He finally screamed what's in his heart.
This overindulged brat's name is Nash Grier. Nash Grier is what is called a "Vine Star," which means that a lot of people enjoy watching him scream stuff in between choppy cuts of video in six-second intervals. He's got 8.7 million followers, is represented by 26MGMT management, and probably has a whole bunch of people betting on him stretching his yelling-for-6-seconds-at-a-time thing into a career that will eventually lead to him yelling stuff for 22 minutes at a time on TV, or even for 90 minutes a time in movie theaters.
Here's why betting on the talents of little kids with Internet fame might not be a great idea (click upper left corner of video for sound):
Promoting a false stereotype that HIV only affects gays to his millions of teen fans is extremely dangerous. https://t.co/W6X9MUrgUK— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) July 6, 2014
Nash opened his heart in that little clip earlier this year, but he immediately deleted it, probably under the advisement of his representation who knew they'd have trouble booking a kid who shares the views of a circa-1983 Jerry Falwell. But Vine user MuneralsFab saved it and posted it to his feed in April, and over this weekend, Twitter user Tyler Oakley shared it with his 2.6 million followers. Just another lesson for teenage homophobic celebrities out there: If you tell the Internet you think AIDS is for gays, the Internet will never forget.