Jenna Marbles – one of the original YouTube vloggers with more than 3 billion views – apologized for the past content and announced that he would be leaving his channel.
Jenna posted an 11-minute video to her more than 20 million subscribers on her YouTube channel and tearfully apologized for the content that included the impersonation. Nicki Minaj on a black face, rapping a racist song and embarrassing the foxes.
One of the hot topics Jenna talked about is the number of videos that have changed to private over the years. Jenna said, “I get it. We are at a time when we are purging ourselves of everything and everything toxic … I’ve definitely done things in the past that weren’t great. I’m not completely troublesome. I’ve done everything I can to grow up “.
More specifically … Jenna apologized for a 2011 video she posted showing a black face. She said she never intended to do blackface and admits it was wrong after listening to people who found her parody offensive. She says she learned from it and never repeated it.
Jenna said “I’m so sorry … I wish it wasn’t part of my past.” As for the racist rap song and the embarrassing bitch, Jenna said, “You don’t have to exist. I should never have said that. I’m ashamed to have done that, period.”
She says, “I just can’t exist on this channel right now,” and added … “I want to take responsibility, and it’s painful to do so. I’m embarrassed by the things I’ve done and said in my past. But, it’s important.”
Jenna has posted thousands of hours of content on her decade-long career … including fun videos of drunk makeup tutorials. She is literally one of the first social media celebrities … and became the first social media star with a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in New York.