Alright you guys, you kept asking for it, and I finally caved in and... recorded an actual response video to the new ContraPoints video:
Me reacting to the new ContraPoints video.
You're welcome everyone, I made this just for you.
Come on now, you're surprised that ContraPoints has openly plagiarized someone? Especially someone he has denounced and rejected, only to go and steal their shit? Nyk has been plagiarizing people left and right since forever. How many times in this thread have I pointed out, with links and pictures, all the looks Nyk has snatched from other drag queens with no reference to the original? Or those NBs who complained about Nyk using their tweets in his video, even and despite the fact that they already had him blocked? He complains about people reuploading his old shit when he himself goes around taking people's shit with no permission. The hypocrisy just never stops.Weren't you the one that said you "hated Breadtube?" Now you're harvesting ideas and premises from it? As well as using it to recruit simps and transbian boyfriends like Vaush and your new squeeze?
It's nowadays called "bisexual lighting" - which is a really stupid name, since the pink-blue colouring scheme goes all the way back to the very beginning of technicolour films in the 1950s, see how example this Auntie Mame film trailer for an early example. This type of colour combination or lighting was definitely NOT pioneered by Nyk or Breadtube. What happened is that around 2013 the brand Philips came out with these colourful hue light strips and they shipped them out to tech-influencer Youtubers, for them to make video advertorials where they install these lights and demonstrate them for their audiences. These tech-influencers who got promo packages from Philips were the ones who actually premiered this look on Youtube, and it was all part of a promotional campaign. (See here, here, and here.) No one ever talks about this or mentions this, and neither does Kyle Kallgren in his stupid video where he reinforces the myth that this colour combination is something entirely new and sexy. I guess telling the truth, "hey, this was already done in the 1950s", is just not sexy enough for these pathetic trendies.Did contra start the breadtube lighting gimmick or stole it from someone else and made it popular?
Best comment I read in response to the new video. Thank you so much for this, you made my day."uwu" (whatever that is),