In a video posted to YouTube by content creators TheRoyalStampede, they prank people with a fake incoming phone call on speaker phone that U.S president Donald Trump has been shot and killed. The YouTube video has already amassed thousands of views and many dislikes. Many individuals and news outlets have been offended by the viral video and the contriversially prank behind it. The individuals who made the video claim that it is intended to be harmless video and only thought it would be an interesting social experiment. The Donald Trump assassination prank was just posted to YouTube and we are unsure at this time whether or not the video will stay up on the video platform because it may violate YouTube’s Community Guidelines.
Watch the Donald Trump Assassination Prank video below:
Most of the Australian people who are included in the social experiment do not care about the assassination of the U.S president, in fact some of the people cheer for the death of Donald Trump. These reactions many Americans can not fathom, and they think that the video was only put up to further the hate towards President Trump and the United States. We will most likely see many large media outlets cover this assassination prank and see it all over the news in the next days or soon. Although this video only has only amassed a small amount of views within the two hours that it has been posted, we expect the video to go viral within the next day or so because it is so controversial. The video that Jesse Wellens made as a music video for Snoop Dog’s “BADBADNOTGOOD. – Lavender (Nightfall Remix)” caused much controversy when it was posted with the depiction of a “clown” Donald Trump who got assassinated. This video was covered by all big news outlets, and went viral across the internet.
Watch the Snoop Dog Donald Trump music video below: