YouTube star Jordan Cheyenne apologizes for fake crying video
It’s a common theory that some YouTube personalities exaggerate or outright lie about emotional events in their lives, all in an effort to create compelling videos, and one of these personalities was just caught red-handed. .
A California-based YouTuber, Jordan cheyenne, accidentally shared a video to her half a million subscribers where she appeared to be training her son to cry on camera.
The 30-year-old posted a video titled “We’re Heartbroken”, in which she spoke about her dog being diagnosed with a fatal illness.
In the video, the lifestyle influencer can be seen helping her son Christian poses for the video thumbnail.
âCome closer,â she tells him as they sit in a car. âPut your head here. “
She then pulls him towards him and rests her head on his shoulder, and asks him to “pretend you are crying”.
“I’m crying!” his son said to him.
She then makes a face and asks her son, âGo on like this for the video,â adding, âLet them see your mouth. “
After facing tons of backlash online, Jordan Cheyenne shared a series of Instagram stories apologizing for the incident.