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YouTuber Jordan Cheyenne deletes 500k plus channel after accidentally sharing a video where she was teaching her son how to cry on camera (Video)

A YouTube star has deleted her channel with half a million subscribers after accidentally sharing a video of herself coaching her crying son to pose for the camera. Jordan Cheyenne, 30, shared a video titled "We are heartbroken" as she spoke about how her puppy had been diagnosed with pavovirus, a condition which can be fatal to unvaccinated dogs. The California-based vlogger is seen in the clip pulling her son Christian towards her so they can pose for a video thumbnail.  "Come closer," she tells him as they sit in a car. "Put your head right here."She pulls him in and rests his head on her shoulder, telling him: "Act like you're crying."  "I am crying," the visibly uncomfortable youngster tells her.She holds one hand up at her face, looking visibly upset as the young boy stares into the camera.She pulls a crying face and tells her son: "Go like this for the video." She continues to coach him on how to cry, telling him to hold his hand up to his face and make crying noises. "Let them see your mouth," she instructs him.She tells him to look at her, then to look at the camera as she pulls a string of poses.She then forgot to edit out the part of her coaching the boy and posted it on her YouTube page alongside the main video.One person who saw the video on Jordan's YouTube channel shared it on Twitter, writing: "this is so DISTURBING what is wrong with mom vloggers omfg"They added: "everyone keeps asking the same questions, this is about the puppy they just bought having parvo, the son IS crying. real tears. shes forcing him to “fake cry” for views, it was accidentally uploaded, she forgot to edit this part, she removed the vid & posted an ‘apology’" Since the video was posted she has been receiving backlash on her YouTube page and Twitter.  Following backlash, Jordan said that she would stop including her son in her YouTube videos and has now deleted her channel so she could focus on her son Christian's "health and wellbeing"She said in a statement: "Getting completely offline, canceling all videos and monetization, and prioritizing my child are all I care about. "I'm disgusted and horrified at what I did and there is absolutely no excuse. It's terrible on so many levels. I love my child more than anything and will regret this moment forever." Jordan also posted a follow-up video in an attempt to explain her behaviour. She titled it "I am immensely disappointed in myself".  "In the ending of the video, I was so emotionally worn out… I had christian on my shoulder and I was like 'come pose for the thumbnail with me' after the video… I shouldn't have done that. "I wish I could show us at the vet crying and being so emotional with everything that happened. But then if I did that, you know what people will say? 'Why are you filming your son crying? Why are you filming the emotional moment?'" She added: "Me trying to get that thumbnail was just so wrong and such poor judgement of me, but that doesn't condone bullying and harassment."      View this post on Instagram           A post shared by Lindaikejiblog (@lindaikejiblogofficial)The post YouTuber Jordan Cheyenne deletes 500k plus channel after accidentally sharing a video where she was teaching her son how to cry on camera (Video) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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