Danielle Cohn is a YouTube, Instagram and Tik-Tok star who has been in the news, literally, for the past two years. Her content is rather controversial considering her age, and recently people have started wising-u;p and shifting the attention towards the people behind the scenes.
In this video, we explore the brands that sponsor Danielle Cohn, specifically Bang Energy, and discuss why their outlay into Danielle is rather problematic. We then shift the focus to her mother who quite seemingly exploits her daughter for a life of pleasantries and easy living in the US state of California.
Join me, BWC, on our third journey into the strange world of Danielle Cohn, and take a look at what goes on behind this controversial teen.
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"Earlier this year I made a video on a YouTube and Instagram troublemaker who attracts a lot of attention for pretty obvious reasons. Danielle Prism, is one of commentary’s favourite scapegoats, and I must not lie, this is my third video on the poor girl, so she must get tired of being the example we all use for what shouldn’t be natural on YouTube. By now, we should all be aware of the general issues surrounding her, because it’s not like every other commentary YouTuber and their dog have made a video on this topic. However, what I’d like to explore deeper into is the relationship between her content and the brands she works with, and tie that back into my argument regarding her mother, Jennifer Archambault.
In my first video, I addressed the role big Jenny has in the ‘exploitation’ of her daughter for a life of luxury, and pleasantries in the sunny state of California. Jen is Danielle’s “momager”, meaning she essentially has full control over whatever her daughter does. Which is why we questioned her role in allowing Danielle, who is allegedly 15 years old, to partake in promoting the content you wouldn’t really attribute to a young teenager. In the conclusion, we assumed naivety was the cause of this, in the hopes Jennifer doesn’t get in trouble because of the clear lack of ethics she has when it comes to her daughter’s image and safety online.
What brings me back to this topic is the revelations we’ve had in the last few months regarding Danielle, and the amount of “drama” surrounding her, her age, and just the existence of her online career. Thankfully, the age debate has seemingly ended with pretty much every single person except Danielle and her mother agreeing she is 13-years-old, which has a bit more of an impact with what we will discuss later on. Not only has her father come out and explained she is 13, so too did her ex-boyfriend’s parents, but there was also a leaked birth certificate, images from her old school, an appearance on BTEC Dr Phil which was cancelled, and of course, the fact she couldn’t have competed in the National American Miss Princess division in 2012 and 13. In a more literal sense, there’s no more debate, she’s 13, let’s shift the talking point.
So, furthering this idea of exploitation, we need to look deeper into how Big Jen is letting Danielle be subject to the… Less than desirable Wario and Waluigi’s of society. Sorry boy’s. But, yes, remember earlier this year when good old BTEC Leon Lush decided to ruin everyone’s year by further demonetising the entire platform again? Well, the new guidelines brought in by YouTube to counter the negative press they received from this were designed to protect children from these Wario and Waluigi’s who were doing not-so-family-friendly things with content including children. Now, as a result of this, loads of channels were either demonetised or lost the ability for people to comment. However, YouTube, in good YouTube fashion, completely failed to implement this and it resulted in people like slab head here, who is to my knowledge, not a child, getting their comment sections blocked for quite a long time. Nice one YouTube."
Video is not suited for children under the age of 13-years-old.