Andy Warski is a comedian, vlogger and YouTuber of Canadian descent with a massive following all over the world. Her YouTube channel, Andywarski, has over 250,000 subscribers and 600 videos as of February 2019. The social media star’s vlogs have earned her a ‘controversial’ rating for being sexist, mean, anti-feminist and not white. Often his videos speak against the LGBTQ community.
The YouTuber has also increased his following perfect mocking or malicious videos from other well-known YouTubers like Jaclyn Glenn, Laci Green and Franchesca Ramsey. What really happened to this promising star? Let us discover together as we take a look at his life and career.
Biography of Andy Warski (YouTuber)
The Canadian YouTuber was born on January 5, 1989 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. His parents were never mentioned for what they did or if they are still alive. Nonetheless, he was raised in his hometown alongside his two sisters, Melanie and Carrie. He attended St. Martin’s High School before continuing his college education at the Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
In 2012, Andy Warski started his career with the movie “Dark Fist”, which he not only wrote and directed, but also played as an actor. It wasn’t until 2015 that he started posting comedy sketches on YouTube (an online video-sharing platform). Some of his most popular speeches include “Dumbest Celebrity Quotes Ever”, “Dumbest Instagram Posts Ever”, and “I Have An Arrested Child”.
Beginning in 2017, Andy’s videos began to take on a political perspective, portraying racist and anti-feminist viewpoints. This attracted more people, thus increasing her popularity and fame. Some of her most viewed videos on YouTube include “Riley Dennis is a Model”, “How YouTube Ruins Your Channel: More Secret Codes”, “Anita Tries to Ruin Blade Runner, Like Everything She Does”. The others are “Lena Dunham Says Something Stupid…As Always”, “No Violence During Ben Shapiro Berkeley Speech”, “Wear Trumpet Hat In Public, Attacked On Camera: 100% No Joke” and “The Kilroy Event: Free Speech – This Is Gonna Be Big”.
Most of his critics have described him as Pro-Trump (President of the United States) mainly because he is conservative and considers himself a Republican. This is evident in his views and opinions which are considered alternative rights (or alternative rights). Affirmations aimed at women, such as “Women if you want equal rights, go for it yourselves” have been credited to her.
Andy Warski began production on the American TV series “Warski Live” since 2017, playing the lead role himself alongside fellow YouTuber Chris Warski.
What happened to him?
This question has preoccupied everyone who cares again or once about the YouTuber, as he recently bled his followers on YouTube. Ever since her “Warski Live” co-host Chris Warski took some time off the show, her channel has been in freefall. Many critics and some of its early supporters blamed this on its transition from entertainment to politically charged subjects.
Canada’s sexist and anti-feminist views coupled with its rants against the gay community have been the main reasons it loses its supporters. Most avid Andy Warski fans lost interest after going from ordinary 10-20 minute videos to a live stream that could last for hours.
Warski eventually shifted the focus from being an Anti-SJW to verbally attacking fellow YouTubers through his rants and live streams. He had feuds with Jaclyn Glenn, Laci Green and even Franchesca Ramsey. Andy fell out with former ‘Warski Live’ co-host Jean-Francois Gariepy, better known as JF, following misunderstandings that erupted during an episode of the show. Things got worse when Warski’s latest videos are about attacking JF.
Where is he now?
The Canadian born vlogger and YouTuber hasn’t been entirely off the grid. He’s posted a fair number of tweets and videos this year alone, most of them not entertaining but focusing on his feud with Jean Francois.
Andy Warski is still single at the moment but in a relationship with a woman whose identity is not yet known. As of now, the YouTubers still reside in Canada, apparently in Ontario.