Boogie2988 talks about the process and price behind youtube fame.
I came across Francis when I started working in clip shows. His videos read as authentic, are funny and have sharable moments that make them evergreen viral.
He is commenting on the lifestyle of a youtube star that is his or her own producer, marketer, distributor and publicist. A business where feedback and relevance have the memory of a fly and where there is no job security or benefits.
He continues his performance in this oration about the “price of fame” and delivers a meaningful argument. Perhaps it will inspire humanity in the masses. After all, can’t viewers recieve feedback too?