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Watch It Wednesday: Marcus Butler

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One of the first YouTubers I ever started watching was Marcus Butler. True story, I first decided to watch him because I knew he was friends with Zoe and Alfie so therefore I should watch all of his videos. 
At first, I loved all the collabs that he would do and any other funny video. He has always done skits frequently, but they're not my favorite. He does a lot of dare videos, Q&As along with the skits and any other random video. His videos with his sisters are some of my favorite. When he was with his now ex-girlfriend, Niomi, I loved those videos the most (#Narcus shipper for life...). 
When he hit 1 million subscribers, he made a parody rap and I became obsessed with it, and now he recently put up another rap. It's all for fun but they are both seriously catchy...
Marcus also has two other channels besides his main channel, which is just his name. MoreMarcus, his second channel, started out as just vlogs from big events, to daily vlogging, to now turning into more videos of him with the occasional daily vlog. I personally fell in love with him and his videos when he daily vlogged, as they always put a smile to my face, and his interest in eating right and working out inspired me (not that I've really taken action yet, but I'm more conscious of eating healthy). He also has a gaming channel that he hasn't posted on in a while, but it mainly consisted of stupid addicting games or car games and sims. 
In my opinion, the era of Marcus' daily vlogging was his best on all channels, but then with the Narcus breakup he went into a bit of a funk around that time, but now his videos are much more like the Marcus I loved and I'm happy he's finding his own groove again.

So, if you are looking for a laugh, give any of Marcus Butler's channels a go!

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