SoFloComedy channel by SoFloAntonio taken offline

Late last year, Tube Chum reported on news that SoFloAntonio had asked Lewis Spears, h3h3Productions and Marcus Dibble to remove content featuring himself, warning of serious consequences if they failed to do so.

[pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]”All videos on my channels are licensed and taking my channels down doesn’t affect me at all”[/pullquote]

Speaking in a Skype call to Lewis Spears (which Lewis recorded in full), SoFloAntonio said: “The people I’m working with don’t want the video up. They don’t want any of the videos up. They don’t want any affiliation”.

YouTuber Lewis Spears retaliated to the move by uploading a video discussing the situation, saying: “SoFlo has built his career off of stealing content from other people. He has multiple YouTube accounts and Facebook pages with literally millions of fans, all built on content he did not create”.

For now, SoFloAntonio’s controversial YouTube channel remains offline. We’ll be keeping an eye on SoFloComedy to see if there’s any changes in the near future.

What do you make of the situation? Let us know your thoughts by tweeting us at @TubeChum.

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