   
   

TIKTOK Pot Roast the cat has been diagnosed with late-stage FIV

Pot Roast the cat and her mom are an entertaining TikTok sensation with a loyal following. The owner of the account @Potroastsmom (on both Instagram and TikTok) has a wry, dark sense of humor and perfect comedic delivery that has amassed over 879k TikTok followers, and 43k Instagram followers. Her short videos are usually hilarious, but often quite emotional. Fans of the beloved cat were devastated to hear that she had been taken to the emergency vet a few days ago for a blood transfusion.

YOUTUBE Tati Westbrook shut down her makeup line, does she still sell vitamins?

YouTuber Tati Westbrook has shut down her makeup brand Tati Beauty. Tati starts off the video by explaining that she’s swearing off crying in her videos. “This is a moment of strength, gratitude despite some dark days.” She then explains that she had to wait until things were final to announce that “Tati Beauty is closing its doors” and will no longer be selling products online.

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.