H3H3’s Ethan Klein calls out PewDiePie for using his clip in Better Help video - Dexerto

H3H3’s Ethan Klein calls out PewDiePie for using his clip in Better Help video

Published: 13/Oct/2018 21:13 Updated: 13/Oct/2018 21:22

by Virginia Glaze


YouTube duo Ethan and Hila ‘H3H3’ Klein discussed the controversy around online counseling service Better Help, which is currently undergoing massive scrutiny for its terms of service.

The two were featured in a video by current YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, who used their footage in a compilation of other YouTubers who had promoted the service on videos about mental health.

Ethan felt that the use of his footage in the compilation wrongly suggested that he had advertised the service in his September ‘Update’ video, which did not occur.

“The way it’s cut makes it look like my ‘Update’ video is sponsored by Better Help,” he stated on the H3 Podcast. “…that gives totally the wrong impression. I’ve never talked about Better Help and depression ever.”

Ethan contacted PewDiePie out of concern about this potential misunderstanding, and felt as though Kjellberg were ‘calling him out.’ PewDiePie has since followed up with a comment clarifying the cut underneath his video on the subject.

The clip in question was taken from YouTuber Bobby Burns’ video titled, ‘The Reason YouTubers Have Breakdowns,’ which uses a segment of Hila and Ethan’s ‘Update’ video and features a sponsorship from Better Help.

While Ethan is concerned over the site’s TOS, he disagreed with claims that YouTubers who partner with Better Help are taking advantage of their fans’ mental health, citing the service’s ownership by a publicly traded company and broad advertisement across the internet.

“It’s a perfectly rational decision to think that it’s a good, useful service,” he stated.

While H3H3 had read for the company once before in a previous segment, their ‘Update’ video does not contain any such endorsement.


NELK Boys trolled Khabib and got Dana White drunk ahead of UFC 254

Published: 29/Oct/2020 5:43

by Brad Norton


The NELK Boys were invited to Fight Island in Abu Dhabi ahead of UFC 254 and it didn’t take long before they had trolled Pay Per View headliner Khabib Nurmagomedov along with UFC President Dana White.

The NELK Boys are known for their antics so Dana White was well aware of what he was getting into by inviting them to Fight Island. Abu Dhabi served as host to a huge slate of UFC events throughout the course of September and October, closing out the latest stint with UFC 254.

The October 24 PPV made waves due to undefeated Nurmagomedov’s shock retirement after his 29th consecutive win. However, the NELK Boys made waves in their own way with a brand-new video.

Up to their usual antics, the crew played pranks on each other while mixing it up with UFC fighters. Outside of their shoey with Aussie heavyweight Tai Tuivasa, the NELK Boys trolled The Eagle and even got Dana White drunk.


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In a rare interaction with Khabib prior to what would be his final fight, they pranked him by asking for oddly specific MMA advice. “What is the most important aspect of fighting for any beginner fighter to focus on?” Kyle Forgeard asked.

Before Khabib could even answer, the plot thickened. Forgeard joked that the reason behind his interest in MMA is to fight the BMF Champ Jorge Masvidal after he slept with his girlfriend. “How old are you?” Khabib responded, going along with the joke. 

Realizing that he’s too old to start training, he had another solution in mind. “I think you have to buy [a] dog.” With a dog by his side, that might be Forgeard’s only chance, according to Khabib.

Next on the itinerary was to get the UFC President completely wasted. While they downed a few shots at the very beginning of the day, the real party came later that night. “I’ve got weigh-ins at 11 AM tomorrow,” White joked before taking another shot.

“Our goal is for Dana to not make it to the weigh-ins,” Forgeard said. Ultimately, that didn’t quite come to fruition but it’s clear they got him rather drunk. “We did like eight or 12 [shots] right in a row.”

The weigh-ins went off without a hitch and so too did the PPV event the following day. It was a short-lived trip for the NELK Boys on Fight Island, though it was one that proved all too valuable for some content.

This particular video ended with a teaser of what’s to come for the content creating crew too; it appears as though a call with the United States President is in store, courtesy of Dana White.