Jesus died for our selfies
Jillian Haker’s brother presumably rang in 2015 by discovering he was the butt of a year-long joke.
All throughout 2014, Ms. Haker pranked her brother by asking him to pose for selfies with her, but instead recording video. He fell for it every time.
Ms. Haker compiled the videos and, on Dec. 31, posted them on YouTube in a hilarious video called “Snap Chat Attack!” In just two days, it’s garnered more than 1.3 million views.
Today marks nine years of YouTube fun.
The site, which gains 100 hours of video every minute, has grown into a media giant since its 2007 launch. Today, YouTube has more than one billion unique users in 61 countries.
For your reminiscing pleasure, Betabeat has compiled a list of some of the most popular viral Read More
Last week 22-year-old Ohio resident Matthew Cordle confessed in a stunning YouTube video to killing 62-year-old veteran and photographer Vincent Canzani in a booze-fueled car accident back in June. Now, The Columbus Dispatch reports that a grand jury has officially indicted Mr. Cordle for aggravated vehicular homicide, a second-degree felony.
Psy’s “Gangnam Style” is a cultural phenomenon. Having already nabbed the most viewed spot on YouTube, today the video hit 1 billion views [insert your cliched Mayan apocalypse joke here].
It starts with a young blonde boy, who looks to be in his early teens, his face covered in dirt and bruises, bent over on his knees kissing the pink sandals of a teen girl. The video, which was filmed in Novomoskovsk–a city in western Russia–and depicts three teens violently bullying and abusing one of their peers, has gone viral on the Russian Internet.