“It’s like Jake Paul and Logan Paul,” Cordero said.
YouTuber NessGod released a seven minute exposé on the purported mastermind, detailing his journey from obscurity to infamy. Apparently, Jason, under the pseudonym “Rycie,” used to create rap videos and diss tracks, but the lyrics left something to be desired.
Perhaps knowing his limits, Jason deleted his videos, and his channel went dark. Out of the ashes, however, rose his new project. With his coaching and her acting, the duo achieved the fame Jason couldn’t attain on his own through their creation: Lil Tay.
this lil tay situation is so unsettling … it’s been revealed that her mum is behind this right? That’s so sick. She’s literally just a 9 year old child and she’s been coached into acting like this … I can’t help but feel so worried abt the impact these wld have on her
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