Bryan Hawn has some 'issues'.
Bryan Hawn's The Chainsmokers ft. Coldplay parody video, where he pairs himself up with Reese Rideout was a huge hit. Why? Reese Rideout was in the video.
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Hawn has bounced back and forth with showing his ass, then not showing his ass, then complaining that he has no money. This hasn't stopped Bryan from charging quite a bit for a short video of him without his trademark peach emoji on his ass (or some sort of flashy light).
To charge $125 dollars to watch a three-minute seven-second video is just ridiculous.
The Gay Republic did publish a post where we reviewed his video with Reese. Our post pointed out that Hawn didn't give credit to Coldplay that was featured in the 'Something Just Like This' song from 'The Chainsmokers'.
While waiting for PayPal to update his account. Bryan did contact us to explain why he purposely didn't give credit to Coldplay that was featured with The Chainsmokers hit song.
I'm aware of Coldplay, I'm also aware that Chainsmokers is a higher searched buzz word and focusing on just them in the SEO will get me more traffic than if I add Coldplay in the mix who is never on the charts.
Wow! Hawn is now removing an artists credit on songs. Ouch.
Bryan Hawn wasn't done-
[Our Post] 'I might share it will the 1 million followers that I have on social media, but why would I share this nonsense?'
Hawn doesn't have one million followers. He's under the impression that you just take his actual number of followers then times that number by the amount he charges for his videos and that's his number of followers. Sweetie, that's not how it works.
The Gay Republic isn't going to endorse/support a video or project in hopes that Bryan Hawn will be our friend. We see hot bubble butts all day, so Hawn will need to have more than that working for him.
Our readers did inform us that Bryan Hawn did attempt to get support for his $125 parody video of The Chainsmokers ft Coldplay 'Something Just Like That' song.
Hawn began to just randomly post 'thank you for your support' message on websites.
The readers on those websites were like WTF is Bryan talking about?
After we recovered from Bryan Hawn's ranting, we did watch his new video for JULIA MICHAELS - ISSUES (live acoustic cover). Bryan Hawn has talent, absolutely.
Hawn just needs to know that you don't remove an artist that is featured in a song project. Reese Rideout wouldn't be too happy if Hawn purposely removed him as a featured performer in his parody video. right?