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October 30, 2023
Watch: He's sorry about sucker-punching people for social media clout, but wishes you would leave him alone about it
I've given up complaining about the dumb things kids find entertaining on YouTube. There are better ways to yell at people to get off of my lawn. So if prank videos are what youths find entertaining, meh. But your mother and father have to be first cousins for you to think ASSAULTING STRANGERS and calling it a "prank" is a good idea.
Alford Lewis likes to sucker-punch people. If I were to guess, he probably calls it the "sucker punch challenge." The word "challenge" is what makes it content and not a crime. Not everyone feels that way. As KHOU 11 reports, Harris County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incidents not as a challenge, but as an assault against strangers.
Lewis wishes everyone would leave him alone about it. He's super sorry. “You know, I just made a mistake, and everybody makes mistakes."
Also, the videos allegedly don't show the person he sucker punched showing him love afterward for falling for the "prank."
Having to explain the difference between a "prank" and just punching me in the stomach to my five-year-old is one thing. The difference between a "prank" and assault is something else, because assaulting strangers isn't a prank. It's a crime. Something a NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD should know.
But again, he's super sorry about it. Boys will be boys. Know what I mean?
"Prank culture" is a trend that needs to die a quick death before another livestreamer does. Or gets shot. And the person who thought they were having their luggage stolen at the airport or thought someone was trying to murder them by setting them on fire is vilified in the media for defending themselves.
Watching "YouTube pranksters" get hit upside their heads with instant karma is the content We the People deserve.
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