The Try Guys and Ned Fulmer both released statements following his release from the group, including a new video on Oct. 3 stating they aren’t releasing videos that he’s in anymore.
For anyone who’s spent a significant time on the internet in the past decade, it’s nearly impossible to not be at least a little familiar with The Try Guys. Since 2014, the group of four men (Keith Habersberger, 35, Zach Kornfeld, 32, Eugene Lee Yang, 36, and Ned Fulmer, 35) have gone viral and gained an audience for their popular videos where they do just what their name says: try different things in hilarious and informative videos.
“We immediately removed Ned from work activities and engaged an HR professional to conduct a thorough review of the facts. We also opted to remove Ned from our releases, pending results of that review,” Zach said in the clip. “That’s included removing his section from videos, digitally removing him from others and choosing not to feature him in our merch throws. Honestly, I want to give major props to our editing staff for how deftly they’ve handled that.”
He also made sure to clarify that because Ned’s presence was more dominant in some content, they’ve opted to not use those at all. “There are several videos that we’ve deemed as fully unreleasable,” Zach added. “You will never see them and that is due to his involvement. That’s a decision that cost us lots of money. We will not be able to recoup that money, but it’s a decision we stand by proudly.”
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