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sam pepper youtube Internet Denizens Rejoice as Infamous Youtube Prankster Sam Pepper Quits the Internet
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Sam Pepper has become a very controversial figure in the last few years. He is famous for his Youtube pranks and "social experiments" such as the one where he pinched random women's bottoms that led to sexual harassment claims.  You may have heard of him recently due to massive backlash from his "prank" video where he convinced a friend that he killed his other friend "execution style". Now he seems to have disappeared off the face of the internet leaving only a single Tweet on an otherwise barren Twitter account. 


via @sampepper

Some people have questioned his motives with the way he left social media and Youtube so abruptly. 


via @damnitsriley

But, for the most part, they are just gleefully celebrating his absence. 


via @beanieirwins


via @DAISYSIVANS

Via: KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS
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HideoTube's first video? Kojima's top 10 movies from 2015:

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Hey, he's a free man, he can do whatever he wants.

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If you ever thought people who make their living pulling "pranks" on YouTube would be a good sport about getting pranked, you've got another thing coming.

Jack Jones, known for such stellar pranks as "do you want to see my nuts," "excuse me I think I've done a poo, can you wipe my bum?," "YOU WANNA SEE MY D*CK PART 3," and "BEING A MENACE PART 3 . GONE WRONG !!!" was just strolling along with three friends when a dude slapped a slice of pizza in his face. He got mad and called the police. COME ON JACK, IT'S JUST A PRANK!

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