Jeffrey K. here with a delicious dish of ish that should make your holiday wish list. Check it: the longtime blonde queen of the online video scene, one Jenna Marbles, is having a true blue December after in-fighting has cost her her secret Santa. Somebody call Doctor Häagen Dazs!
Miss Marbles has apparently lost hers after a public tiff with a YouTube non-scenester, one BradtheLadLong, that resulted in a seven-ten split with longtime paramour Max Nosleeves. Is there a plumber in the house, cuz that’s four years of bliss down the drain.
Apparently, not so so long ago, Jenna went onto the page of Mr. LadLong and commented “Dude you’re a f*cking creep. And you can’t sing!” Harsher words were never posted. Keep your sticks and stones, people, Jenna Marbles is packing the heavy verbal artillery.
So then, the fans of Jenna Marbles — the Marbleheads I’m calling them if no one else is, decided that if it’s good for the queen, it’s good for the court. And they went open season on BradtheLadLong as well, even going so far as to threaten the Long fellow’s life. One if by land, indeed.
“What a lovely girlfriend I have…” commented Nosleeves on LadLong’s vid, prompting aggression on him from the Marbleheads as well. LadLong story short, Jenna and Max got to fighting, and suddenly no one is having a merry Xmas except yours truly.
Jenna, giving credence to the whole sordid affair, then dropped dime on Twitter, giving fans a squeeze of the lemon with a post that read: “Max split up with me over the Youtuber BradTheLadLong. COOL. Might have to be sexual thursday instead guys.” Of course, the pouty minx deleted the tweet a short time later. Too bad the ship already sank. Loose lips and all that. As for which set of lips … I’ll leave that up to you, dear readers. Keep your eyes on the monitors though. ‘Round the holidays, you can pour the online gossip from a cocktail shaker.
On the serious side of the bubble though: It is fascinating when people who make their livelihoods by opening up their lives to the world, suddenly clamp down when their lives get too lively. It makes you question what we’re all really watching for.