YouTube personality and all around terrible person Boogie2988 admitted he plans to cheat on his taxes. He shared this on a Twitch stream. He plans on buying boxes of Magic: The Gathering cards and then selling those cards at a substantial loss. At least that’s what the paperwork will show.
Steven Williams, the man you plays Boogie2988 on the Internet, did something on Twitch that exposed him as the person he really is. Contrary to what a lot of people think, Boogie is not the rotund Mister Rogers of YouTube. He is a mean, self-centered, manipulative person who would rather lie than tell the truth. Boogie2988 was
MundaneMatt’s subscriber count has declined steadily since word got out he was using YouTube’s flagging system to get revenge towards other YouTube creators. These creators dared to criticized his channel’s content. To do something like that is a serious thing to YouTubers. It’s called false flagging. If you false flag a channel and its read by the
(Note: make sure to read the update located at the end of this post.) YouTube personality MundaneMatt (government name Matt Jarbo) is in hot water with other YouTube personalities for committing one of the greatest crimes a YouTube personality can commit: flagging videos critical of him as falsely containing inappropriate content. Personally, I don’t see how this
With Jeremy Hambly in the news because of his assault at the hands of Matt Loter the early morning of August 2, 2018, hours before the start of Gen Con, I thought it would be a good idea to check why Wizards of the Coast (WotC), the maker of Magic The Gathering, banned him for
I’m calling it. As of 9:44 pm eastern daylight time, Jeremy Hambly getting attacked by Matt Loter at Gen Con is now officially a five-alarm dumpster fire. Little by little, the story of him getting punched to the back of the head because of his “political beliefs” has become more and more absurd. Last night