Trisha Paytas recently took to TikTok as she bragged about never getting cancelled through her statements that did not go down well with anyone. The YouTuber and internet personality came into the light in the early 2000s and is considered a YouTube veteran.
But her numerous controversies over the years have only made people dislike her. The influencer took to TikTok on Monday morning and posted a 10-second video. She was telling her fans that she was still here despite people trying to cancel her many times.
Trisha told her fans enthusiastically that she wasn’t a subscription to Teen Vogue that could be cancelled any time. She added,
“You know being canceled isn’t real, right? I’m not your subscription to Teen Vogue [after] you just turned 20. I’m still here!”Trisha
However, this did not go down well with fans as people called her out for trying to cancel other influencers like David Dobrik, Jeffree Star, and Shane Dawson. Trisha has faced numerous controversies like her cultural appropriation, alleged abuse towards her fiance, and her unfair judgement when it comes to conflict with H3H3’s Ethan Klein.
Her fans have time and again tried to correct her behaviour. However, many of her fans gradually learnt to accept her faults. But despite that people are not happy to hear her dive into cultural appropriation.
For context, ever since she announced her marriage to Ethan’s brother-in-law, Moses Hacmon, the influencer has been trying to immerse herself in Jewish culture. But sometimes, it goes over the line and even Ethan warned her of her mistakes. Despite the efforts of fans and former co-host, Trisha continued to get involved and participate in all forms of Jewish cultural appropriation. This was not appreciated even a bit.
Not only that, but she also had her “band” SadBoy2005 copy the popular band, My Chemical Romance. This put her under fire but she claimed it was a homage or tribute. Trisha Paytas has been on the internet for over a decade, but she has yet to be cancelled by her loyal fans who have remained over the years. What do you think about cancel culture and Trisha Paytas’ recent controversy?