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Video Editor Reacts to Red Velvet 'Russian Roulette' MV (SHOOK)





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In this video, I react to Red Velvet ‘Russian Roulette’ MV from a professional music video editor and filmmaking perspective! Thank you for all the recent support!

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This Post Has 45 Comments

  1. Jordan Orme

    I should have prefaced in the video: I was leaning in to the backstabbing stereotype for the sake of humor because Red Velvet members were literally killing each other over a guy. Most women are AMAZING and build each other up with love. They would never do something like that. Also I had no idea saying “females” was degrading. I apologize for that. 🙂 Love you all!

  2. Karthika Mallan

    This MV would have made more sense if we think that red velvet members in the MV are representing toxic fans of kpop groups fighting to the point where they are trying to kill each other . Cause that is the reality of these toxic stans ,fighting and giving death threats to each other .

  3. koduhsx

    his reactions in this video gets me everytime 😭😭😭

  4. msh kachi

    why yall mad lol dude is literally joking wtf

  5. Carolina

    10:13 I KNEW HE WOULD REACT TO THIS PART WITH THE CAR but not like that lol I never noticed it was driving on the sidewalk!! hahaha

  6. Sky W

    if you say "female" one more time im literally gonna contact my lawyers

  7. Peachii

    pls pls pls react to Peek a Boo pliiiissss

  8. MooniBee

    not all girls are like that, what is he talking about. that just ruined the video

  9. angelics

    Reveluvs around the world have been spawned

  10. onstandby 17

    jordan: why can’t women get along, omg females hate each other guys just love each other!!!
    men: start wars

  11. p g

    아 아이린 있다는거 까먹고 보고있었네 하

  12. moira

    i recommend watching their one of these nights mv!!

  13. Rogue Cheney

    This is why our generation is called the sensitive generation. Obviously he's being sarcastic and meant it as a joke. Y'all too overly sensitive over such small things like seriously y'all need to stop making everything topic-sensitive.

  14. Jerick Raquedan

    I really hope you would react to red velvet's Peek-a-boo Music Video

  15. They're not fighting over a guy, they doing a russian roulette. Its in the title bruh.

  16. steph1012

    "bubblegum k-pop but they murder each other" yep thats red velvet for ya

  17. KEIsan

    So many butthurt girls here. The double standard men are like this, it's okay but when someone says girls are
    Iike this, it is suddenly sexist, misogynistic, discriminatory etc. He obviously talks about certain toxic girl, unless it strikes to you, dont be so butthurt.

  18. Guido Polese

    I knew the song cause of JK and Jhope dancing to it… But now i am SHOOK!!!
    This video is Mindblowing 😍😂

  19. hana

    Please react to peek a boo

  20. Kit Kats

    Me watching this thinking wait till he sees the piano and then Peek a boo

  21. TeamBuzzard

    You around 5:05. Kpop killing. That’s RV in a nutshell. Bad Boy, Psycho etc. just takes a little closer look on most of their videos.

  22. cloveria

    bro do u even know the background of russian roulette 😐

  23. Rivkah Rj

    I really enjoy watching your reaction vids….. can you do a reaction video on Girls Generation's MV's
    maybe "the boys" or " lion heart" ? 😁😁😁

  24. PeachyJoon

    your jokes, taking an offensive stereotype towards women wasn't it for me. i love your videos, but please refer from using offensive stereotypes in your humor.

  25. M A R K •

    Please react peek a boo and ice cream cake red velvet.

  26. Jaime Ng

    What a strange comments section I must say.

    Firstly, 'female' is simply a synonym of the words woman, girl. I've used it commonly – academically, conversationally and practically as a way to denote the female gender (myself being a part of it). LOL, an example would be something as simple as asking "where's the female toilet?". I absolutely understand that some may use it in sentences to degrade women, but how that makes 'female' on par with a slur or as an inherently derogatory word is beyond me. To say "men always say…" would practically make us stereotype them in the same way we claim they stereotype us. What's the use in that?

    Secondly, have y'all watched any of Red Velvet's music videos? They play into the interesting, crazy aspect of the characters (not themselves, but the characters they play). Literally stabbing a guy, killing a guy with a crossbow, killing each other. Any references to them being crazy can be seen in the video itself, and as silly as it sounds that it has to be stated – does not apply to the gender itself. Of course, it is true that women build each other up. But I myself have seen a lot of them tear each other down (which is the stereotype Red Velvet's MV is exaggerating for their purposes of telling a crazy story).

    I've met my fair share of both kinds of people. Of course women have their share of good and bad friends. So do men. The "women be like.." joke may not play well with all, and I understand. But I hope that y'all widen your perspectives to see why these stereotypes have existed – they play into a bit of the truth (that humans – both men and women – can be backstabbing and crazy albeit not always in the same way). Personally, I've had run-ins with the toxic bunch before, and can see why there's such a stereotype (and laugh it off). And in a practical way, I try not to be like that in real life, try to build others up instead of tearing them down. If you don't like the way they are portrayed in the MV (which is what RV is trying to get at, by exaggerating how ridiculous it is to murder your friends over some guy), then I hope you'll be the change you want to see.

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