J., there’s a nervous bustle inside the Meadowlands Exposition Center, where, just outside, thousands of screaming teenage girls grow restless.
Oakley did not come out on You Tube, so when it’s his turn to speak, he tells the audience he is, in fact, gay, which they all already knew.
The comment triggers a burst of screams that echo through the rafters of the convention hall, a pitchy, warbling sound that will return about every three minutes for the duration of Playlist Live Tri-State, the event that has brought us all here.
They say opposites attract, but Tyler Hagen and Shannon Taylor‘s differences proved to be too much to handle and the You Tube couple decided to break up.
The musical pair met just over a year ago while filming a music video for the 24-year-old’s channel and were inseparable ever since.
After Blanc's visa was revoked — and Victoria police confirmed that he had left the country — Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison explained the government’s position, saying, “This guy wasn’t putting forward political ideas, he was putting forward abuse that was derogatory to women and that’s just something, those are values abhorred in this country.”But it seems like Australia's not alone, as the backlash against Blanc has spread and petitions have cropped up to bar him from teaching seminars in the Japan, Canada, the U. (For Blanc’s services, a course runs from $197 for 23 instructional videos to $497 for the videos and a ticket to a live event.) But while PUAs have always been controversial for their often sexist attitudes and demeaning views of human nature, Blanc seems to take the whole notion of to an entirely different level.
His now locked Twitter account includes statements like, "Dear girls, could you please save me the effort and roofie your own drink?
Tyler, who many people blamed for the breakup, decided he’ll be stepping back from social media and will only be posting music videos on You Tube from now on. I decided to let you know, I will no longer be active on social media,” he wrote on Instagram.
“I will still post to You Tube and that is only for you and myself. I have decided, with the events currently going on in our country and in our world, the most important thing for me right now is building my relationship with Jesus Christ.
They swarm the main stage where, in a half hour, a panel will convene under the theme “I Came Out on You Tube.” On that panel, Tyler Oakley, a veritable supernova in a jar, sits cross-legged on the sofa, guru-like.