Try Guys reveal what they really wanted to say after finding out about Ned Fulmer's affair
5 October 2022, 11:44 | Updated: 7 October 2022, 11:46
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Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang were legally unable to say everything they wanted to say.
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The Try Guys have released a new video in which they reveal what they wanted to say amid Ned Fulmer's cheating scandal.
Last week (Sep 27), Ned Fulmer left The Try Guys after it was confirmed that he had had an affair with a colleague. Yesterday (Oct 4), The Try Guys published their first video without Ned. In the emotional video, they say: "We are obviously incredibly shocked and deeply hurt by all of this. This is someone who we built a brand and a company with for eight years."
Addressing their viewers, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang also say: "Throughout this video, there are things that we want to say or go into further but, I'm sure as you're aware, there are some legal issues we have to consider."
Now, Keith, Zach and Eugene have posted a TikTok video in which they show fans how they really reacted to the news.
Taking to TikTok yesterday, the trio posted a video with the caption: "What we wanted to say last week". In the snippet, Keith and Zach are on FaceTime with Eugene and they can be seen walking into the middle of a field before screaming at the top of their lungs. At the end of the video, Keith and Zach show Eugene sipping tea and Zach says: "Thanks for watching".
The video quickly went viral on TikTok with over 3.4 million views and over 800,000 likes. One person commented: "Like. That had to feel cathartic." Another added: "Eugene being on FaceTime for this is a vibe. Sip that tea hunny".
Someone else wrote: "I hope Ned realizes how much his actions have hurt everyone around him."
In a separate tweet, Keith, Zach and Eugene have confirmed that Ned will be "edited out of some new videos". They've also confirmed that they are "not editing him out of old videos that are already released" and he will still appear in some branded content that's already been filmed. However, going forward, they will film all videos without Ned.
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