Westbrook has been beneath so much scrutiny since her feud with fellow YouTube star James Charles.
“All of this has been way, way, way bigger than I think anyone could have imagined,” she acknowledged. “I didn’t think it would get to this magnitude. I didn’t think it was possible.”
The saga started in April when Charles posted an advert for Sugar Bear Hair dietary dietary supplements to his Instagram Story all through Coachella.
That proved to be problematic since Sugar Bear Hair is a giant competitor of Halo Beauty, the mannequin belonging to Westbrook.
Westbrook has been a mentor and shut buddy to Charles, and he or she accused of being unsupportive.
He tried to make amends by apologizing to Westbrook in an announcement posted to his Instagram Story.
Charles apologized as soon as extra to Westbrook and her husband in a YouTube video each week in the previous and addressed the components she had made in her video.
“Most of my career over the past few years has been about me making mistakes and trying to learn and grow from them. I haven’t always done the best job of that, I can admit that,” Charles acknowledged. “But I have always tried.”
Westbrook has obtained tons of assist, whereas Charles has misplaced hundreds and hundreds of subscribers, one factor she acknowledged shocked her because of “I thought that I would be the one that would take the hit.”
In her new video, Westbrook grew to turn out to be emotional plenty of cases and acknowledged she has been disturbed by the fallout.
“I do really want the hate to stop,” she acknowledged. “I want the picking sides, and the abusive memes and the language, and all of that, and I really hope on both sides it can stop. That’s not why I made the video.”
Westbrook acknowledged she was attempting to get a message all through to Charles — whom she acknowledged she nonetheless loves — about what she seen as his problematic conduct.
“This was really a wake-up call, and it was me trying to reach someone who I found completely unreachable,” she acknowledged. “I had been trying to deliver the same message so many times because this wasn’t just about one thing.”