Readers of my old blog remember me publishing evidence that NYC-based PUA Justin Wayne is a scammer. That was back in 2012 and way before he made it big on YouTube. I had completely forgotten about this, but about two months ago I received an email from VICE. I will post my email exchange below, but let me provide some context first.
As one of my readers recently informed me, VICE ran a report on Justin Wayne, exposing him as a scammer. He is caught on video, essentially threatening to kill a woman who is posing as one of his girlfriends. Like a true poet, he says, “I got weapons and stuff”, or something along those lines. VICE also caught on video admission of the fact that Justin Wayne pays his “girlfriends”. Justin Wayne clearly isn’t the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree, because VICE didn’t wiretap his “girlfriend” but instead they put a microphone on him, and that moron simply didn’t consider that he’s being recorded. Oh, wait, I bet the correct PUA term is that he was “keeping frame” and let no stinkin’ microphone keep him from scamming.
Here’s the vide from VICE:
You clearly get the messaging: YouTube is making money off those scammers, and Justin Wayne only got caught because he was willing to speak to VICE. They make it sound as if this was all an accident. Yet, in reality, the VICE crew was merely pretending to report objectively on him. Instead, they were trying to find something to make him look bad. Based on the emails I’m posting below, it’s clear that they knew that Justin Wayne isn’t “legit”. Well, Justin Wayne then made the job of those two VICE chicks a lot easier by being a dumbass.
Here’s the email I received from VICE producer Brady Welch on 22 February, along with the subsequent exchange:
I’m not too fond of VICE, thus I wrote:
And so on:
A few weeks later, they tried again. Now Elle Reeve, who’s getting a lot of airtime in that video, reached out to me:
I ignored that email. So, that’s that.
I’m in no way trying to defend Justin Wayne. He’s a known scammer. Instead, I want to point out how shady VICE is. They tell Justin Wayne they want to do a piece on him and behind his back they are collecting material that shows what a low-life he is. They most certainly didn’t approach him, saying, “Hey, Justin, we want to expose you as a scammer!” He let them sit in on his seminars. It’s of course amusing that he thought this piece would give him exposure and would be great advertising. Exposure it did indeed give him, but probably not the kind he had expected.
Now you may wonder why I didn’t cooperate with VICE. VICE is part of the dominant leftist mainstream. Thus, I had no expectation of receiving any kind of objective treatment had cooperated. The first thought I had was that they’re working on a hit piece on Justin Wayne, and I can come in as some kind of anonymous online woman-hating fascist scumbag, sending the message that Justin Wayne is such a low life that even someone as detestable as me me looks down in him.
I thought for a second or two how VICE could feature me, and tried conjuring up the worst scenario I could think of. My first thought was them showing either an extract of my email response or a voice clip, and in the background they enlarge some of the edgier statements I’ve made, of course completely out of context — “As we were researching Justin Wayne, we came across this vile Nazi sympathizer online who is selling books in which he describes how he shoves his dick into the mouth of poor, innocent 16 year old girls!”. Maybe add to that a Hitler picture and an “ironic” 70s porn soundtrack. I asked myself if it was realistic that VICE would to that to me, and my kneejerk reaction was that it was absolutely realistic. That was me after a few seconds. Those deranged lefties and feminists could surely come up with something much worse in a few hours or days. Thus, I bowed out. VICE can suck a dick.
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