In this article, I will discuss what appears to be the strikingly obvious dark truth behind Colleen Ballinger who has made headlines lately for her “Cringe” apology video in response to accusations of child grooming.
Creation of Miranda Sings
Ballinger created the character Miranda Sings in 2008 as a parody of the bad singers who upload videos of themselves on YouTube. The character, known for her off-key singing, excessive lipstick, and constant references to her pedophilic uncle, became a quick success as a comedian.
Transition to Television
Ballinger’s success on YouTube led to her own Netflix original series, “Haters Back Off,” which ran for two seasons from 2016 to 2017. The show delved into the fictional backstory of Miranda Sings.
Authoring a Book
In 2015, Ballinger co-authored a book titled “Selp-Helf” under the character of Miranda Sings. The comedic self-help guide became a New York Times Best Seller.
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Success on YouTube
As of 2023, Ballinger’s YouTube channels, “Miranda Sings” and “Colleen Ballinger,” have a combined subscriber count of over 25 million, making her one of the most successful YouTubers.
The Dark Truth
It’s boundless, it’s all right there out in the open.
The Dog Killer
The Video Confession
Colleen Ballinger’s Book Was The First Red Flag Everyone Ignored. Keep in mind this book became #3 on Amazon while in the pre-release phase.
Let’s start with the fact that her video announcing the release of the book was literally called “Revealing Miranda’s Uncle”
The Horrors Inside
How could this all stay out in the open for so long?! Well, a great book by Malcolm Gladwell comes to mind. “Talking to Strangers” discusses many cases of criminals hiding in plain sight, as well as the psychology behind why it’s so easy to do so.
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What are your thoughts on the drama?