An old video of Wilbur Soot allegedly saying F-Slur goes viral on Twitter
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A video of Wilbur Soot allegedly saying F-Slur goes viral and splits Twitter into two groups.

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According to details, an old video of Wilbur Soot resurfaced online and sparked arguments among the users. A Twitter user tweeted a video saying to spread it. The video shows Minx, Niki, Wilbur and Eret were talking (Niki was streaming) and he said the word “f**ker”. But a lot of people thought he was saying the f slur. However, the video clip was from sometime in August 2019. Watch the purported video, below.

Video: Wilbur Soot allegedly saying F-Slur

Since the video appeared on Twitter, users were split into two groups. Some people are defending Wilbur while others are accusing him of using F-Slur. See the reactions of users over the viral video of Wilbur, below.

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Meanwhile, some user, who has watched the full stream, explained the whole situation. He wrote:

“The general consensus of the video is that Wilbur was telling a story about how he was uneducated on the f slur’s meaning & had used it in front of one of his gay friends back in 2013-2014, and he realized like 2 years later how wrong and uneducated he was so he apologized.”

See more reactions, below.

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Will Gold (born: September 14, 1996 (1996-09-14) [age 24]), better known online as Wilbur Soot, is an English YouTuber and musician who is best known for being the frontman and editor of the group YouTube channel SootHouse and has also edited for fellow Youtuber JackSucksAtLife before.

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