5 Fortnite YouTubers who have sworn! is a series of video remixes based on a series of YouTube videos in which YouTuber Best Trends counts down five popular let’s play YouTubers who have used profanity during their streams.
5 Minecraft YouTubers who have sworn Origin
On July 12th, 2017, YouTuber Best Trends uploaded a video entitled “5 Minecraft YouTubers Who Have Sworn.” The video (mirror below) has since been deleted.
5 Minecraft YouTubers Spread
On September 6th, YouTuber Gourmet Pears published a video that edits together the induction of the “5 Minecraft YouTubers” video with a clip of television sitcom character Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation throwing a computer in a dumpster. The post (shown below, left) received more than 27,000 views in less than one year.
On October 4th, 2017, YouTuber EyeZone published a separate list of Minecraft YouTubers who have sworn. The video (shown below, right) received more than 482,000 views in less than one year.
5 Minecraft Youtubers Who Have Sworn in Videos [Meme Editon]
Three days later, YouTuber Giovanni Kolk posted a video entitled “5 Minecraft Youtubers Who Have Sworn in Videos [Meme Editon].” In the video, the voices are edited to change the “swear words.” The post (shown below) received more than 20,000 views.
Fortnite YouTubers Accident
On January 25th, 2018, YouTuber Best Trends reuploaded (original account terminated) the video titled “5 Fortnite YouTubers Who Have SWORN on Accident! (Ali-A, Dakotaz, Lachlan).” The video was reuploaded on March 28th and has received more than 600,000 views.
On January 28th, 2018, YouTuber Mume posted a remix video entitled “5 Fortnite YouTubers who have SWORN [MEME]” with other people named. The video (shown below, left) has gained more than 250,000 views.
About one month later, on March 3rd, YouTuber Dolan Dark posted a video entitled “the scariest thing imaginable.” The video features a variation of the Little Girl iPad Reaction meme from the Wreck-it Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks The Internet trailer in which a little girl is playing a video game when the game stop and the “5 Fortnite YouTubers” video begins.
On March 29th, 2018, PewDiePie posted a video called “FORTNITE CRINGE” in which he reacts to a remix of the meme. As of June 2018, the video (shown below) has more than 9 million views.