Nelk’s Jesse Sebastiani “Hates” Being Famous. Here’s Why – Teen Blurb

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Jesse Sebastiani, a member of the popular Youtube prank group “The NELK Boys,” has had enough of his internet fame just a couple of days before.

While all the sunshine and roses may appear online, Sebastiani and his popular sluts put a true “target” in their back, which he opened on 28 January in a dark tweet.

The NELK Boys, with a YouTube channel of over 5 million subscribers because of their shenanigans, were known for their crazy realistic buggies and jokes.

Sebastiani claims, however, that his personal life has a major impact on the antiques that he really hates being famous on the internet.

Honestly love what we do but fuck I hate being such a target, it’s cliche and shit but I hate fame. I’ve only had a taste of it and I already experienced how much you have to give up for this life choice. It’s sounds petty but I’ve lost almost everything I use to love about life.

— mtvjesse (@JesseSebastiani) January 29, 2020

“Honestly love what we do, but fk, I hate being such a target,” he wrote. “It’s cliche and st, but I hate fame. I’ve only had a taste of it, and I already experienced how much you have to give up for this life choice. It sounds petty, but I’ve lost almost everything I use to love about life.”

Not all this: a fan asked Youtuber exactly what the lifestyle was like, leading Jesse to further describe his apparent loss of regular communication.

“If you’re in it, it’s difficult to explain,” he replied. “Everything’s exciting, so you know your life is this. Some people feed it. [I] have the impression that I have missed normal connections, relations. You are always the subject, every discussion is about you.

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dude it’s hard to explain un till your in it, it’s all exciting, than you realize this is your life. For some they feed off it, personally feel I lost natural interactions, relationships, just doing normal shit. Your always the center of attention every conversations about you.

— mtvjesse (@JesseSebastiani) January 29, 2020

While it did not determine his feelings, Jesse’s social media messages follow a physical assault on a colleague Nelk Boy Kyle Forgeard, who has been slapped by a Walmart client after a fake “sneezing” of him.

A video of the altercation quickly went viral to prove that not everyone is excited about practical jokes during their day-to-day activities – but that definitely does not help the community receives a continuous publicity.

Jesse is not the only maker of such sentiments; even stars like Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg, having been sabotaged at driving distances and even having their address leaked, have to beg fans for fundamental rights such as personal privacy.

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