Fame makes people more, not less, vulnerable, because it leaves them open to unlimited judgment. Everyone is wounded by a cruel assessment of their character or merit. But the famous have an added challenge in store. The assessments will flood in from legions of people who would never dare to say to their faces what they can now express from the safety of the newspaper office or screen. We know from our own lives that a nasty remark can take a day or two to recover from. Psychologically, the famous are of course the very last people on earth to be well equipped to deal with what they're going through. After all, they only became famous because they were wounded, because they had thin skin; because they were in some respects mentally unwell. And now, far from compensating them adequately for their disease, fame aggravates it exponentially. Strangers will voice their negative opinions in detail, unable or simply unwilling to imagine that famous people bleed far more quickly than anyone else. They might even think that the famous aren't listening (though one wouldn't become famous if one didn't suffer from a compulsion to listen too much)?8
It’s time to drop the YT channel.