James Charles released his first video in 4 weeks, and it includes references to his explosive feud with beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook

Posted On: Jun 19, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

James Charles released his first video in 4 weeks, and it includes references to his explosive feud with beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook

On Tuesday, beauty mogul James Charles shared his first YouTube video following his public feud with Tati Westbrook .
During the 27-minute-long video titled "Hi Sisters," Charles said he spent the last month "growing and thinking," and will now be living on a "little bit of a lower scale."
The YouTuber also announced that he'll be donating profits from his video to The Trevor Project , a nonprofit organization that focuses on suicide prevention within the LGBTQ+ community.
Charles later took to Instagram and said he's "honestly happy" that he's still losing subscribers, and only wants to have fans who are "positive, have love in their hearts, and believe in people to grow."
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After a nearly month-long break from social media, James Charles has officially returned to YouTube.
On Tuesday, the beauty mogul uploaded a 27-minute-long video in which he explained what he's been up to during his hiatus. Rather than directly addressing the camera, Charles created a...

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