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Like, I don't wanna sound rude or anything, but she ain't worth $45. Like I find it astonishing if a follower will be willing to pay $45 a month to see some influencer with a pretty feed extra content in another site... Isn't sufficient enough to fallow her on IG or Twitter? I mean, Netflix monthly subscription are way less than that... Why would anyone work hard for their money to waste it away on just a social media "influencer"? At least to me will be a bad expense, would be like throwing money away... If it was around $20 or less I would get it (heck even then I find it crazy to pay $20 for a shout out like other influencers do) but idk idk....
Meanwhile I was looking for old videos to dispute her current claim that she never been cruelty free and such I found this video In it she does mention some things like the socks, the screaming, the eyes being sensitive and such
Right.... https://m.bilibili.com/video/av8277649 Plus: does anyone has the screenshot of her story talking about how long it takes for plastic to decompose (the one where she later asked her viewers to excuse her because she didn't knew sooner)
The thing is funny about her response about "I don't owe you anything! If you wanna see Japan content then search somewhere else! Bold of you to assume I'll be nice to my fans who are curious!" Cause all it does in the end is advertising for her audience to subscribe somewhere else and her "career" will fail cause she gave them an open door to leave her channel. Opposite job from influencers who try to keep their audience and grow they channel and attract new views, Kenna is the opposite! Behold her blaming this on her autism