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An explanation of the Ned Fulmer’s Try Guys cheating controversy

The programme, in which four men experiment with new skills.

Such as tap dancing, creating wigs, and colonics, has  broken connections with Ned Fulmer.


Fulmer, Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger, and Zach Kornfeld founded The Try Guys.

Before they were still working at BuzzFeed. About 100 million people watched their videos on YouTube.

The group quit the outlet in 2018 to launch their own channel and production company.

Their separate channel has 7.8 million subscribers and over 2.2 billion viewers now.

Following a careful internal evaluation, They appreciate help as they make their way through this.

Ned Fulmer, a member of The Try Guys, was fired from the programme.

As he admits cheating on his wife Ariel Fulmer with a cast member.

Fulmer lost focus and developed a friendly working connection.

He apologized for whatever harm his actions may have caused to the boys, the fans, and Ariel.

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