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    Tana Mongeau's show ran for two seasons on MTV's YouTube channel. MTV Tana Mongeau's show "MTV No Filter" won't be returning for a third season. The show, originally called "MTV No Filter: Tana Turns 21," premiered on MTV's YouTube channel in July 2019. Mongeau has been entangled in quite a lot of drama in the last few weeks, after former friends accused her of gaslighting and racist microaggressions. She's also been criticized by commentators and followers alike for partying during the coronavirus pandemic, which they have called irresponsible and setting a bad example to her young fanbase. MTV confirmed to Insider that a third season of "No Filter" was not planned, but this was a decision made before...
    Tana's manager Jordan walked her down the aisle at her "wedding" to Jake Paul. Denise Truscello / Getty Images Tana Mongeau is being pressured by fellow influencers to speak up about her past behaviour. Influencers Kahlen Barry and Nessa Briella both recently put out videos alleging Mongeau and her manager Jordan Worona were involved in racial insensitivities, microaggressions, and mistreatment towards them. Mongeau said on social media that she would be putting out videos addressing the criticism, but this is not what the community wants, Barry said. Rather, they want her to listen and make meaningful changes. Commentary channels and influencers have accused Mongeau of performative activism in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, and are...
    James Charles apologized to his fans for partying during the pandemic. TM/Bauer-Griffin / Getty Images James Charles apologized to his fans for attending Larray's birthday party at the Hype House last week.  Charles attended the party with Tana Mongeau, Nikita Dragun, Charli and Dixie D'Amelio, Emma Chamberlain, and many others. In his latest video he said he cut out the footage from the party because it was a "stupid and selfish" decision to go. He said he understands his influence and now recognizes that staying safe and containing COVID-19 is more important than celebrating a friend's birthday.  He urged fans to be "smarter than I was" and continue to social distance and wear a mask. Visit Insider's homepage...
    The ever-controversial YouTuber Tana Mongeau recently apologized to fellow YouTuber Kahlen Barry who called her out for racist comments and treatment. Hide This is only the latest in a years-long stint of racist behavior by Mongeau. Hide From 2012 to 2014 Barry was part of Mongeau’s collab channel “Trash” and was the only Black collaborator at the time. In a June video titled “finally revealing the truth about Tana Mongeau” Barry said that during the time the two worked together Mongeau used the N-word, gaslit him, and made other racist and ignorant comments. At the same time this was happening with Barry, Mongeau was also using the N-word in Snapchats and live-streams and tweeting other racial slurs, Insider reported. When...
    By Stacy Fernández Hide Photographer Adeib El Masri decided to spill some hones-tea in a series of TikToks about his in-person interactions with influencers, including James Charles, Tana Mongeau, Manny MUA, and Nikita Dragun. Hide In the videos, El Masri gives the online celebs ratings out of 10. The first of the three videos amassed 3.3 million views on the app. Let’s start off with the good. Mongeau gets a seven, she was “so nice, so sweet” but never followed El Masri on social media like she said she would. Granted, both their phones died that night, El Masri said. Comedian and former YouTuber Christine Sydelko got a solid nine. Hide “So funny. First thing she said was, ‘I’m...
    Tana Mongeau has apologized for her past racist comments and microaggressions after her former friend Kahlen Barry opened up how she used to gaslight him and frame him as an 'angry Black person' when he called out her problematic behavior.  Barry, 21, collaborated with Mongeau, 21, on her YouTube channel 'Trash' before becoming an independent creator. In his video, titled 'finally revealing the truth about Tana Mongeau,' he recalled her racist behavior and mistreatment of him. A few weeks before filming the clip, he tried reaching out to her on Twitter.   'In the past, we have had issues when it comes to the topic of race, particularly about your usage of the N word and my feelings regarding it. You made...
    Tana Mongeau has apologized for old tweets and her past treatment of a former friend. Kahlen Barry, who collaborated with Mongeau on their old YouTube channel "Trash," posted a video entitled, "finally revealing the truth about Tana Mongeau" on June 16. In the video, he accused Mongeau of gaslighting and ignorance, and claimed her behavior was based in racism. Mongeau responded to the video in a string of tweets, apologizing to Barry and saying she is not that person anymore. She urged her followers to tell her anything she can do "to be better, grow, and be a help to society with my platform and nothing but that." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tana Mongeau has apologized...
    In a tweet for Pride Month, YouTuber Tana Mongeau has come out as “pansexual as hell.” Mongeau has made many of her relationships, with both men and women, public, but she recently clarified how she identifies and how she views love. “It’s also pride month and i haven’t had the chance to go hard for my lgbtqia+ babies but i be about pansexual as hell + i stand for u all,” she wrote on June 5. Tana Mongeau/Twitter Mongeau also posted a photo of herself and Noah Cyrus holding hands with a lengthy caption to explain her sexuality further. “I never thought i’d be brave enough to publicly share my sexuality in the way i do now,” she begins...