YouTuber kisses mum for a prank after kissing his sister in previous video
17 May 2019, 13:23
YouTuber who kissed his sister for a 'prank' posts new video kissing his mum
Prank Invasion, the controversial YouTuber who disgusted the Internet when he posted a video called 'Kissing sister prank', in which he graphically kissed his supposed real sister, is back again with another weird video.
After cutting his teeth on the 'making out with family members' genre of video content, Prank Invasion though he would take a different direction this time - by making out with his mother. Jeez.
The video is called "KISSING MY ACTUAL MOM PRANK!"... and yeah... it pretty much does exactly what it says on the tin, although the kissing is a lot more reserved than the kiss with his sister. Rather than locking lips for an uncomfortable amount of time, as before, this time ol' Prank Invasion only pecks his mother on the lips - which we really think is for the best.
The video has gone exactly as well as his last familial kissing prank did - with the video sitting on a meaty 32,000 dislikes (at the time of writing), compared to a paltry 7,000 likes.
In the video description, Prank Invasion, real name Chris Monroe, starts by flashing up examples of all the news coverage he got for his 'kissing sister prank' including this very website (guess we're part of the problem now... dammit) and thereby makes it very clear exactly why he's doing all these horrible videos - views, baby!! Sweet, sweet views!! At any cost!!
Reaction online to the video has been, shockingly, not that positive, with many people taking to Twitter to express their disgust.
The PrankInvasion guy who made a video of him kissing his sister, now made a video of him kissing his mom. What the actual fuck is wrong with him someone please explain— Sukki (@sukkhmani) May 17, 2019
@PrankInvasion how low can you possibly go from this point? From your sister and now your mum? I'm so sorry for you. Being hungry for views and creating controversies just to stay relevant must be so hard huh?— ϟ PikaPika ϟ (@noobmaster0690) May 17, 2019
This seems like as a good a time as any to once again point out that this isn't a prank and that this isn't how pranks work. We even discussed this in our segment 'That's Not How Pranks Work' on our show YouTuber News, when we discussed the original kissing sister prank: