Influencer Jordan Cheyenne has deactivated his YouTube channel, after receiving a storm of criticism for pushing his son to cry on camera.
The YouTuber, whose channel had more than half a million subscribers, vlogs about parenting, lifestyle, and fitness in California.
Recently uploaded footage shows Ms Cheyenne asking her distressed nine-year-old to pose for the camera as he cries about his dog.
video, called we are heart broken, The family was about to have a new puppy who was infected with parvovirus, a potentially fatal disease. Ms Cheyenne continues to harass her “for the video” and instructs her to move her hand to his face, look at her, and look at the camera, while her son repeatedly says: “I really I’m crying.”
After the video went viral, provoking an angry reaction, Ms Cheyenne deleted the vlog, but the footage was re-shared on other social media platforms.
Ms Cheyenne apologized the same day in a video titled I am very disappointed in myself, And later said that she was facing harassment in her Instagram stories.
She has since deleted her Instagram account and YouTube channel.
Ma Cheyenne told insider: “Being completely offline, canceling all video and monetization, and prioritizing your child is all I care about.
“I am disappointed and frightened by what I did and there is no excuse. It is terrible on so many levels. I love my baby more than anything and will always regret this moment.”
She said that she would not comment on any videos about him and would put her family first.
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