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Entertainment • May 04, 2019

Controversial YouTuber Prank Invasion under fire for kissing mom prank

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Controversial YouTuber Prank Invasion under fire for kissing mom prank
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Popular YouTuber Prank Invasion is creating more controversy as he uploaded a new video in which he kissed his mother - only months after receiving backlash for kissing his sister in another video.

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Prank Invasion made a lot of headlines when a video of him kissing his sister quickly went viral, as many people criticized what was a bizarre and cringeworthy watch.

Not to be outdone by himself, he has now uploaded a video of him kissing his mother, in another video that has quickly stirred up some controversy.

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Prank Invasion goes too far... again

At the beginning of his new video, Prank Invasion shows all the headlines talking about his previous viral video and mentions how he was able to 'take over' the internet with it.

It looks like he enjoyed being in the spotlight, and so decided to take things up a notch and move on from his sister to his mother.

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Thankfully, the kiss is not as intense as the one shared with his sister. Near the end of the video, around the 5-minute mark, he leans in and gives his mother a quick peck on the lips after playing a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to determine whether the two would actually kiss.

YouTuber and DramaAlert host Daniel 'KEEMSTAR' Keem brought attention to the video by tweeting out the part where Prank Invasion kisses his mom, highlighting that he clearly isn't bothered by previous backlash.

With over 2,400 dislikes at the time of publishing, it's clear that this new video had a similar reaction. Some of the comments joke that the next video could be "Mom blew me by accident", or it will be him kissing his grandmother.

If Prank Invasion's plan was to draw more attention to himself with this latest stunt, it's certainly working.

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