Colleen Ballinger denies grooming allegations in music video

Colleen Ballinger, the YouTube creator whose oddball character Miranda Sings became internet famous, has publicly responded to allegations that she had inappropriate relationships with teenagers.

Ballinger posted a Video on Wednesday on her Colleen Vlogs channel on YouTube, in which she refuted “lies” and “gossip” about her — partly in song, while strumming a guitar.

“Some people are saying things about me which are not true,” he said at the beginning of the 10-minute video. She added, “Even though my team has strongly advised me not to say what I’m about to say, I realize they never said I couldn’t sing about what I wanted to say.”

According to Ballinger, early in her YouTube career, “I used to message my fans – but not in the creepy way that many of you are trying to suggest. It was a lost method. I was just trying to be best friends with everyone. Ballinger admitted that “there were times when I overshared in DMs” but said he “changed my behavior and took accountability.”

She sang, “Thought you wanted me to take accountability / But it ain’t your mob mentality issue / Your goal is to ruin the life of the person you hate / While you pretend your lies And monetize his demise.” In an oft-repeated chorus in the video, she referred to the allegations against her as a “toxic gossip train”.

At another point, she sang, “I’m sure you’re disappointed in my little song / I know you wanted me to say I was 100% wrong / I’m sorry I won’t admit it.” Way to accept the lies and rumors / that you fabricated for your own effect.

“The only thing I groom is my two Persian cats / I ain’t no groomer, just a loser / Who don’t understand that I shouldn’t respond to fans / And I ain’t even a hunter you Think so / ‘Cause five years ago I made a fart joke,” Ballinger sang.

Regarding allegations that her awkward, child-like character Miranda Sings has said things that are inappropriate for children, Ballinger claimed that she makes it clear that her Miranda Sings material is “PG-13” in nature ( and videos are not available on youtube)Kids app) and it is the responsibility of the parents to decide what is suitable and what is not for their kids.

As informed of The allegations against Ballinger first came to light three years ago, by NBC News. Reportedly, in 2020, YouTuber Adam McIntyre made a video alleging that Ballinger “formed an inappropriate personal friendship with him when he was between the ages of 13 and 16, jokingly wearing her lingerie”. Shipping included. She also alleges that Ballinger gave her access to his social media, helped her generate content ideas, and they exchanged text messages over the years.

In his video, Ballinger admitted to making “jokes in bad taste” and making “stupid mistakes”, but added, “Did I mean to molest? No.”

“For what it’s worth, I never had any bad intentions,” he said. “But I feel like crap.”

one in do Responding to the video, McIntyre wrote, “As much as Colleen maligned and mocked me, I’m glad her video did one thing, show you all exactly the kind of evil woman she is that most of us don’t care about.” Many people have experienced in the past.” Over the years, behind the scenes, the mask has slipped… everyone meets the real Colleen Ballinger.

Watch Ballinger’s video here:

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