Lena The Plug Sex Video Release: Her Christian Family, Cum Laude Award and Facts About Controversial YouTuber

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Lena The Plug Sex Video Release: Her Christian Family, Cum Laude Award and Facts About Controversial YouTuber PHOTOGRAPH: Facebook/Lena The Plug |

Lena The Plug, a famous YouTuber, shocked her fans when she declared that she is going to release a sex tape if her YouTube channel hits one million subscriptions. In her alleged sex tape, she will be accompanied by another YouTuber, Adam22, whom she has been dating since September 2016. Her apparent bid seems to be working as she has gained 60,000 subscribers after posting the video five days ago.

Lena The Plug Offers to Shoot Sex Tape

In the video, Lena says that she has been approached multiple times in the past to shoot a pornographic video. This is after people came across her “provocative” pictures online. However, she has never been interested in taking up any of those offers. So why would she decide to suddenly change her mind?

“But a sex tape with someone that I’m seeing and totally comfortable having sex with, that sounds cool to me,” she said, reported Mirror. She ended her video by inviting her viewers to hit the “subscribe” button if they want to see her getting “f*****”. Nevertheless, Lena still has a long way to go since she has barely managed to cross 127,000 subscribers.

Lena The Plug Facts

In one of her introductory videos on YouTube, Lena Nersesian, AKA Lena The Plug, is heard saying that she comes from a conservative Christian family. Apparently, even the topic of meeting boys was forbidden in her family. She goes on to say that they are not happy with her choice of lifestyle. But she also hopes that they will come around and reconsider in the future.

According to 5 Fast Facts, Lena graduated from the University of California, Cum Laude. She chose to give graduate school a pass due to the hefty fee and chose to study in Sweden instead. There she worked with children suffering from autism and as a nanny.

Making a shocking bid to get subscribers is something that many popular YouTubers have done before. This includes PewDiePie, who became the most subscribed YouTuber in the history last year. He announced back in December 2016 that he is going to delete his channel once his channel hits 50 million subscribers, reported Ars Technica. However, everyone discovered that he was just bluffing in order to get more subscribers after he just laughed off the matter in a follow up video.

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