Jenna Marbles, a previous YouTuber, has tied the knot with her long-term companion, Julien Solomita.
Julien posted the news on Instagram, showcasing himself and Jenna, whose real name is Jenna Mourey, along with their dogs.
“Married otters,” read the caption as Julien embraced Jenna in their wedding clothes.
Their adored canine, Marbles, could be observed resting in a pram.
The engagement of the couple was made public in April 2021 when Julien disclosed the news during a Twitch livestream.
He revealed: “Not long ago, I proposed to Jenna and she accepted. Therefore, we are now engaged.”
With the diamond ring he proposed to Jenna with, Julien, who is a content creator also, then showed off his engagement band.
The YouTuber said that he didn’t have any particular reason to pop the question, but he woke up just wanting to be married to her.
The pair has been in a relationship since 2013.
“OMG!! Massive congratulations to you both!! Finally accomplished it for them,” exclaimed fellow YouTuber Jacksepticeye.
“Yay, congratulations guys!” Exclaimed PewDiePie, one of the largest creators on the platform.
Disconnected from the Power Grid
The news comes over two years after Jenna announced she was leaving vlogging after fans criticized her for posting “racist” videos.
“I sense that we are currently in a period where we are cleansing ourselves of all things harmful and detrimental,” she initiated in a video she posted on her channel during that period.
Marbles, the queen, has said that she has made mistakes in the past and it is not entirely free of problems. Some fans have told her that she is “not completely unproblematic,” noting that.
Over the past decade, there have been several controversial videos created by Jenna, a YouTuber who imitated Nicki Minaj in blackface. One of these videos included shaming women who were sexually active and making a racist joke about Asian men. Additionally, there was a controversial music video titled “Bounce That D***”.
Jenna explained that some people believed she was wearing blackface makeup in the private video she made after learning about it, even though she didn’t intend to.
Recognizing the racially offensive “Bounce That D***” video, she expressed, “It’s terrible, it should not exist, it’s unforgivable, it’s unacceptable.
I should never have said that I shouldn’t exist. It doesn’t need to exist whenever, now, then I’m incredibly sorry if this offended you.
“It’s not cool, it’s not adorable, it’s not acceptable, and I’m ashamed that I ever made that.”
She mentioned: “I have made every effort to mature and become a more improved individual.
“I always strive to do things differently or find ways to improve, just like when you give me constructive criticism. I have always known that I want everyone to know that I have always been a two-way street, above all else.”
Do I try to make inclusive and fun content that doesn’t upset or offend people, in any way possible?
A weeping Jenna expressed that she can no longer “survive on this platform” and removed all of her objectionable videos.
Despite her lack of activity on all her social media platforms, Jenna continues to retain almost 20 million subscribers on her YouTube channel.