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What You Don’t Know About Viral YouTube Vlogger: Jordan Cheyenne

Jordan Cheyenne
Jordan Cheyenne

One of YouTuber Jordan Cheyenne’s videos has gone viral on Twitter, sparking an immediate backlash. Earlier this week, unedited footage of Jordan posing for a YouTube thumbnail with her son went viral.

The YouTube video, which was titled ‘we are heartbroken’, saw Jordan reveal that their new puppy Rosie had been suffering from parvovirus, a potentially fatal illness that affects unvaccinated dogs.

The vlogger quickly removed the video and posted subsequent videos apologizing for her actions involving her son.

She has also addressed her plans for her social media content in the future.

Who is Jordan Cheyenne?

Jordan Cheyenne is a Youtube celebrity mom who was mocked after an unedited version of one of her videos went viral after it showed her son crying as she took advantage of her son’s emotion to gain sympathy on social media.

The video soon found its way to Twitter where social media users were outraged at Jordan Cheyenne’s actions.

In the unedited vlog, which was titled “we are heartbroken”, Cheyenne was seen telling her son, Christian.

How old is Jordan Cheyenne?

Jordan Cheyenne is 30 years old as of the year 2021.

Jordan Cheyenne Boyfriend, Son

Jordan is a popular lifestyle, fitness and motherhood social media influencer from California. She also has her own website, which describes her as an Instagram Growth Coach and Social Media Influencer.

The bio states: “I help female entrepreneurs unlock their potential, believe in themselves, grow their social media followings organically + turn their audience into paid clients with ease.”

On her website, Cheyenne has revealed that she has gone from “being over $40,000 in debt to now running a successful company that has reached over $500,000 in revenue.”

She has a son named Christian, eight, and currently has 537,000 subscribers on YouTube.

Jordan Cheyenne Video Gone Viral

Jordan and her son, Christian were sitting on the front seats of a car, to pose for the thumbnail after revealing that their puppy has been suffering from parvovirus, which was an illness that could be deadly for unvaccinated dogs.

At the end of the video, she was seen telling him to “come closer, put your head over here”, gesturing him to put his head near her chest while Christian is seen crying in the passenger’s seat. She tells her son to “act” like he’s crying when an emotionally distressed Christian says, “I am crying” as he continues to sob.

All the while, Cheyenne also sheds copious amounts of tears, purportedly intended for the camera.

Jordan Cheyenne Son Christian

In the clip, Jordan tells Christian to come closer to her while they’re in the car and act like he’s crying.

“But mum, I am crying,” he tells her, looking visibly distraught. Jordan ignores that though, asking him to hit a variety of poses for the YouTube thumbnail whilst he appears to be visibly distressed.

Jordan received criticism for the now-deleted video.

Many found it “disturbing” that she would ignore her son in order to get a good photo for YouTube.

Jordan Cheyenne Criticism

Jordan has now apologised for the video in a YouTube video titled ‘I am immensely disappointed in myself’.

Jordan said she understood how it could seem like she was ignoring her son’s mental health and said she would no longer be including Christian in her YouTube content going forward.

On Instagram Stories, she added: “I am absolutely genuinely horrified and disgusted with myself that I got to a place where I made Christian pose with me for a thumbnail in such an emotional moment rather than prioritising his mental health. I am horrified, so disappointed in myself I can’t even tell you.”

“It is not ok, it is wrong on so many levels. He will not be in my content moving forward.”

What We Know So Far

Jordan confirmed that she had a conversation with Christian about the video and he was “completely fine”.

In fact, he doesn’t even know what a thumbnail is.

Jordan also revealed she had been receiving death threats, leaving her extremely worried for her and her son’s safety.

“I am always open to constructive criticism but what I’m not open to is people putting out my personal private information, sending death threats, that type of stuff is never ok,” she explained.

“I’m not standing for it. it is absolutely terrible. I will take all the criticism in the world. I’m so incredibly aware that I fucked up here so bad. I haven’t been able to sleep, I have anxiety, I am so disappointed in myself.”

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