October 23, 2020

YouTubers are quitting their day jobs to influence full time. Their followers aren’t always impressed.

YouTubers are quitting their day jobs to influence full time. Their followers aren't always impressed.

“Today I am filming the most nerve-wracking video I’d have to film in quite a while,” said 23-year-old Natalie Barbu. As she avoided looking into the camera she continued, “I feel like I can’t even make eye contact.”

Text reading “i quit my job” overlaid on her face — but anyone watching the video knows this as the video is titled, “so i quit my job.”

Barbu, who in addition to having over 250,000 YouTube subscribers, hosts her own podcast called …

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