Jenna Marbles Announces Decision To Quit YouTube
Jenna Marbles has announced that she will be moving on from YouTube. This news comes 10 years after she first started her popular channel. And after 20 million subscribers.
The YouTube personality, Jenna Marbles took to her channel to post a brief video titled “A Message.” She revealed that a lot of her viewers had requested that she acknowledge and apologise for past controversies and actions.
Jenna Marbles Apologizes For Her Actions
She revealed she is happy to apologize as what she wants from people she supports is also accountability and to know that their values and morals align with hers. “Yeah there are things in my past I’m not proud of. And I’m getting a lot of tweets from people saying, ‘Why have you privated all these old videos?’ And I have spent a lot of the last few days privating almost all of my old content,” Jenna explained.
She continued saying that although she feels sorry about doing that as they may be nostalgic for some people. However, she does not want to put out anything negative in the world.
Jenna said those videos are proof of how she’s grown up in the last 10 years which she is proud of. But she is not that person anymore. And when people see those clips and get offended because of someone she used to be, she doesn’t like that.
“If that’s the case where people will watch something and be offended now, I don’t want it to exist. So I probably deleted a lot of my old content because I just don’t want anyone to feel upset about anything. I don’t want to contribute to that,” Jenna shared.
Jenna then went on to address a few controversial videos of hers that are now private. This included one about Nicki Minaj and one called “Bounce that D–k.” She apologized for her racist remarks and called them “crazy and embarrassing.”