Just a suggestion but she could've made a video of a vegan version, perhaps. Like "so you may have seen the unicorn ice cream everywhere but today we are making a vegan alternative! blahblah". Would have fit her channel much better, I'm personally not a vegan or vegetarian (doesn't mean I don't try vegan recipes though!) but I'm sure a lot of people were drawn into the channel by her vegan this and vegan that and titles and then suddenly boom, cow titty milk ice cream in yo faces. I noticed in the comments that aside from the "plagiarism accusations" there were people also complaining about it not being vegan. In one video, which was pretty much her coming out as a vegan, she sounded very concerned about using milk. And I know, I know, she is still an omnivore but the fact that she does a pretty sudden turn just proves Tay did all that vegan fanservice because it was trendy.
I believe in China (and some other Asian countries) there is a lot of pressure to be skinny. She might have said this in the video herself but despite considering myself fluent in English I didn't really understand half of what she was telling
Baww. I almost wished that OurMine would've leaked Tay's channel income like they've done with some other youtubers in the past. But then, she is not that interesting or relevant even with all those 400K subs. and they probably couldn't get their hands on than information.. maybe. idk. Bunch of other youtubers got "hacked" as well. This guy explained the "hacks" a bit better - OurMine can't get into the passwords, but they can change the titles. It's her network that got had the vulnerability - for example, those guys Logan Paul and Roman Atwood who had their titles changed belong to the same network as Tay, Studio71 (you can double check this from their SocialBlades). So if Tay goes all "omgno gaizz I was hack ;_; someone is targeting me" it's over exaggerating and not the whole truth.