YouTube veteran Jenna Marbles announced that she is about to leave the social media platform.
The announcement was released on Thursday as an 11-minute video, with Marbles (real name Mourey) apologizing for the various videos she has produced in the past.
“I did my best to grow and become a better person. First of all, I hope everyone knows that I have always been a two-way street, and whenever you criticize me and tell me, you want me to do better, Or do something different, and I always try to do it. I try to create interesting content, inclusive content, something that does not offend or frustrate people, this is where I am,” 33 years old Mourey said.
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The Internet figure emphasized that she “literally does not mean to spread negative things to the world.”
In the video, Mourey browsed some of the videos she created and posted in the past to apologize for this.
Among the videos she talks about is a video with the impression of Nicki Minaj and a black face.
Mourey insisted that this was not her “intention to make a black face”.
She said: “I really want to tell you that if I ever posted this video or left such an impression and offended me, I would be very sorry.” “That was never my intention. This is not okay. This is shameful That’s terrible. I hope that’s not part of my past.”
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Next, Mourey played a clip of a video called “Bounce That D–k”, in which she wore a straw hat and fake mustache in the style of the fictional character Fu Manchu.
“Hey, Ching Chong Wing Wong, shake your King Kong Jingle Bell,” Mourey rap while wearing costumes in the 2011 video. “I’m sorry, it’s a racist. I’m not good at singing songs.”
She called the video “bad” and “incomprehensible” and said it “does not need to exist”.
Again, Mourey (Mourey) apologized for offending the audience “so, now, whenever”.
Next, she said in a video: “Encountered an incredible slut-like shame”, in which she cried out to the woman who was “asleep.”
Mourey announced: “For now, I no longer exist on this channel.” “Hopefully I have taken all measures to make someone unhappy, and I hope you know that is not my intention. That is not what I intend to do The thing-hurt anyone’s feelings and make anyone feel sad.”
She continued: “I think I will move on from this channel now. I don’t know if that will last forever, I don’t know how long it will last, I just want to make sure that everything I put into the world does not hurt anyone.”
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Mourey has been the main character on YouTube for ten years. Her fist video was released 10 years ago and has received more than 2 million views by the time it was released. Her apology video has greatly exceeded 1 million views.