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Trisha Paytas tells Logan Paul why she hates “disgusting” PewDiePie

Published: 17/Sep/2019 9:55 Updated: 23/Apr/2020 16:22

by Matt Porter

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Trisha Paytas has taken aim at fellow YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, labeling him “irrelevant” and “disgusting”, during an appearance on Logan Paul’s Impaulsive podcast.

Trisha Paytas is a long-time content creator on YouTube, uploading to the platform since 2007, and the 31-year-old has amassed a cult following thanks to her music career, and her incredibly candid videos in which she discusses her relationships, and more.

The American’s honesty has created tension with other YouTubers in the past, including PewDiePie, who uploaded a video back in May criticizing her after she invited YouTuber Nikocado Avocado to Los Angeles to collaborate, and then allegedly “ghosted” him when he arrived.

Instagram: trishapaytasPaytas is currently touring the U.S. as part of her music career.

Paytas has not forgiven the Swede for making the video, in which he labeled her behavior as “gross,” and when Logan Paul asked for her opinions on the 29-year-old, she quickly fired back at him and his channel.

“Ew. F**k him and his declining views,” she said as an image of the YouTuber appeared. “Everyone’s like ‘Wow, he’s the most subscribed,’ you get a f**king million views on YouTube, like what the f**k.”

“He did a video about me. I’m like the most irrelevant person. This is where your content is coming (from) where you’re doing a video about me ghosting someone? PewDiePie, f**k all the way off. You’re disgusting, your humor sucks, and you should stick to playing video games. F**k PewDiePie, I hate him.”

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Logan and co-hosts Spencer Taylor and Mike Majlak were stunned by the outburst, staring at the camera with expressions of shock, moving quickly on to her opinion of Jake Paul.

“F**k him too!” she stated. “He can’t back up his sh*t because he’s like: ‘Trisha calling out David, people did that me when they left Team 10.’ No, I called out David for talking about me in a f**king video, you didn’t talk about any of your Team 10 members. Something completely different, he didn’t know what the f**k he was talking about.”

PewDiePie isn’t the only YouTuber Paytas has had a public spat with, as she is involved in a war of words with David Dobrik and the Vlog Squad, claiming back in August that Dobrik had “ruined” her life in the aftermath of her breakup with Jason Nash.

The Swede has yet to respond to Trisha Paytas’ damning words, refraining from mentioning her on his social media channels or in any videos.

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TikTok is letting some users experiment with 3-minute long videos

Published: 3/Dec/2020 0:48 Updated: 3/Dec/2020 1:11

by Tanner Pierce

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Some TikTok users are reporting that they have been given the ability to upload three-minute long videos to the platform. Previously, users were able to upload videos with a 60-second maximum, meaning the new update will triple the length of time clips can be.

Currently, TikTok only allows for 60-second videos which, while that might not exactly be considered “short”, allows user to very quickly browse through them without much searching.

While previous rumor and speculation have indicated that fans are able to upload content outside of that 60-second restriction if they upload a video from their camera roll, many creators have had to live with minute-long videos for quite some time now. Fast forward to December 2020, and that might be changing soon.

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Some TikTok content creators have been told that they are now allowed to upload 3-minute long videos.

As originally noticed by Social Media Commentator Matt Navarra and originally reported by The Verge, TikTok has started issuing notices to certain creators that they are now able to upload three-minute long videos to the platform, triple the previous amount of time.

Currently, it’s unknown how widely available the feature is. According to the notice, creators who have been given this feature are told they have gotten “early access”, so it’s possible and incredibly likely that only a very few, select amount of people have the ability to create three-minute long videos and that it’ll remain like that for a while.

Unfortunately, beyond this, there’s no other information available about the feature. There’s also no timetable as to when it will be available to all content creators or if it ever will become available to others. It also has yet to even be officially acknowledged by the company in any capacity, with no notice posted to their Twitter account or website, so it may come down to the fact that they want to see how it does before they even talk about it.

All in all, it’ll be interesting to see what happens with this feature in the future. Given the fact that 60-seconds is a relatively short amount of time, it makes sense to have longer videos on the platform. Still, it remains to be seen how the company will handle it in the future.