Is It Unfair Of Influencers To Air Their Dirty Laundry To Audiences?
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In this week's episode, we dive into Spankie "SWOOP" Valentine's accusations against Mykie from Glam&Gore and address the most common criticism from her video: Should creators be airing their dirty laundry to audiences? Is it unfair for creators to put their interpersonal drama on their audiences? Or is it necessary for audiences to be informed when the allegations are serious offenses? Plus, what do audiences deserve then from influencers if we get dragged in?

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Recaps:

Jeffree Star accused of physical violence and sexual assault in new investigation by Insider 

Loren Gray is launching a docuseries on Snap

Trisha Paytas claims Jaclyn Hill is trying to sue people around her

FaZe Ewok comes out as transgender and bisexual on coming out day 2020

Spankie “SWOOP” Valentine accuses Glam&Gore’s Mykie of racist microaggressions, homophobia, and using James Charles and Jeffree Star for clout

David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet (2020)

Recommendations:

BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky (2020)

Articles mentioned:

https://centennialbeauty.com/spankie-valentine-accuses-glamgores-mykie-of-racist-microaggressions-and-homophobia/

https://centennialbeauty.com/faze-ewok-comes-out-as-transgender-and-bisexual-on-coming-out-day2020/

https://centennialbeauty.com/loren-gray-docuseries-honestly-loren/

https://centennialbeauty.com/jeffree-star-accused-physical-violence-sexual-assault-hush-money-insider/

https://www.insider.com/jeffree-star-sexual-assault-allegations-violence-accused-predator-myspace-payments-2020-9 

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