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Mcintyre alleged Ballinger began a friendship with him when he was 13 years old in 2016.
The video , uploaded Tuesday to her secondary channel Colleen Vlogs which has 3. One of those items was a matching bra and panty set. In her video, Ballinger claims she forgot to send the set, prompting a followup tweet from Mcintyre asking where it was. But in this situation, context is everything. I should have realized and recognized how dumb that was and never sent it to him no matter how much he asked. But it was never a sneaky, creepy, gross thing that I was doing in secret. He says that throughout and , he offered tweet suggestions for her signature Miranda Sings persona. I always thought that was really, really sweet, but most of the time I did not engage in those conversations, until recently. But if things go well we can talk about me hiring you part time for an hourly rate. Ballinger also uses the video to address years-old racist and fatphobic uploads of hers that have recently resurfaced.
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Ballinger created the comically talentless, egotistical and eccentric character to satirize the many YouTube videos featuring people singing badly in hopes of breaking into show business, but who appear unaware of their lack of talent. In her videos and stage act, the narcissistic character sings and dances badly, discusses current events that she misunderstands, gives inept "tutorials", collaborates with other YouTubers, and rants about her critics, whom she calls the "haters". Ballinger conceived, produced, co-wrote, and starred as Miranda in, the Netflix series Haters Back Off —17 , which explored Miranda's origins and family life. She also starred as Miranda in a Netflix comedy special in and continues to tour as the character. Ballinger also features comedy and lifestyle videos on her personal YouTube channel and a vlog channel, Colleen Vlogs.
Subscriber Account active since. In an explosive YouTube video, a year-old boy living in Ireland alleged he ghost-wrote content for Colleen Ballinger's satirical "Miranda Sings" character from December to March Adam Mcintyre alleged in the April 28 video that he was never paid for his work, which included video ideas and social media content.