Influencers should be wary of Marvin Wildhage (26). Youtuber exposes social media personalities who are not special about the truth. He announced on YouTube: “I thought it was time to test my influencers again.” He already knows how he wants to do it: “I’m making the worst movie ever and seeing who the influencer is promoting it.”
The result is “A Hole” (German: “a hole”) – supposedly an art house-style thriller. “In stylized images full of magical realism, we see the search from the unstoppable aperture – and it’s not just the end of the movie, it’s the end of everything,” says the fake press release. But the content of the film is meaningless and poorly made. Wildhag calls it trash, because the mysterious “hole,” he says, is “the Polo hole.” This was even shown in a strange way on a movie poster.
Wildhage turns Vanessa Mariposa for the second time
Although there is no more information about the movie except for the Instagram account purchased from subscribers, likes and comments, some influencers are biting. Including Vanessa Mariposa (29). Last year I fell in love with YouTube. At that time she was promoting Imitation cream «Hydro Hype», whose ingredients are allegedly carcinogenic asbestos and radioactive uranium. In fact, it was just oils. When the matter was then revealed, she apologized and fired her management. Mariposa assured that this would not happen again.
Influencers lie to followers
She was not right. In an Instagram story, she praised the fake Marvin Wildhage with loud traffic noise in the background. The former “Ex on the Beach” contestant even claimed to have seen the movie before anyone else. According to Wildhage, that wasn’t possible because the movie wasn’t cut until the time the announcement was made. So she lied to her fans again. “Test failed, fell for it again,” Wildhage says. He also warns her, “Be aware that I may look at your profile again next year. All good things come triple.”
Calvin Klein falls in love with the fake movie
But Vanessa Mariposa is not the only one who has been duped by the YouTuber. Wildhage invited influencers Aline Bachmann (29), Christin Okpara (25), Melody Haase (28), and Calvin Kleinen (30) to the alleged premiere of the film. As the latter told his followers a lie. The performers seemed to get bored during the performance. They kept moving, often going to the toilet and getting new drinks, as evidenced by a YouTube video.
After the movie ended, influencers were left confused. “That’s supposed to be art, the shit you see there,” Kleinen roared. But subscribers to his channel do not find out what he really thinks of the alleged thriller of the House of Art. Instead, he liked her on his Instagram story, calling her “absolutely cool” and “interesting.”
The remaining influencers should be shuddering by now, because Marvin Wildhage has already announced the next video for the fake movie. The remaining stories of influencers should appear. (BSN)
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