Transgender YouTube star Blaire White has recently come under fire from social justice warriors, wrongfully accusing her of being a "white supremacist" and sending direct messages to Twitter users containing the "hard-r."
The Twitter account @dojadrip2 posted a video on April 26, depicting what appears to be direct messages from White using the 'hard-r' and suggesting that she does not support all members in the trans community.
The caption of the post is: "I deleted the original and since being unblocked, I’ve screen recorded for proof. Now y’all can stop defending this racist @MsBlaireWhite used the hard-r and called Peaches a beast. She also doesn’t support certain trans individuals. #Racism."
But it turns out that these direct messages were digitally manipulated to make it look as though White had said these nasty things.
Another Twitter user, @JohnSwanYT, posted a short video of his Thursday, where he ported the original video into Adobe Premiere, and showed that the messages are a product of video manipulation.
This is just one of the several attempts by those on the internet attempting to defame a highly successful YouTuber for a bit of internet fame.
The Post Millennial reached out to White, who is a TPM columnist, for comment on the recent video, and she replied: "I appreciate people debunking the fake screenshots, but it's truly scary that something blatantly falsified can be spread so quickly."