When YouTubers Will Shill For ANY Sponsorship…



YouTubers (including myself) will often have sponsorship deals with various companies. Sponsorship deals as a whole are not a problem, but when Youtubers (knowingly) accept deals from questionable companies or corporations, it damages the reputation of every content creator on the website. Creators with massive followings such as Adam Saleh should know better than to accept sponsorship deals from companies such as EduBirdie. EduBirdie is a company that will write your essay or term papers for you allowing you to cheat. It’s kind of obvious that accepting a sponsorship deal with a company based on cheating would be a bad idea. Subscribe To ReviewTechUSA for more great content!

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