With more than 2.4 million followers, prankster Sam Pepper is a bona fide YouTube sensation. A lot of people, however, don’t think his latest video is funny.
so i watched the sam pepper video……um…….is this real life tho?
— Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) September 22, 2014
Very disheartened that Sam Pepper's video of him committing sexual harassment is still on @YouTube after such a vocal campaign to report it.
— Charlie McDonnell (@coollike) September 21, 2014
@DwarfofChaos sam pepper's newest prank video is blatant sexual harassment and just generally despicable behavior
— Jimmy Wong (@jfwong) September 21, 2014
The Sam Pepper video is sexual harassment. I'm actually down right upset at the comments saying it's okay? ITS REALLY FUCKING NOT.
— Bethan Mary Leadley (@musicalbethan) September 21, 2014
Signal boosting the absolutely despicable behavior of YouTuber Sam Pepper, who thinks harassing women is funny. http://t.co/pRzmlZXnpu
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) September 22, 2014
Literally had to stop watching the Sam Pepper video because I started to vom. It's not a prank. It's sexual harrassment.
— Brittany Kahn (@BrittanyKahn) September 22, 2014
please don't watch @sampepper's new video, it's not a prank, it's just sexual harassment passed off as entertainment
— Jack Howard (@JackHoward) September 20, 2014
For people asking, it's safe to assume that people who sexually assault women in "prank" videos will not be welcome at future VidCons.
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) September 21, 2014
@hankgreen Appreciate seeing this. You won't be seeing creators who partake in that behavior appear in YouTubers React either.
— thefinebros (@thefinebros) September 21, 2014
If you guys could report @sampepper's new video (https://t.co/oWyswervV3) that would be great. Its sexual harassment and its disgusting.
— Simone ☼ (@Simoneeee_xo) September 21, 2014
Some say Pepper’s actions warrant a law enforcement response:
@sampepper you're literal scum. I hope the authorities arrest you because you literally filmed yourself sexually assaulting women
— mollee || 23 (@lovatosclassic) September 22, 2014
@sampepper How have u not been arrested you scum. Recording yourself sexually assaulting women & posting it online. #ReportSamPepper #arrest
— Helen Griffin (@xDIRTx) September 21, 2014
Arrest @sampepper for battery
— Ian Actual (@iboudreau) September 21, 2014
A series of sexual assaults captured on video. When will police arrest Sam Pepper?
— Patrick Strudwick (@PatrickStrud) September 21, 2014
SOMEONE PLEASE ARREST SAM PEPPER
— adrienne (@queerflutist) September 22, 2014
@harto @sampepper I really hope this letter does something, I also hope his youtube following dwindles. But there should be police action.
— Nicole Lynn (@Nicole_Lynnx) September 22, 2014
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/09/22/youtube-star-sam-pepper-slammed-for-prank-sexual-assault-video/
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If there’s going to be a bizarre, otherworldly-looking creature spotted scaling the side of a building, why wouldn’t it be in Russia? After all, Russia does tend to attract more than its fair share of paranormal activity. But just because it could happen doesn’t mean that it actually will.
The video below started circulating back in 2013. It reportedly shows a monster climbing an apartment building somewhere in Russia, and the worst part is that it kind of looks like Slender Man. Although it’s freaky, there’s an overwhelming amount of evidence that points to it being fake.
(source: GloverX )
First of all, what would a monster get out of climbing the side of an apartment complex? That feels like a major plot hole to me. That being said, I’ll still be drawing the blinds tonight.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/russian-monster/
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