Metallica Manager says Youtube is killing the Music Industry

In an Interview with BBC Peter Mensch described Youtube as “The Devil” going so far as to say that if someone doesn’t do something about it,that the Music Industry as we know it is screwed.

Mensch was talking to BBC during their documentary “The Buisness of Music” His comments were backed up by the 2016 International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) annual report, which tells of a widening “value gap” between the volume of music consumed on free web services and the amount of revenue they generate for the industry.

The BBC reports that 900 million consumers on sites like YouTube and Soundcloud resulted in revenue of £447m in 2015, while the world’s 68 million paying music subscribers generated about £1.4bn.

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Comedian Roasts Fat People, Gets Kicked Off Anti-Bullying Movie

Comedian and Youtube personality Nicole Arbour is out of a job thanks to her viral video titled “Dear Fat People”.

The video, in which Arbour repeatedly insults fat people for things such as “smelling like sausages”, hit over 3 million views on Youtube before her channel was “mistakenly suspended”.

Arbour received backlash from other comedians and youtubers and even drew heat from celebrities like Chrissy Teigen but the biggest blow comes to Arbour’s wallet after she lost a job as choreographer in an upcoming movie called “Don’t Talk to Irene”.

The premise of the movie? A 16-year-old girl dreams of being a cheerleader, but is constantly bullied for being fat.

Director Pat Mills explained his decision by saying: “I saw something on the Internet that made me never want to see her again.”