Jack’s Confession: Finn Is Fake

So I have been a subscriber of the British twins, Jack and Finn Harries , and I do truly enjoy their video. But last week, February 04, Jack released this video and told the world his secret–that Finn is fake. His twin brother Finn, dubbed as “the better twin” by their followers, never existed. That he is merely a figment of Jack’s imagination and a product of today’s modern technology.

Reading the comments of Finn’s followers made me laugh. From the moment Jack said, “Finn is fake,” I already told myself, “I will have a good time reading the comments below.” So Jack goes on and gave the viewers a tour at the “JacksGap Studio,” where he claims all the “Finn making” takes place.

He featured how the videos are made and how people helped him pull off the hoax. He showed the girl whom he featured in some of his videos as his cousin and said she was actually a make up artist in the studio. He also showed a girl hired to run Finn’s social networking sites to make Finn’s existence believable. And the video went on.

The funny part though, which I observed has been missed by many of Finn’s followers as at 04:17-04:22 of the video.

So I present to you, Jack’s confession.

3 thoughts on “Jack’s Confession: Finn Is Fake

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