Alfie Deyes Just Spoke About The Future Of His Vlog And You're Not Going To Like It
29 December 2017, 09:25
Alfie Deyes fans might be disappointed by this
Alfie Deyes has revealed how he believes his YouTube channel might evolve and change as he get older - and it's bad news for anyone who was hoping that he and Zoella could end up creating a Saccone-Joly style family vlog.
During a Twitter Q&A, Alfie admitted that he may have to slow down his vlogging output. He described his daily vlogging as not being "sustainable," explaining that "it gets real difficult when working on big projects" or "new companies," suggesting that daily vlogging would likely come to an end at some point.
I’ve never think about fully quitting, but I have thought about if it’s possible to do everyday for years to come. It’s not a sustainable thing. It gets real difficult when working on big projects / new conpanies that take up tons of time. (I still edit all my vlogs) https://t.co/Fm7hrmjgov— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2017
Later in the Q&A, a fan asked if Alfie would ever vlog his future children, to which Alfie gave a certain "no".
"My social media/YouTube channels have always been about following me around and I'd for certain keep it that way," he explained.
He did, however, say that when any hypothetical children were old enough they'd be able to use social media "if they wanted too," but insisted he wouldn't "be filming them growing up etc."
No I won’t be vlogging them. My social media / YouTube channels have always been about following me around and I’d for sure keep it that way. If they wanted to start using social media when they’re old enough I’d for sure let them. But I won’t be filming them growing up etc x https://t.co/mQYYAt585p— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) December 28, 2017
It's not the first time Alfie has claimed that his future children would live very much offline lives. In an interview published in July, Alfie said, "when I have kids I won't let them near technology. I want them to have wooden toys, not tablets."
While it may be odd that someone who spends so much time online would want keep their children away from the internet, it seems as though Alfie is somewhat ambivalent about the internet himself, claiming that the amount people know about his life is "real scary".