Fresh And Fit: Victims Of Targeted Attack


The Fresh & Fit hosts claim that they were victims of a targeted attack and mass reporting after being banned by YouTube for a week.


The Fresh & Fit podcast was suspended for seven days.


Walter Weekes & Myron Gaines are the two behind Fresh & Fit. They aim to help men “help women navigate finances and fitness.”


YouTube removed the Fresh & Fit podcast from its channel for a week in March. This left viewers confused and waiting anxiously to see new content.


Seven days later, the duo returned with a live stream explaining why they had taken so long. Weekes claims that Gaines was banned for using hate speech in their previous videos.


They also stated that they were the targets of a “targeted assault” by an unknown YouTuber and suggested “mass reporting” from YouTubers’s fans.


The hosts claimed that they had received approximately 15,000 subscribers in the seven days following the suspension.


The latest ban lifting comes after another major unban on Twitch streamer “ExoHydraX,” whose channel was just reinstated following a ban for hot tub streams eight months back.

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Fresh & Fit hosts claim that they were victims of a targeted attack and mass reporting after being banned by YouTube for a week. They also claimed that they had received approximately 15,000 subscribers in the seven days following the suspension. The latest ban lifting comes after another major unban on Twitch streamer “

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