Dear Fat People YouTube Star Nicole Arbour DRAGS Vanderpump Rules' Scheana Marie & Sides With Mike Shay Amid Their Divorce!
Well, Nicole apparently took issue with Ashley's picture because, according to her, bikini models are supposed to be "the mecca of perfection."
If she's gonna keep claiming to be a comedienne, couldn't she at least try being funny in any of her videos??
Ch-ch-check out Nicole's lame attempt at riling up the masses (below)!!!
Oh good. She's back. #sarcasm
Well, it looks like Nicole Arbour missed people talking
crap about her because she's back with another controversial video… this time called Dear Black People.
As you can imagine, it's just as tasteless as the first installment in this unwanted series of clips, but now it's even more sad because now we know she actually thinks she's being satirical.
She lost her job after her last video… what's this one gonna get her??
Ch-ch-check out her most recent, desperate attempt at fame (below)!!!
Yeah, yeah, yeah, Nicole Arbour, we get it. You really wanna be famous.
This week, Arbour made a video titled Why Abortion Is WRONG, and proceeded to deliver a rambling, incoherent argument about why abortion wasn't wrong, while also touching on rape, ADD medication, Joan of Arc, and like nine other things that have nothing to do with each other.
Forget it, it's too hard to explain. Just watch the video (below) where Nicole is trying waaaaay too hard to hang onto those 15 minutes of fame:
So much for Nicole Arbour's story…
After the YouTuber most famous for shaming fat people alleged that Michelle Collins had some awful things to say about nurses backstage during a taping of The View, ABC has come out swinging in defense of their host!
According to a representative for the network, Nicole did not tell the truth when she alleged Collins called nurses 'wannabe doctors.' The ABC rep said:
Get your popcorn!
Nicole Arbour, the YouTube fat-shamer who produced the video Dear Fat People, went on The View this week to discuss her controversial viral video — and when she was there, she claims she witnessed another controversy on set!
On Thursday night, Arbour went on SiriusXM Radio's Opie and Jim Norton Show, where the revealed that the hosts of The View had been discussing nurses backstage after the show:
Nicole Arbour offended millions with her 'Dear Fat People' video — and she's not sorry!
The "satirist" appeared on The View Wednesday to explain herself, and Whoopi Goldberg asked if she was surprised to have offended so many!
The YouTube star replied:
"Frankly, I'm the most offended — by my hair in that video. If I would have known it'd go viral…"
Wow. She went on to defend her video as "satire" and therefore not bullying — an argument the ladies of The View were not buying!