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NELK Boys reveal “creepy” behavior that made them fire editor 905 Shooter

by Matt Porter
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Popular YouTubers NELK Boys have explained the alleged reason why they were forced to fire member Jason ‘905 Shooter’ Pagaduan after three years with their Full Send company, claiming he was sending inappropriate messages to girls, and being generally “lazy” behind the scenes.

The NELK Boys are well known for their crazy YouTube channel, full of outrageous pranks and insane production values, using their “Full Send” motto as the motivator for their lifestyle and their drive to create high-quality content on the channel.

It seems not everybody shared that feeling though, with members Kyle Forgeard and SteveWillDoIt appearing on Bob Menery’s Ripper Magoos podcast to state that laziness and poor behavior lead to the dismissal of 905 Shooter from the group.

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905 Shooter (left) is no longer part of the NELK Boys.

When asked about the exit, which took place on October 15, Forgeard and SteveWillDoIt claimed that the former cameraman-turned-personality was lazy behind the scenes, and also alleged that he had been sending inappropriate messages and videos to women.

“He didn’t do any work behind the camera at all,” Foregeard stated. “He was our cameraman, but he wasn’t doing any work behind the camera. People just assumed. He was very lazy. He would huff and puff when you asked him to edit, taking midday naps. For someone to be lazy and not believe in it, it’s not fair.”

“The main reason is there’s a lot of s**t with girls. When I brought him on three years ago, there were a lot of creepy messages he was sending to girls. We got a video in our direct messages of 905 sending unwanted, repetitive, unsolicited videos.”

SteveWillDoIt also shared a story from their trip to Ibiza, which saw a fan hospitalized, explaining that 905 Shooter refused to acknowledge the members of their audience who had been invited along on the trip, saying he “didn’t understand the responsibility.”

Pagaduan has yet to publicly address his exit from the NELK Boys and Full Send but has removed all of the company's branding from his Twitter and Instagram accounts.