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Here’s why the ACE Family are taking a break from YouTube

Published: 29/Jan/2019 17:08 Updated: 29/Jan/2019 17:19

by David Purcell

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The ACE Family has announced that they will be taking a break from creating videos for their popular YouTube channel in order to improve their content in the future. 

Austin McBroom and Catherine Paiz made the announcement during a video posted to YouTube on January 28, explaining to fans the reasons behind their decision. 

While the news might sadden some fans of the ACE Family, the pair also revealed an exciting new project that they can look forward to. 

The ACE Family has over 15 million subscribers on YouTube, at the time of writing.

“We will be taking a break from YouTube” Catherine Paiz revealed, with a smile on her face. “A lot of the time when you guys watch television, for instance, there are seasons. People film for a season and then they’ll take a break.” 

The ACE Family haven’t took a break from creating content since their house was broken into back in August of last year, and will be using the time to focus on making their output better in the future. There is no set date for their return as of yet. 

“With that being said, during our break – which is why we said it wouldn’t really be a break – we’ll be focusing on our app and our merch” Austin McBroom added. 

They also revealed that they would be releasing a documentary, which has been kept under wraps for quite some time. 

For those wondering as to why they’ve been tweeting about February 23rd for quite some time, they revealed that it will be the release date of their upcoming docuseries. A trailer is set to land on their YouTube channel for that sometime in the near future. 

“The reason why we filmed the ACE Family documentary to begin with is to show you guys what really goes on behind the camera” McBroom said. 

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KSI starts hilarious “beef” with Minecraft star TommyInnit

Published: 24/Feb/2021 20:13

by Virginia Glaze

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YouTube star-turned-boxer KSI has struck up yet another humorous “feud” with the uber-popular Minecraft influencer TommyInnit — leading to a completely hilarious and unexpected response from the gamer.

When it comes to fandom feuds, most bystanders know better than to get involved… but when content creators themselves declare war against each other, it’s almost impossible for viewers to not take an interest.

This time around, British rapper and influencer KSI has taken some shots at TommyInnit — all for the jokes, of course. While the two have “duked it out” on social media before (all for the lulz), this time, a slew of other high-profile names are getting involved in a chuckle-worthy social media showdown.

On February 24, KSI stirred the pot with a tweet that caught the attention of Minecraft fans all over the app: “Sidemen fanbase > Minecraft fanbase.”

A short while later, the commotion caught the attention of none other than MrBeast, who replied: “Anyone else waiting with popcorn for TommyInnit to reply?”

It wasn’t long before the British Minecraft star chimed in on the situation with a series of responses that left the internet in stitches.

“Mr Beast,” he began “I don’t do drama Mr Beast. I just tell people who are wrong why they’re wrong, and why they’re f***ing stupid. KSI is almost always wrong. He’s never been right. He just sits there dissing people in his ivory tower, meanwhile I’m sat here on Reddit studying algorithm. F*** him.”

However, it was Tommy’s next response that took the joke even further, with the YouTuber poking fun at his own viewers: “Tommy fanbase is a bunch of 12 year old girls who fangirl over him. Same for Carl and Dream, and Sidemen fanbase who can handle jokes.”

The Minecrafter then jokingly asked his fans to ratio KSI’s Tweet — a request that fellow Minecraft personality Quackity graciously agreed to, writing: “I just think it’s funny when old people get less likes. Signal boosted.”

While this is far from the first time KSI has effectively “stirred the pot” with the Minecraft fandom, their “feud” is no more than playful banter and humorous jokes — which are currently giving their respective fanbases a hilarious interaction that has some calling for a diss track.