Sam Pepper has apparently quit YouTube today, removing all previous videos from his channel and telling fans ‘I give up’ on his Twitter page.
The British entertainer’s YouTube channel currently has over 2 million subscribers, but the controversial figure has left his fans in the dark after making all of his videos private and removing all of his tweets.
On his Twitter account there is now only one tweet remaining, which Pepper sent out today. It simple reads: “I give up.”
i give up
— Sam Pepper (@sampepper) February 21, 2016
This isn’t the first time that Sam Pepper has grabbed headlines in recent months, either. The YouTube prankster has angered viewers from across the internet with his controversial social experiments.
Back in November, Sam Pepper released a video titled ‘Killing Best Friend Prank‘, which many viewers found distressing. As a result of the video’s dark theme, the clip received thousands of dislikes.
Sam Pepper’s most controversial YouTube video ever came in late 2014 when he released the ”bum pinching prank’, which many members of the YouTube community felt was an example of harassment and highly inappropriate.
Many popular YouTubers reacted angrily to the video on Twitter but Sam fought through the controversy, arguing that the ‘victims’ of the prank were in on it all along.
Will you miss Sam pepper’s videos? Let us know by tweeting us at @TubeChum.
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