After Westbrook posted her video, Charles lost over one million subscribers and counting.
Many have taken to Twitter to weigh in on the debate, pointing out that if Logan's career has continued and not been "cancelled" how should James Charles ultimately be punished?
Westbrook has built her reputation as a drama-free makeup guru, but in her gone-viral video she explicitly accused Charles of trying to turn straight boys gay and slammed the popular vlogger for promoting a competitor's brand.
As Charles's subscriber count continues to tick downward, the many YouTube channels that run on drama have rushed in to capitalise on Westbrook's victory. Her channel has more than 10.3 million subscribers, while Charles' had 16.5 million before the scandal.
"I think there's behaviour there that's unsafe but the story spun in so many different direction with words that I never used".
Kjellberg called Charles' video a "trainwreck", noting that the beauty guru didn't explain much of the controversy now surrounding him and spoke incredibly slowly throughout the duration of his message, also taking issue with Charles claiming that he would "make more mistakes" in the future before making visible efforts to improve. "I think the message was heard", she said. "If I could give all of the new success back, and the new subscribers back, I would".
"I just want you guys to know that there is no celebration in what's happening". "I do really want the hate to stop", she pleads.
"I want to share with you guys that I do really want the hate to stop". I really hope on both sides it can stop.
The 37-year-old goes on to state she wanted to meet with James face-to-face but hadn't been able to since his "downfall".
Westbrook continued by emphasizing that people need to be accountable for their actions, that she has tried to communicate with Charles, and that she did not release the initial video for followers or attention. In the video, he says that after meeting Westbrook, she "very quickly took on a parental role with me". "It's about a person who reaches 30 million people-that are predominantly children-who is losing the ability to be honest each day".
Westbrook's video was a powerful blow.
She then stated, "I don't hate James Charles".
"I can't imagine making a video just publicly dragging someone instead of talking to them", PewDiePie said of Tati's video. "I think this actually could be the end, I don't know".
YouTuber Logan Paul has stepped into the conversation around James Charles and warned people "really think about what they're saying" when referring to him as "sexual predator" on his weekly podcast, Impaulsive.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 06: James Charles attends The 2019 Met Gala Celebrating Camp: Notes on Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 06, 2019 in New York City.
Despite the video posted Thursday, Westbrook said she's still taking a break from social media. "I need to figure out what [YouTube] means to me because if it's only about money, I don't want to do it". "I feel like that would just be the biggest accomplishment ever". Westbrook had promoted him and helped him find representation. I can't say this enough, I love James Charles. "Everything Tati said is 100% true". "I'm disappointed in myself that I ruined our relationship". "I wish I can say this is the last time I'm going to make a mistake, but it won't be".