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The Only Victims in the Tati Westbrook, Shane Dawson Drama Are Their Fans

Last Updated September 23, 2020 2:02 PM
Aaron Weaver
Last Updated September 23, 2020 2:02 PM
  • YouTube influencers Tati Westbrook, Shane Dawson, Jeffree Star, and James Charles have been engulfed in controversy for the past two years.
  • Tati just released a tearful video claiming she’s innocent. But, honestly, who cares?
  • It’s 2020. The world is undergoing critical changes, why are we still wrapped up in these useless influencers?

I hope the world is ready for more white girl tears. YouTube influencer Tati Westbrook made sure to catch her emotions on camera today. As her enemy Shane Dawson gets repeatedly canceled, we should consider Tati as well.

She claims she was ‘manipulated’ into making a 2019 video that ruined her friend James Charles’ career.

But was she as helpless as she claims?

The bigger problem is understanding why people care. We’re trying to get through a global pandemic, a possible economic collapse, and a cultural revolution.

These people apply makeup in front of a camera.

Can we drop the dead-weight already?

Tati Westbrook Plays the Victim

In a 40 minute video titled “Breaking the Silence,” Tati Westbrook puts on a waterworks show. She starts by saying,

I have been praying every day over this event, scandal, whatever you want to name it.

The scandal, if you’re lucky enough to not know about it, revolves around, amongst other things, a drama detailed in the video “BYE SISTER.”  In that video, Tati basically drops her friendship with fellow meaningless influencer James Charles.


Why? Because James promoted vitamins that competed with Tati’s wellness company. Oh, he also apparently likes to ‘seduce’ straight men with his power and influence.

And the two have been the talk of the internet ever since.

In her latest video, she patches things up with James. Then she calls out two other makeup gurus who should be ‘influencing’ nobody, ever.

But apparently, they influenced Tati the most.

Tati Blames Shane Dawson & Jeffree Star

Tati said that “BYE SISTER” was the result of the “poisonous lies that were fed to me by Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star.”

These two are the dregs of society.

Shane Dawson has found a permanent home in hot water. He’s said that Rihanna should be abused.  The YouTube ‘star’ has made controversial comments about pedophilia,  and wore blackface. He even sexualized Willow Smith. He checks off nearly every cancellation requirement.

Jaden Smith
Amen, Jaden. | Source: Twitter 

Of course, Shane Dawson also recently posted a whiny apology video. Hilariously, YouTube demonetized his channel shortly after that. 

Jeffree Star, meanwhile, is accused of being a racist, manipulative drama queen  who loves destroying careers.

Tati Westbrook claims these two sleazeballs manipulated her into turning on her friend James Charles.

Really? Tati was angry with James Charles hurting her bottom line. Don’t blame your greed on these convenient scapegoats.

Now, these four Z-listers, who never should’ve been famous in the first place, are trying to apologize their way back into relevancy.

The Influencer Experiment Is Ending Badly

The world is moving further away from books and ‘experts’ and becoming increasingly consumed with technology. While that technology can generate great awareness around social issues, it can leave us impotent to solve it.

In a time when the world needs real leaders more than ever, we’re looking to spineless ‘influencers’ who have nothing of substance to contribute.

Tati Westbrook, Shane Dawson, Jeffree Star, and James Charles have strayed far out of their lane, and too many of us have followed them on their idiotic journey.

The world needs our attention more than ever, and this crew is nothing but a distraction. Let’s cancel them all and move into the new world without these makeup smudges.

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