BonAppetit EXPOSED AGAIN by ex-employees in new article...

14. jun. 2020
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This video is about David Dobrik and ex vlog squad member Seth, Fine Bros, Bon Appetit being exposed by ex employees and more! Enjoy :)
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  • between two ferns

    Gary BeetleyGary BeetleyPred 12 dnevi
  • Good God people are getting so so sensitive, it's ridiculous!! The cake from a damn 17 year old boy, come on. And that email from Carla- there is nothing wrong with this email. It's completely professional and not rude or singling anyone out because of race. This is taken out of context and is a completely separate issue.

    Carly MayCarly MayPred 29 dnevi
  • you're so beautiful!

    Neko NachaNeko NachaPred mesecem
  • I have a problem with the common argument "Oh this was 11 years ago, the culture was very different", no it wasn't. Back then it was just as an issue as it is today, only there was no profit in changing it back then like there is now.

    MMPred mesecem
  • yea i remember i applied to an internship position at the Milk nyc office 2 years ago, and i got an interview opportunity. I did some research online (like Glassdoor) and saw that former employees claimed that office had a horrible workplace culture with cliques, bulling, discrimination, etc. so i rejected the interview opportunity. As a poc, i would never want to work in that environment

    Sidney KungSidney KungPred mesecem
  • I dont like that they came out with an apology after they got called out on social media and the did nothing when she tried reaching out. They're just trying to save there own sorry butts

    Annaie GAnnaie GPred mesecem
  • morejstu

    marion fernschildmarion fernschildPred mesecem
  • No one in this video did anything even remotely close that they needed to apologize for. This is just another example of a black supremacy agenda being used to attack innocent white people purely for the sake of it.

    Sam RobSam RobPred mesecem
  • Bon appétit drama starts at 13:56 just incase anyone is here just for that. But I think you should watch the video in it’s entirety because everything that is talked about before this is very important. I’m very grateful she’s spreading awareness and is so genuine in her commentary

    Brandon TeasterBrandon TeasterPred mesecem
  • I can only speak for myself but I think I’m more comfortable with giving Alex Delany the benefit of the doubt because 10 is a pretty good amount of time to change and grow as an individual. Nonetheless ppl have to understand that just because you forgive someone doesn’t mean you forget so I don’t think people should be attacked for expressing their opinion.

    Jasmine MarieJasmine MariePred mesecem
  • As a POC raised in a predominantly white environment i grew up hearing racist jokes constantly. Sometimes being the only POC in a group of white people where they would say or do something insensitive it's just easier to leave it alone, especially when the racism is said/done in a jokingly manner. Whenever i would let people know that somethings are perceived racist or simply not OK I would either (in their opinion) be "to sensitive" or they'd say "but you know i'm not racist/ didn't mean anything by it". Mind you these excuses comes after throwing the N-word around. I don't think everybody who says or do racist things are necessarily racist. But it's vital we still hold people accountable for their misstakes. It's time (mainly) white people take responsibility and educate themselves in AT LEAST the basics of what is right and wrong and stop making excuses for one and other. Apologize, learn from it and move on. OR just stand for the fact that you are racist.

    AliceAlicePred mesecem
  • Cancel your makeup! You're obviously a pretty/beautiful woman. It's making you ugly

    dANIEL sTONEdANIEL sTONEPred 2 meseci
  • You’re white. You don’t have any place in this argument. Stand down and enjoy your privilege... if you don’t I’ll be sure to bring this channel to the attention of parties that will make you suffer.

    CasperInkyMagooCasperInkyMagooPred 2 meseci
  • Let's make this clear. Being a racist and baking a confederate flag cake are two waaaaaaaaaaay different things. I think it's really unfair for people to say "we need to hold these people accountable" and promote drama and cancel culture on every little piece of dirt they can dig up on someone. Find the right things to stand up against because if you're the one standing against a 17yo and their cake you're a joke.

    Austin PhillipsAustin PhillipsPred 2 meseci
  • The cake was pixelated 😂😂😂

    Austin PhillipsAustin PhillipsPred 2 meseci
  • Forgiving people is part of the human process. Example #1: Someone like Jenna Marbles who has openly changed and grown as a person since making bad comedic decisions in a time where everyone was doing it, is forgivable. Doesnt mean it was right, but shes obviously not that person anymore and it shows. Example #2: Shane Dawson who ALSO did blackface and made many other crude jokes has made it clear that he's grown, but is still not willing to stop making bad decisions. Therefore, it's hard to look the other way and TO ME (everyone has their own opinion) his past jokes are not worthy of forgiveness. Especially those sexualizing children. Example #3: Jeffree Star has NOT grown and should NOT be forgiven, but rather held accountable. He is still doing the same scummy stuff he did even before he was on the internet. It is also apparent he has no problem hanging around people like Davi Vanity (who is a sexual predator) or Shane Dawson who has made jokes as if he's a sexual predator. Or how about that time Jeffree was behind everyone calling James a sexual predator? It kinda seems Jeffree may be hiding something very inappropriate and he needs to be investigated legally.

    Kat KaseyKat KaseyPred 2 meseci
  • As someone from NC (close to the SC boarder) the confederacy is part of our history. HOWEVER what happened YEARS ago does not define us as states. The amount of times I've seen the confederate flag on every day attire, vehicles, yard decorations, town statues, tourist shops, etc. is sickening. What's even more sickening is that people from out of state see us as a flag that represents a time in our country where we were at our lowest. Just because Jerry down the street has used his God given right as an American to fly his confederate flag, doesnt mean the rest of the town doesnt hate it... On a side note, I had to prevent myself from calling it a "hate" flag because it stood for more than just that. It stood for small government and being self sustained, but it also stood for slavery and that's absolutely unacceptable. I could go on forever about racism in the south and it being very apparent in our education system, but that's another story.

    Kat KaseyKat KaseyPred 2 meseci
  • I’ve managed to go my entire life without making racist slurs/“edgy content”, that I’ve had to walk back or apologize for... I’ll concede that you can change as a person and your views, but I think one you’ve made those choices/actions, you should no longer be able to have a career in publicity or the public eye. Nope. No amount of time. Go back to being a regular person, who doesn’t get ad money or fame.

    D BalaoingD BalaoingPred 2 meseci
  • the thing is, that even if carla was not intending to come across a certain way, she still did. the thing about white people is that, for so long in history, they have been the norm and the oppression of poc was always downplayed, mystified, or covered up completely. it gets to a point where, white children grow up into white adults who have no idea not only how to navigate conversations about racism, but also, they subconsciously take for granted or ignore certain nuances about race and racism that a poc would grow up being constantly exposed to. For example, im asian and throughout my life, i always noticed a lack of asian representation around me. but for a white person, it doesnt even occur to them, its not relevant and so they developed an almost numbness or desensitisation to it because they just didnt experience anything that made it obvious. we call that implicit bias. in contrast, poc develop heightened sensitivity from all the racial trauma in their life, as well as having to navigate a world where they are not the norm. and so you can imagine how carlas email might come across to a poc who has been through that. its not to blame white people, but it is a privilege for them to not even have to think or worry about race in every single situation. doesnt matter if its actually relevant. because the fear is always there and always nagging for poc.

    worship the comedy god seo eunkwang or elseworship the comedy god seo eunkwang or elsePred 2 meseci
  • Imagine blurring a confederate flag lmao

    Pablo noPablo noPred 2 meseci
  • this is a news channel

    elbatkcalbelbatkcalbPred 2 meseci
  • The story about milk makeup really emphasizes how just ONE racist employee poisons the well regardless of how diverse the company structure is because the power structures are so so unbalanced. You have to have a very hard line for discrimination in the workplace and this means making employees comfortable speaking up with issues - which you do by taking concerns seriously in a very transparent way

    madi5286madi5286Pred 2 meseci
  • I don’t think that the people who got offended by Carla realize a few names can come up specifically •-•

    Cardinal NovaCardinal NovaPred 2 meseci
  • Bookshelf tour please

    Lauren CamilaLauren CamilaPred 2 meseci
  • I hate all the speculation came here for facts smh wrong channel I guess 🤷‍♀️

    Ivy LeeIvy LeePred 2 meseci
  • Let's be real all these apologies for past videos are a bunch of bullshit. If all these youtube "Cared" about Black people and the Black Community these apologies would have BEEN made. No one can say they didn't know Blackface is racist it's BEEN common knowledge.

    Theodore ShermanTheodore ShermanPred 2 meseci
  • For me personally I think age, mental state, time and environment really factors into it. If you were a person who was in a environment or grew up surrounded by racist people that factors into it what you said and did and if you were surrounded by people who took satire jokes too far, you are going to do the same sort of thing. Age also has a part to play I know I’ve said stuff like 5 years ago that I regret now and if he openly said he says it was a huge mistake and he was 17 young and dumb and just thought he was funny I would maybe see that?? However just my opinion and I don’t think I would forget about what he did either

    Elizabeth BoutwoodElizabeth BoutwoodPred 2 meseci
  • Somehow I feel like the F brothers issued that apology bc someone finally made a public statement about it. Why did they not answer Kennedy's email? They only apologized after K put it out into the open. It was just damage control, and honestly, there was never a "culture" when black face was ok. Literally never. There was just a point in time when white people excused it and didn't value Black voices/opinions. Now they can't excuse it or ignore Black voices. I wouldn't make excuses for them. They were racist, and now they have to make amends for what they've done. Can they unlearn their racism? Only time will tell.

    Yvonnope *Yvonnope *Pred 2 meseci
  • Can you like have an opinion

    Alan Dela RosaAlan Dela RosaPred 2 meseci
  • I find it really shocking that Bon Appetite is having some many issues being exposed

    SuperfastjellyfishSuperfastjellyfishPred 2 meseci
  • So are all the southern rappers from the 2000s going to apologize for having the confederate flag in videos and concerts. Probably not, because it wasn’t a big deal until snowflake culture became prevalent

    DragonNFDragonNFPred 2 meseci
  • That email is BS. POC and SPECIFICALLY Black people are often targets of noise complaints in professional settings where noise is not really a problem. I’ve experienced this even at a campus job. In almost any BA video you watch, theres noise and chatter in the background. Sometimes the people causing noise make it into the final cut of the video. Sometimes those chatting nearby are invited /into/ the video to try food, and even side conversations would be had. I feel like you should know that as a White woman you’re lacking the perspective to understand why this was wrong, and it’s not your place to say why Carla’s email might’ve been okay. With all of the things surfacing about BA, why give her the benefit of the doubt? I think that’s a really irresponsible thing to do with you platform, which I’m sure has a predominantly White audience.

    slow roasted baby back ribsslow roasted baby back ribsPred 2 meseci
    • Nikita’s reaction to her email should’ve been evidence enough for you. Our standard for professionalism is White, period. And you literally KNOW Black people/POC are stereotyped as loud. Think critically about this. What Nikita said was true, White supervisors/bosses often take on a passive aggressive tone with co-workers. I’m really disappointed you used your platform to decide her email was okay instead of listening to the very Black woman you used as evidence in your video.

      slow roasted baby back ribsslow roasted baby back ribsPred 2 meseci
  • hey! one ideia: i think you sould put time stamps of the topics that you are talking about so we know everything that you are approaching.

    Mafalda MMafalda MPred 2 meseci
  • On the date and timeline and age part. I’m not sure how long is okay but 20 vs 30 is a big difference. The same like how being 5 and 15 is big difference. You have to allow people to grow and learn. And that comes with age and time. Throughout your lifetime you are going to change the way you think. What you thought was cool is suddenly not, what you thought was funny is suddenly not, what you that was cute is suddenly not. Fashion, hairstyles and ideas, they all change with time. Let people grow and learn from their mistakes. People can change

    joelg791joelg791Pred 2 meseci
  • why is everyone racist like wtf. Its every single creater at this point.

    MiaMiaPred 2 meseci
  • gay slur and a confederate flag? oy this is zico's tough cookie issue all over again

    Luna ْLuna ْPred 2 meseci
  • I think that your thoughts really change with your age and your experiences, I’m 18 and I’m a different person that when I was 15. You need to learn, grow and change your attitude and the way you see life.

    Montse RodriguezMontse RodriguezPred 2 meseci
  • I’m Latina and I’ve seen a lot of those (sorry) Tik toks where people throw back to when they were Trump supports when they were much younger or in a different part of their life and then leave those conservative beliefs behind to become more liberal. I think sometimes people only know what their parents have taught them and we tend to idolize our parents at a young age so it’s no surprise we follow their beliefs. As we grow our view of the world changes as we become more educated. So in my opinion if they have changed and made amends such as owning up and apologizing for their past, it’s okay. People are allowed to grow and change and it’s problematic that we don’t allow people to do so.

    Yesenia GonzalezYesenia GonzalezPred 2 meseci
  • The problem with Karla's email is that the test kitchen is a social atmosphere where staff is casually hanging around while filming is going on. If that was not the norm I would agree with your assessment, however being someone who watched plenty of BA videos I can firmly say the test kitchen uses the busy atmosphere as a part of their charm. So her email isn't just bad because of the culture at BA it was bad because it was a reinforcement of the culture at BA. IMO

    J. BlandJ. BlandPred 2 meseci
  • There are always people gathering/having "meetings" or "huddles" in the background of BA vids. The way she worded it though something is off. I don't think she sent it to e ver y one. I'm just wondering how many were POC and how many we're white.

    Felicia HazeFelicia HazePred 2 meseci
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