The Bianca Devins Tragedy, Netflix Censorship, 25 Most Influential Internet People, Puerto Rico Leak

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  • Philip DeFranco
    Philip DeFranco  4 months ago +2869

    I'm quitting the internet for the rest of the day after today's show. See you tomorrow and here are today's timecodes: 13 Reasons Why Edited Scene Out (0:23), Influential People (4:37), TIA (5:46), Puerto Rico Leaks & Protests (8:07), Bianca Devins (12:38)

    • Eduardo Rivera
      Eduardo Rivera 4 months ago

      Can you quit the internet forever, please?

    • Cynical Citizen
      Cynical Citizen 4 months ago

      Have a good day sir

    • Maccoy Johnson
      Maccoy Johnson 4 months ago

      but people have released videos with information about the things she was doing that caused her death.

      She emotionally abused mentally-ill men
      she also said on multiple accounts that she wanted to die
      She had rape fantasies that she talked to mentally-ill men about on discord as well. she was leading them on until this happened
      Apparently she got what she asked for.
      It may not have been what she deserved, but it's what she wanted (based on what she says and does on discord and stuff)

    • mongrel m
      mongrel m 4 months ago

      Your quitting the internet for the 'day' oh STFU MAN NO ONE GIVVES TWO FUCKS U MORON

    • christina flowers
      christina flowers 4 months ago

      I’m the book 13 reasons why she takes pills 🤔 if I remember correctly

  • Cloudiily
    Cloudiily Day ago

    the original suicide scene in thirteen reasons why was extremely triggering and terrifying for me to watch as a fourteen year old with depression and anxiety, and it’s a scene that i will never forget; the razor blade sinking deep into her skin and sliding up her arns with late afternoon light shining through as the bathtub filled up and leaked everywhere and blood pouring over the sides of the tub. her parents walking in and being devastated at the sight... fuck. i can feel my wrists tremble when i think about it. it was so horrific and i’m extremely sad that they included that scene in the first place. i’m scarred for life. besides that, the show literally glamorizes suicide. it displays the idea that if you ended your life like hannah did, people will certainly care and will feel guilty, which is what she wanted. but she’ll never get to be satisfied by that because she fucking dead. fuck that show.

  • Queen Of Pheasant's
    Queen Of Pheasant's 7 days ago

    Some assholes in my group chat sent me the pictures.

    I'm the admin so can guess what happened.

  • Ian Sonneborn
    Ian Sonneborn 16 days ago +1

    Let’s tell the truth. Bianca sold nudes to guys for money and blackmailed them for money and pills after telling them she’s underage. She dated bad boys and acted like a hoe, guess those bad life choices came back to haunt her

  • The Nameless King
    The Nameless King 19 days ago

    Talk about censoring smh

  • TheMaddestLadOfAll
    TheMaddestLadOfAll 3 months ago

    Ninja James Charles World Record Egg
    Btw I hate James Charles this ain’t bias

  • TheMaddestLadOfAll
    TheMaddestLadOfAll 3 months ago

    Not watched 13 Reasons Why
    Still support them!

  • Papi Schmear
    Papi Schmear 3 months ago

    The issue that should come of the Bianca murder is how quiet the discussion is about the mental health state of both the murderer & the victim. It's an American crisis.

  • Beidya
    Beidya 3 months ago

    espero que te suicides

  • Cody Leber
    Cody Leber 3 months ago

    One of the most influincial people to me are the paul brothers because they inspire me not to be anything like them and be a decent human being

  • Leonardo Diego
    Leonardo Diego 3 months ago

    You blow phil

  • Marta S
    Marta S 3 months ago

    As someone who has gone through depression, i had to skip the Hannas scene of suicide

    CONVERSE TORRES 3 months ago

    Dude if youre show is all about you talking never will subscribe get to the point you coke doing before scenes type of dude

  • Meta Ze Gr8
    Meta Ze Gr8 3 months ago

    5:29 rattling off

  • Cassie Marie
    Cassie Marie 3 months ago

    Big Heckin Group of Dang Doggos on facebook. Having a bad day? Pupper pictures. Having a great day? Pupper pictures. Very supportive group made better by dogs.
    But in reality, this show. This is where I go to get news, it covers things you don't hear about otherwise. Also The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.

  • TalliCat Games
    TalliCat Games 3 months ago

    You say that...but I am alone. I have to be.

  • Crab Jr
    Crab Jr 3 months ago

    I am a survivor of my own attempt on my own life, hearing the scene depicted triggered my anxiety, though I have to say that is the desired effect I believe many people need in order to make a change in the world. If not for the hard feelings, there would be little push and motivation for change. 13 reasons why brought up the issue, better to have it than to not have it. Though this is coming from someone who has not seen it, would be too hard for me to watch

  • GyroMurphy
    GyroMurphy 3 months ago


  • Muzagucci
    Muzagucci 3 months ago

    bianca also identified as asexual and that may be a factor as to why the man acted out- as she denied his advances.

  • skillustrate
    skillustrate 3 months ago

    Censoring the Netflix episode was a powerful decision- they've just guaranteed that that scene will get even OVERWHELMINGLY more attention than it already had. Genius.

  • RFOC2
    RFOC2 4 months ago

    Suicide while it is horrible and sad is nothing more than the cowards way out of a bad situation... Fight me on this one I have seen more death and self destruction , Then any of you little shits can comprehend.

  • Olivia Torres
    Olivia Torres 4 months ago

    the scene scared me it was just bad and they need to edit out the scene where the one dude gets a broom shoved up his butt and his face smashed into the sink and the scene where hannah gets raped

  • MyLifeAsErica
    MyLifeAsErica 4 months ago

    It’s strange to me that the book had been around for years and no one complained about it until it was turned into a Netflix series. I remember when it was in talks of being a movie first. So if you had a problem with it glorifying suicide then you should have said something about the BOOK before the tv show. They also changed the death from taking pills to wrist cutting for the fact that taking pills is always romanticized when it comes to suicide where wrist cutting is not.

    I think it needed to stay because it makes you uncomfortable, it makes you see that it’s not a simple cut and you fade away and all the pain is gone. It hurts, you are suffering, and it’s not instant. Then you see the suffering of the family finding her.
    If someone wants to kill themselves a tv show won’t make them if they already had their mind made up about it. Helping, listening, and looking for signs are the only way to truly help someone, not editing a show.

  • Jesse Ringle
    Jesse Ringle 4 months ago

    Joe rogan
    Phillip defranco

  • cece
    cece 4 months ago

    did he just call me a bastard -

  • blake moneé.
    blake moneé. 4 months ago

    yo honestly that 13rw scene was SO hard to watch i don't even think i watched the whole thing lmao i'm pretty sure i closed i eyes idk , i'm just not into gory stuff. i think it's dumb they took it down but like also i love how they did it 3 seasons later bc everyone has already seen it so it doesn't really matter haha so props to them for that i know they did that on purpose haha tbh people are just too sensitive nowadays and also hypocrites like the same people saying suicide is "glamorized" are the same ones saying that scene was "too graphics" but also we as a society need to "start a conversation" lol so like okay ... what do u want? if someone wants to kill themselves they're going to do it no matter what. no one who isn't suicidal is going to watch that and be like "hannah baker slit her wrists and died so *I* slit my wrist and died haha so quirky". people are so dumb this is the equivalent to people saying putting gay characters in kids shows/movies will turn their kids gay. now that i think bout it, they're probably the same ones saying 13rw make ppl kill themselves lol stfu

  • Kevin J
    Kevin J 4 months ago +1

    Sad about Bianca death but man looking into this is just sad, and all the people she played with online and IRL. RIP

  • Laura Iturralde
    Laura Iturralde 4 months ago

    Personally, that scene made me realize how horrible self harm looks. When you are doing it to yourself you don't realize the implications, but seeing it on someone else made me feel disgusted at myself and it showed me how it appears on the outside, making me come to terms that I never wanted to be in that position. I get the controversy behind the scene, but I believe that it's the only scene where suicide is not glorified.

  • Ashley Marie
    Ashley Marie 4 months ago

    I think that showing what actually happens when you decide to cut yourself with the intention to bleed to death was pretty damn important. As someone who has been through the moment of looking in the mirror, and suicide went from an idea to a decision. I think showing what it looks like was so important to me. It was supposed to hurt. It was good to cry for Hannah, and for her Mother. I think the problem with "glorifying" came with the tapes. Odds are, Zach wouldn't have been the good guy... There would not be these people going crazy over the tapes. Clay wouldn't have been the way he was. It created the idea that if you kill yourself people will stop everything.. it was just too much. The part that pissed me off was when the lady had washed Hannah's dress.
    ?: Did 13RW remove the rape scenes?

  • F.Y.E AMVs
    F.Y.E AMVs 4 months ago

    Seriously? You’re gonna highlight that garbage about the pewdiepie statement? I don’t understand why they even mentioned that in the buzzfeed article because it literally has nothing to do with this.

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    Sadly, I am actually quite unsurprised by the Bianca Davis story. I've seen a SHARP increase in outright disdain for women among my male peers. And the worse part, the statements heralding these changes get "likes" in the THOUSANDS. I used to hear people talk about this issue in the past and thought they were just fear mongering. Even if that was true then, it certainly isn't now. There is, without a doubt, a seriously substantial circle of young men who outright hate any woman not on her knees begging to be with them. So gals. Be ready to fight. And get smart about these ensuing threats. I don't see this issue going away anytime soon. And people who know these kinds of guys? Talk to them. They will only continue farther down these dark paths unless they are otherwise diverted. Oh and to all the guys out there who have a general distaste for females for whatever reason? Grow the fuck up. Yeah there are a lot of shitty gals out there. There's also a lot of shitty guys. But there's far more people worth being on good terms with than not. Oh and news flash. Being "rejected" by a lot of gals is not cause to decry them as a whole. It might mean you need to get your shit together. It might mean you just need to keep looking. It's probably both. Either way, it's absolutely NO one's fucking responsibility to be with you. But also, to gals who lead guys on for whatever reason? You better cut that shit out. I don't care what kind of daddy issues you had, some random guy does not deserve to suffer for it. By no means is physical violence warranted in those situations, but when you fuck with someone's emotional well being like that... well you better fucking be ready for what comes next.

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    Well alrighty then. Looks like it's time for the higher ups of Puerto Rico to be replaced. I want Roseo on the streets without any sort of political power whatsoever. Frankly, I think that country would do far better outside of U.S. jurisdiction, but that's a conversation for another time. For now, the highest levels of Puerto Rican power could use the same treatment as those of the U.S... a complete flush out.

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    I am disappointed with Netflix's decision here. The scene should have remained. It is exactly as Chrei Levesque put it. It SHOULD be scarring. Not for shock value. But to remind people of the ugly reality that is killing yourself. It is one of the few parts of 13 Reasons Why that I have no qualms about.

  • slapchop14
    slapchop14 4 months ago

    Say a news anchor from Puerto Rico was delivering news about New York, and every time they said New York they broke from their natural, normal Spanish cadence to pronounce "NOOO YAWK", wouldn't you think that anchor was a fuckin weirdo? No one, literally no one expects people who don't speak their language to awkwardly mangle the pronunciation of their country/city/territory/village etc. in the middle of otherwise normal sentences. I'm sure Phil could give a rat's ass about my opinion, but these are the types of things that always makes me feel like he's pandering to his audience. It's unnecessary and inauthentic. I realize that "what me, I'm just a normal dude just trying hard" is his schtick, and I know that despite this schtick he likes to project the "I've paid my dues and don't care what you think about me" attitude, but damn I wish he'd cool it on the brown-nose type stuff. Phil, you've carved out an unmistakably important niche. I think your influence it not to be denied. And it's a tremendously positive influence. But knock of the annoying shit!!!
    P.S. We all know how to use RU-clip Phil. Stop asking us to comment with our opinions on topics way too nuanced for most of us to be commenting on! Lol...I know it helps you make money, but it just encourages idiots to vomit verbal diarrhea about complex topics they've literally JUST heard about!!!
    Ok. That's enough. Have a wonderful weekend.

  • Mashmakhan
    Mashmakhan 4 months ago

    Pewdiepie #1 influencer

  • jenn lemmelin
    jenn lemmelin 4 months ago

    God you are annoying. I'm never watching this show again

  • No_but_I_got_cheez_whiz

    I think they should have kept the suicide scene in the show because it shows that suicide isnt pretty and its painful. Instead of the suicide scene being edited maybe they could have edited in season 2 the male sexual assault scene considering that scene made me sick to my stomache. They honestly should have just leaved the show alone

  • Vanna Meyers
    Vanna Meyers 4 months ago

    I'm a 19 year old female, I watched 13 reasons why about three times. This may be sad, but I was heavily abused by my mother from the ages of 9 to 15. I was sexually assaulted by a distant family member. In 2017 I finally had the nerves to tell my mother that I was assaulted by my distant family member. In the summer of 2018, my mother watched 13 reasons why by herself, after she finished watching the series she walked into my room and hugged me apologizing for all the things she did in the past. Because of 13 reasons why I became closer to my mother. I don't think it's fair that these big organization has a say in what Netflix should and shouldn't do with series. Until these organization show statistics of teenages killing themselves from watching 13 reasons why, I do not think it's fair.

  • Marlena thorvald
    Marlena thorvald 4 months ago

    Oh the Washington Post tried to link this tragedy to PewDiePie I'm so surprised

  • BeyondTheLizzy
    BeyondTheLizzy 4 months ago

    Most Influential for me would be:

  • sorucha
    sorucha 4 months ago


  • Trident True
    Trident True 4 months ago

    Thank you so much! I'm so happy to see this opinion being voicemail I was afraid to say otherwise online, but I thought 13 Reasons Why was he absolutely amazing show and allowed me to express the type of trauma and fix extreme emotion you feel when dealing with some real thoughts of suicide and depression not just the kind of surface-level depression most teens seem to go through no offense. I know a lot of people craps on the show but never before the show had I been able to relate with the character so well.
    The fact that you would take such a impactful and meaningful seeing is abhorring to me it makes me sad to be honest I can absolutely understand that it's triggering to some viewers and I would never want to do that to someone. But I wish that maybe there was a way to have alternate versions of the show? Like a tractors cut and a regular cut. Because I really do think that's something that's not worth getting rid of four people that wants to experience something like that. I'm a very drastic an emotional person so for me that wasn't scary that was like experiencing a high or something.

  • Gage Mcribins
    Gage Mcribins 4 months ago

    I thought the show sucked

  • ITZ Kittycat
    ITZ Kittycat 4 months ago

    The olive garden mom on Instagram, her name is Karen and she does Facebook lives on topics shes mad about and shes very inspirational

  • riley n
    riley n 4 months ago

    bianca also had a mental illness

  • Intuitive Duck
    Intuitive Duck 4 months ago

    People want attention, fame, status, power, & money. Healthy people know where to draw the line. Sick people seek more & more will never be enough... That is where obsession can lead you. I feel so bad for that poor girl.

  • Intuitive Duck
    Intuitive Duck 4 months ago +1

    "Ricky Leakes!" 🤣🤣🤣

  • Intuitive Duck
    Intuitive Duck 4 months ago +1

    I love watching Ben Shapiro. I get a ton of news in like, 5 minutes. Lol. He talks so fast & I like his opinions.

  • Elena Sweetapple
    Elena Sweetapple 4 months ago

    John Oliver for managing to inform me and change my mind about things that I was firm on (like the death penalty)

  • Jake38nine
    Jake38nine 4 months ago

    "Please let her rest peacefully." Is a joke. People "respect" the dead and yet also exploit the dead. There is no "resting peacefully" in their sense. People "respect" the dead more than they respect the living. It's a joke.
    Maybe I don't have a lot of trust in the people around me to respect my wishes when I die, so I just have the mentality that once I'm dead it doesn't matter what happens to my body because I will have no consciousness of what happens to it.

  • Gary Parker
    Gary Parker 4 months ago

    Any list of "Most Influential People on the Internet" that doesn't include Joe Rogan and Jordan Peterson is just out of touch.

  • Brenda Hernandez
    Brenda Hernandez 4 months ago

    Phil, what are some audiobooks that's you've listened to that you would recommend?

  • Jaimie Smith
    Jaimie Smith 4 months ago

    I love how passionate you are! It’s appreciated

  • aLeX ThOtSlAyEr
    aLeX ThOtSlAyEr 4 months ago

    Ben Shapiro is amazing ❤️

  • hinata167
    hinata167 4 months ago

    Jon Stewart

  • gretchenishere
    gretchenishere 4 months ago

    Leonardo DiCaprio, Phillip DeFranco, Trevor Noah and Eminem are probably very influential for me. But generally that always depends on which content one is exposed to at the time.

  • Jennifer Henriquez
    Jennifer Henriquez 4 months ago

    Dr. Mike is very influential.

  • JamlessJiminie
    JamlessJiminie 4 months ago

    BTS is easily the most influential people in my life, my role-models and the way they've impacted my life is immeasurable. their lyrics and videos, the work they put in everything they do, the way they love and care for each other and their fans so much, all of it's a lot, i love them a lot

    • JamlessJiminie
      JamlessJiminie 4 months ago

      Lissie Lamb with all due respect, that's really stereotypical. kpop as an industry has many flaws, as does hollywood, and as does the american music industry. and unfortunately, many groups are used as collateral for larger companies. but this is NOT true for all of these groups. they are people, whether the public or their companies view them as that or not, and they are not cogs in a machine. bts help millions of people, with their music or with their donations and though in the spotlight for 7+ years, they've remained humble and thankful for the success they've achieved. they're changing the kpop industry for the better.

    • Lissie Lamb
      Lissie Lamb 4 months ago

      That's nice but don't forget how grueling the lime light is on K pop stars. They are cogs in a machine

  • TreRonn
    TreRonn 4 months ago

    Sponsors and ads on a video about a girl getting killed wow...

    • CJ
      CJ 4 months ago

      Well yes, this is his job and it's a news show, he shares good and bad news.

  • marianna clutter
    marianna clutter 4 months ago

    Joe Rogan, You're self and Anna Akana have for sure made some of the biggest impacts for my self.