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Re: Fine Bros’ Apology: “Sorry we got caught.”

I acknowledge their apology, but I still don’t think it’s sincere. It’s an obligation apology. You know the one. I’m sure we all did it as kids. 

You do something wrong, and then you get yelled at by your parents.

“I’m sorry,” you say.

“No you’re not,” your parent says, “you’re sorry you got caught. If you were really sorry, you wouldn’t have done it.”

The Fine Brothers are only sorry because they got caught, and are receiving tremendous backlash because of it.  Remember, this isn’t an isolated incident.

Example 1

Twitter user RedMinus posted screenshots of the Fine Brothers blatantly implying that the very concept of filming someone’s candid reaction to something is “their format” and they feel so entitled to it that they are willing to pitch a fit and try and take legal action. 

And I’m sure we’ve all heard the numerous stories of other YouTubers whose videos the Fine Brothers have content claimed (which, of course, is ironic, considering how they take people’s content without permission.) 

Example 2

TL;DR - The Fine Brothers sent a mass email to several animators in hopes of getting them to animate for them, in which they “praise” them for their work. They also apparently weren’t going to pay them (or pay them a reasonable amount.) 

The Fine Brothers contradict themselves, blatantly lie and (as evidence as to why they never specify what their “format” is) try to hide things from people. 

In conclusion, this tweet sums up my feelings pretty well…

The Fine Brothers have damaged their reputation and broken countless people’s trust, and I’m perfectly okay with letting them suffer the consequences of their actions. 



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