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Entertainment • Aug 31, 2018

FouseyTube Has Kept His Promise to KEEMSTAR and Deleted His YouTube Channel

FouseyTube Has Kept His Promise to KEEMSTAR and Deleted His YouTube Channel

It appears FouseyTube has lived up to the promise he made in KEEMSTAR’s July 15th documentary by deleting all the videos on his YouTube channel, along with his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

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During the sitdown interview with Keem, Yousef Saleh Eraka, better known as FouseyTube, made the claim that he would appear on stage at a J. Cole concert, and would give a speech to the crowd.

Fousey went on to state that if he didn’t appear on stage with J. Cole, it would be the last time people saw him online, stating;

If am not on that stage and he's by my side, and I have my dog 'dollar' - because my dog dollar passed away this week last year, so I'm doing this for him to fulfil the dream I promised him - If I am not on that stage, I promise you, to walk away from YouTube, my whole acting career, me doing what I want to do in life. I'll live in isolation, and no one will hear from me ever again."

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While Fousey was in attendance at the J.Cole show, he never actually appeared on stage. He did upload a video after the event titled “How I met J. Cole”, but the actual contents of the video referred to Fousey meeting the rapper at a radio show years earlier.

It seems now, however, that Fousey has lived up to his promise. On Friday, August 31, all of the videos on his YouTube channel have been removed, and his Twitter is no longer available. Fousey’s Instagram is still up, but all his posts have been deleted.

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Fousey’s decision to fulfil his promise comes on the back of KEEMSTAR calling the YouTuber out on Twitter, claiming he had been “lying to the youth”. Fousey previously claimed that Drake would be appearing at an event Eraka was hosting called ‘Hate Dies, Love Arrives’, but of course, the OVO star never appeared.

While it’s unclear if Fousey’s self imposed absence will be permanent or not, it will certainly be interesting to see how KEEMSTAR reacts to the news.

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