Gabbie Hanna Returns With New Song And The Internet Isn’t Having Fun
On October 18, controversial YouTuber Gabbie Hanna made the drastic decision to remove her content from all social media platforms, including YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. The internet was shocked by the 30-year-old’s departure, but subscribers have been cheering for now.
Gabbie Hanna has been involved in several controversies over the past few years, the latest being her online feud with Jessi Smiles. Followers of the YouTuber singer have repeatedly criticized Gabbie Hanna, but she refused to opt out of the internet.
It looked like the content creator was finally ready to say goodbye to social media, but she released a clip on October 22.
Gabbie Hanna uploads clip after social media release
The Pennsylvania native released a song called “But Before I Go” on her main channel. Comments on the clip have been disabled.
Although Gabbie Hanna has a huge hate club against her, she still has a massive online presence. She has over 5.47 million subscribers on YouTube and over 2.7 million subscribers on Instagram.
Hanna’s tweets and replies have been deleted from Twitter but her likes are still visible. Likewise, all of her previous content on Instagram has been deleted. His IGTV videos remain on the social media platform.
Although Gabbie Hanna made a bold statement by removing all of her content from social media, she can be seen continuously sharing Instagram stories of followers enjoying her music.
Reacting to Gabbie Hanna’s latest clip, netizens said:
Many have compared the clip to the song Chandelier by pop artist Sia. Many internet sleuths called the video a “cheat budget glamor”.
Several petitions have appeared online in recent months demanding Gabbie Hanna be removed from YouTube.
The content creator had also previously expressed interest in quitting social media after multiple drama channels repeatedly criticized her. Hanna has been very forthright about her sanity online. She also revealed to her subscribers that she was visited by the police for a “welfare check” after it emerged online that she was suffering from mental health issues.
It would be understandable for Gabbie Hanna to leave social media for good, but it seems unlikely that would happen.