Yes, the hilarious videos on YouTube where Stephen is seen freaking out are actually fake. It doesn’t take a genius to understand why; with a little bit of logical thinking you will see exactly why the greatest freakout ever is fake.
Is the greatest freakout fake? Is the greatest freakout real? The answers are yes and no. The greatest freakout on YouTube is actually fake.
Just do a little logical thinking:
The family is obviously rich; you can tell this in the videos that show their big house, their abundant entertainment items, and all the expensive vehicles they own. Therefore, Stephen would be able to break things that an ordinary person would not be able to break, because, they can just buy the item again. For instance, an ordinary person wouldn’t want to break a guitar, because that probably cost them a whole paycheck. Stephen on the other hand could probably just get a new one right then and there. The same applies for the vacuum, microwave, etc.
Next of all, who doesn’t go on YouTube? I am pretty sure Stephen would have seen the videos on YouTube, and then forcefully would have his brother take the videos offline, if he really was the way the video portrays him to be.
The videos are fake because they are staged perfectly. The greatest freakout videos are always planned ahead. This is very evident in the latest video where Stephen punches the panels out of his door. He had gloves on before, because they planned that when he freaks out he would punch the door panels out, and so he didn’t want to hurt his hands, so he wore gloves on them.
So, why do they even do the videos then. Well, it is obviously a big whole popularity contest on YouTube. They want people to watch their videos to gain recognition. Most likely that, and the huge cash flow that comes along with it, inspires them to make these fake greatest freakout videos on YouTube.
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