Social media users may recognize Sam Pepper, but not for the right reasons.
YouTube is unquestionably a modern marvel.
Everyone can publish videos on the internet if they have a camera and an internet connection.
It has spawned a slew of online personalities, from gamers to vloggers, and much more.
However, allowing anyone to publish videos online may lead to some controversy if the content goes too far.
Sam Pepper, a well-known YouTuber who became himself in a few fights and eventually became an outcast on the site, was one of the most controversial figures.
In the meantime, Sam Pepper has relaunched himself on the video-sharing platform TikTok, where he has amassed millions of fans.
We have a deleted 2014 video of @LoganPaul lassoing women in the street and not letting some go until they kiss him.
— MeTube (@MeTubeDoc) June 5, 2021
Who Is Sam Pepper?
30-year-old former YouTuber and social media star Sam Pepper is here.
In the early 2010s, he became a YouTube sensation when he began releasing vlogs, challenges, and prank videos.
At the time of this writing, Pepper has more than 2.2 million subscribers and more than 55 million views on his YouTube channel.
His Youtube Career:
That same instantaneousness with which Sam Pepper became an overnight sensation on YouTube has also led to his removal from the platform, which has seen him fall from grace over the past few years.
In September 2014, Pepper was accused of sexual harassment for a film titled ‘Fake Hand Ass Touch Prank,’ which saw him stop girls on the street, ask them for directions, and then secretly pinch their buttocks when they walked by him.
As a follow-up to that, in November 2015, Pepper posted another video called ‘Killing Best Friend Prank,’ in which he kidnapped his friends Sam Golbach and Colby Brock and pretended to kill Brock in front of Golbach while wearing a mask.
As a result of the extremely harsh reactions to both films, Pepper’s reputation has been ruined.
New Beginnings On Tiktok:
Pepper continued to contribute videos to YouTube after the issues, but in 2018 he uploaded his final video to the site, instead opting to focus on the emerging social media platform TikTok.
Pepper has re-established his online following, and at the time of this writing, he has 2.1 million followers on TikTok, which is just shy of his YouTube following.
Pepper uploads a wide variety of content on TikTok, although he usually focuses on short comedic videos.