Sam Pepper says ‘sorry’ in revealing video

Sam continues by admitting to faking his ‘whole online persona’, adding that decisions to upload certain videos in the past have damaged his reputation beyond repair.

Moving towards the sensitive issue of the legal rumours of last year, Sam says: “Half the reason why I haven’t talked to you [about the rape allegations] is because it took me four months to talk to my girlfriend about this. Just because of a stupid video I made, people have come out and said complete bullsh*t about me. Of course I’m not a rapist. I wouldn’t be here today if I was.”

[pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]”Of course I’m not a rapist. I wouldn’t be here today if I was.”[/pullquote]

Following the release of Sam’s “Bum Pinch” prank, countless members of the YouTube community including fellow uploaders demanded Sam remove the upload and take a step back from video-making. Despite the reaction, Sam went on to produce the controversial “Murder Prank” at the end of last year.

On the subject of the Murder Prank, Sam has admitted to faking the entire thing. All of the personalities featured in the upload knew what was going on throughout the entire duration of the clip. The Brit has said that he wanted to make a viral video and knew a shocking video would get people talking.

Despite the thousands of negative comments left on Sam Pepper’s Murder Prank video, it was decided that the clip didn’t actually break any of YouTube’s terms or conditionsdespite audience members thinking otherwise.

Sam Pepper

Image: Gage Skidmore

Ultimately, Sam Pepper’s latest video serves as an apology to the YouTube community for a history of faking prank videos again and again.

Whether or not the same community that Sam has lied to will forgive him remains to be seen. We’ll be keeping a close eye on Sam’s social media activity over the coming months, and we’re pretty confident you’ll be doing the same too.

What do you make of Sam Pepper’s apology? Let us know your thoughts by tweeting us at @TubeChum.

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