Ned Fulmer: "Try Guys": Affair with employee - Youtuber group fires one of their stars

In the social networks, a name has been established in recent years: "Wife Guy".

Ned Fulmer: "Try Guys": Affair with employee - Youtuber group fires one of their stars

In the social networks, a name has been established in recent years: "Wife Guy". This refers to men in public life whose personality is based almost entirely on the fact that they are married. These gentlemen regularly mention their wives on their profiles, praise them and write declarations of love.

For years, such a "Wife Guy" was Ned Fulmer, video creator of the Youtuber group "Try Guys", which posts experiments on the video platform and has over seven million subscribers.

His wife Ariel Fulmer, whom he has dubbed "Saint" on several occasions, has often been part of the "Try Guys" videos. Not only did she do the interior design for the "Try Guys" office, she also published a cookbook with her husband for the perfect "date night". Now it came out: there was apparently little behind the facade of Fulmer's adoring husband. On Tuesday, the "Try Guys" announced that Ned Fulmer was to be parted with immediately. "As a result of a thorough internal review, we see no common way forward," the group said in a statement. And Fulmer himself confessed he had a "consensual relationship in the workplace."

He thus confirmed what many Internet detectives had found out in the past few days. The first conjectures arose recently when Fulmer was cut from productions of the "Try Guys". Things then took their course on Reddit.

A user, who has since deleted his profile, posted screenshots of private Instagram messages between himself and the fiancé of a "Try Guys" employee. The user informed the fiancé that his partner was spotted making out with Ned Fulmer in a New York bar. Slightly blurry photos of the two were also included.

The cuckolded wife of Fulmer, the "saint" Ariel, was also informed by the user. When the rumors were confirmed on Tuesday, she released a statement on her Instagram profile. "Nothing is more important to me and Ned than our family and all we ask of you now is that you respect our privacy for the sake of our children," Ariel Fulmer wrote there.

What resulted were the usual steps in the age of social media. The three other "Try Guys" unfollowed the page jumper on Instagram. His comment columns, in turn, were (and still are) bombarded by disappointed fans who bought his "wife guy" image for many years. The moral of the story could be: Don't believe everything you see on social media.

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