A YouTube video by a woman who had autism is going viral, inspiring debate about whether it’s OK to pay people to advertise on YouTube.
The video shows the woman, identified only as ‘K’, walking through a store in Bangkok with a friend and getting a free “bacon sandwich” from a local bakery.
“I thought that it would be really cool if I could buy bacon, so I started to go there,” she says.
But, as she was about to enter the store, the store’s owner noticed her autistic friend was still in the shop.
“He said, ‘Hey, I can’t accept this autistic person because they’re disabled’,” K explains.
“So he gave her a voucher for a voucher of free products,” she continues.
The video has now been viewed more than 9 million times, garnering over a million likes and over 2.5 million comments.”
He said I was lucky to be able to buy products like bacon, and I was happy.”
The video has now been viewed more than 9 million times, garnering over a million likes and over 2.5 million comments.
It has been criticised by disability rights groups and social media users, including a post on Reddit that said it was “truly disgusting” to pay someone to advertise.
“This is really shocking to me,” K said.
“The way that they treat these disabled people is disgusting.”
They should be ashamed of themselves and should be prosecuted.
“The woman said she was grateful that she was able to get a product free.”
When I first saw the video, I thought it was really cool that I was able for my friends to buy bacon for them,” she said.
But the video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube, with more than one million comments and over 200,000 likes.
K said she had been approached by a number of advertisers to advertise with her in the past, but was not interested.”
But it’s something that I’m just really grateful for that I have this opportunity to get free products for them, which is amazing,” she explained.”
And it’s a really cool feeling, it’s so special.
“K’s YouTube channel has more than 6 million subscribers.