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People Want Jenna Marbles To Return After First Public Sighting Since Disgraced YouTube Exit

People Want Jenna Marbles To Return After First Public Sighting Since Disgraced YouTube Exit

The vlogger quit the site back in 2020 after a series of unseemly revelations about previous content

You may remember that a couple of yers ago Jenna Marbles quit YouTube following a number of pretty shocking revelations about previous videos she'd made.

The vlogger announced that she was leaving the platform, having been called out for decade-old footage that reemerged of her performing some very tasteless jokes.

In one video, the 35-year-old can be seen in blackface while doing an impression of Nicki Minaj.

And in another, Marbles gives a rendition of a rap song, titled Bounce that D*ck, which included a series of very offensive lyrics.

In the song, she adds: "Sorry, that was racist, I’m bad at rap songs."

Well, after being spotted out in public for one of the first times since her departure, fans have called for Marbles to return to social media.

Posting a photo of her standing alongside the former social media star, one person said: "Me and Jenna and Julien slaying."

Echoing the support, another wrote: "I'm not saying she has to by any means, but if Jenna Marbles were to ever come back online, nature would heal and we would have world peace."

"Am I crying over a picture of Jenna Marbles because it’s recent and I miss her? Yes, yes I am," put a third.

While another added: "If Jenna Marbles comes back to the internet i hope she calls it her jennaissance."

And they weren't alone, there were plenty of others who expressed their love for Marbles and criticised her prior treatment.

"I will never forgive the Internet for how they treated Jenna Marbles," slammed one.

With another remarking: "Does Jenna Marbles know we ALL miss her? and not a single person is mad at her, and I would trade 10,203,719 other content creators just to have her back."

Following the unedifying revelations about her back in 2020, Marbles released an 11-minute apology video, in which she announced that the controversial videos had been removed, as had other pieces of questionable content from her early years as an influencer.

Fans are calling for Marbles to return.
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She told her followers: "I want to make sure that the things that I’ve put into the world aren’t hurting anyone. I’m ashamed of things I’ve said and done in my past."

While speaking about her ‘cringey and embarrassing’ Nicki Minaj impersonation she gave back in 2011, Marbles said: "It was not my intention to do blackface. I do want to tell you how unbelievably sorry I am if I ever offended you by posting this video or by doing this impression, and that that was never my intention.

"It’s not okay. It’s shameful. It’s awful. I wish it wasn’t part of my past."

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Featured Image Credit: @saaltinthewound/Twitter/Jenna Marbels/YouTube

Topics: US News, YouTube, Viral, Social Media, Twitter