- A popular Thai YouTuber has fled abroad after scamming thousands of investors out of two billion baht (approximately $55 million).
- The woman, who claimed to be a successful forex trader, defrauded over 6,000 people and has allegedly run away to Malaysia.
- On Aug. 24, 30 people filed a complaint against the YouTuber.
- The YouTuber, who runs a channel called Nutty’s Diary which has over 800,000 subscribers, last posted around five months ago.
A popular Thai YouTuber who claimed to be a successful forex trader has reportedly left the country after it was discovered that she allegedly defrauded over 6,000 victims out of two billion baht (approximately $55 million).
Natthamon Khongchak, known as Nutty’s Diary on YouTube with a channel boasting over 800,000 subscribers, allegedly fled abroad to Malaysia. Claiming to be a successful forex trader, Natthamon used her platform to lure victims into investing money with the promise of high returns in short periods of time.
- A YouTuber in South Korea is being hailed as a hero for catching men who illegally film women in public spaces.
- When the YouTuber spots these men, he grabs them before calling the police, ignoring the men’s pleas for him to stop.
- In some cases, the YouTuber has instructed police on where to find hidden evidence on the suspect’s phones.
- The YouTuber, who hopes to educate viewers on the extent of the country’s spycam epidemic, has set a goal to catch 100 illegal spycam perpetrators and turn them in to the police.
To battle South Korea’s spy cam epidemic, one YouTuber takes matters into his own hands by catching men who film women illegally.
Once the YouTuber, who runs a channel called “Jail Leader – A Channel for Educating Spy Cam Criminals,” spots a man taking illegal photos and videos of women in public spaces, he chases them down and stays with them until the authorities arrive.
- Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is returning to the ring for the first time since his retirement to fight South Korean YouTuber DK Yoo in an exhibition match.
- DK Yoo, who gained popularity as a sports and fitness instructor, first revealed that he is fighting Pacquiao via a YouTube video posted on June 21.
- Billed as “Pacman VS DK Yoo,” the exhibition match will be held in South Korea on Dec. 10.
Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is coming out of retirement to fight South Korean YouTuber DK Yoo in an exhibition match this December.
Officially announced on Thursday, the bout marks the eight-division world champion’s first appearance in the ring since he retired from boxing in September last year.
- Former Korean Navy SEAL lieutenant-turned-YouTuber Ken Rhee, 37, has reportedly been promoted to a leadership position in the Ukrainian military.
- On Monday, Anton Gerashchenko, the official advisor for the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, posted on his Twitter that Rhee was being placed in a “leadership position” given his “special operations experience.”
- The new rank would give the former Navy SEAL “a lot of leeway in planning missions against [Russian] forces,” added the official.
- In an interview on Saturday, Rhee also shared that he had been injured while fighting Russian forces in Irpin, Ukraine, and was currently hospitalized.
- Korean law forbids its citizens from traveling to Ukraine, and violators of the law, including Rhee, risk prison time and a potential fine of 10 million won ($7,913).
Former Korean Navy SEAL lieutenant-turned-YouTuber Rhee Ken, 37, has reportedly been promoted to a leadership position in the Ukrainian military.
On Monday, Anton Gerashchenko, the official advisor for and former deputy minister at the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, posted on his Twitter that Rhee, a volunteer fighter for the International Legion, was being placed in a “leadership position” given his “special operations experience.”
- YouTuber PewDiePie, Felix Kjellberg in real life, has realized his dream of relocating to Japan with his wife Marzia and their pet dogs.
- The popular Swedish YouTuber documented their journey from London to Japan in his latest video titled, “It finally happened!”
- The couple rented a private jet so they could travel with the dogs, whose breathing issues prevent them from traveling through cargo.
- Kjellberg, who has often talked about purchasing a house in Japan back in 2019, thanked his followers for supporting their journey.
Felix Kjellberg, popularly known as PewDiePie on YouTube, has moved to Japan with his wife Marzia and their pet dogs.
The Swedish gaming streamer, who has over 111 million subscribers on YouTube, documented their journey from London to Japan in his latest video upload published on May 10.
- The University of Southern California has sued YouTubers Ernest Kanevsky and Yuguo Bai, neither of them USC students, accusing them of barging into classrooms during live lectures and creating disturbances for YouTube videos.
- Their most recent “prank” was conducted last month, which resulted in them getting detained by the university’s public safety department.
- On Friday, a local court granted USC’s request for a temporary restraining order against Kanevsky and Bai to prevent them from entering the campus. The university also sought damages for attorney fees and other costs.
- Kanevsky, who goes by Eric Kanevsky on his YouTube channel, has apparently deleted videos filmed at USC but kept prank videos staged at other college campuses.
The University of Southern California filed a lawsuit last week against two YouTubers for reportedly staging pranks on the school’s Los Angeles campus.
Ernest Kanevsky and Yuguo Bai, neither of them USC students, were accused of disrupting classes and uploading the videos of the disruptions on YouTube.
Logan Paul admits his apology for video showing human remains at Japan’s suicide forest was ‘half-ass’
- American YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul has admitted he gave a “half-assed” apology days after receiving backlash against his infamous “suicide forest” vlog in December 2017.
- “You know character shifts are gradual and they don’t happen overnight. That’s why you see these creators or anyone who makes a colossal mistake and myself included with a half-*ssed apology,” Paul, 26, said.
- Paul drew widespread criticism online for showing a dead body while filming a vlog during his Japan trip in late December 2017. He posted a video and a written apology days afterward.
American YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul has admitted to giving a “half-ass” apology after receiving backlash for showing a dead body he and his team encountered at Japan’s suicide forest.
Speaking to Ariel Helwani of “The MMA Hour,” Paul, 26, revealed details about life after he posted his “half-assed” apology online, saying Japan was the “biggest blessing” of his life in hindsight.
- Handy Geng, an inventor and YouTuber, created the world’s largest power bank with a capacity equaling approximately 900 power banks.
- The mega power bank contains a 27,000,000-mAh battery and includes up to 60 charging ports.
- A video showing how he made the power bank has garnered over 387,000 views since being uploaded on Jan. 29.
Chinese inventor and YouTuber Handy Geng created the world’s largest power bank with the capacity to charge 5,000 phones.
Geng uploaded a video documenting how he made a 27,000,000-mAh portable charger to his official YouTube channel on Jan. 29.
Settling down: Ms. Yeah, known as Zhou Xiao Hui in real life, took to social media last week to share the news about her wedding.
YouTuber who turned down role in secret project regrets it after learning scene was for ‘Squid Game’
A YouTuber living in South Korea recently revealed that she declined an opportunity to appear in the hit Korean series “Squid Game” because of underwear and nipple covers.
In July 2020, a Los Angeles-based film producer stood outside a Walmart in Harrison, Ark., with a Black Lives Matter sign. Just moments later, he was on the receiving end of hateful remarks ranging from jeers about his actions to explicit declarations of white supremacy.
Rob Bliss, who is white, had wanted to see for himself whether the word about Harrison was true: that it is the “most racist town in America.”
Raina Huang, a YouTuber famous for traveling across the country and taking on food challenges, was kicked out of a restaurant in Aurora, Colo., after she was accused of being a scammer.
What happened: Huang went to StevO’s Pizza n Ribs on Sunday to do the OMG 28” pizza challenge, where contestants must finish the pizza in one hour without breaks for $100, according to Denver7.