YouTuber Joe Tasker chats mental health as he says James Charles ‘didn’t deserve’ treatment after scandal

Joe Tasker and James Charles
Joe spread out about cancel tradition (Picture: Instagram/@taskerjoe)

YouTuber Joe Tasker has spoken out about mental health after scandals such as the James Charles and Tati Westbrook drama, announcing ‘no one deserves’ that treatment on-line.

The web megastar, who constructed his target market by means of making ‘weird challenge videos’, defined: ‘Drama and negativity is always quicker and more entertaining than anything positive.’

He added: ‘Cancel culture and things like that, people are jumping on the bandwagon and I think it’s,”Oh everybody else is doing it, this should be the item.” But other people suppose [ are like] characters in a display.

Back in May, Tati uploaded an exposé video, claiming James had lied about emblem offers and ‘manipulated people’s sexualities’. He went directly to lose 2.2 million subscribers.

‘I think it was unfair [how James was treated], I don’t suppose any person merits that,’ Joe stated.

‘Imagine waking up and getting all that. The bottom line is it has to be private. Both of them created views out of it.’

Joe Tasker
Joe spread out about mental health (Picture: Instagram/@taskerjoe)

And he’s very aware of the way and mental health pass in combination.



‘My YouTube is to take [viewers’] thoughts off no matter their as much as, for 10 mins of laughter,’ he defined.

‘I love doing so much that I want to do everything. It always comes down to making the content and putting it out and sometimes trying to have a Sunday evening off so I can reset.’

James Charles
Joe stated cancel tradition is ‘unfair’ (Picture: Getty Images North America)

In the previous, YouTubers together with Lilly Singh and Elle Mills have spoken out about burnout and brought breaks from social media for his or her mental health.

‘I’ve been on the subject of it. I were given slightly crushed as soon as however I used to suppose too some distance forward within the week,’ Joe recalled. ‘Burnout is scary.’

He added that now he restricts his personal social media utilization, stating: ‘Looking at my phone, I try to do that a lot less now in the evening. It’s addictive!

‘I used to always be wanting to check notifications all the time. The big social media addictive thing is real.’

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