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Friday, 18 December 2015

R.I.P RosyStar AJ

Hello everyone. Its me, Aviator, aka Roar6477.
Where today, I have something, sad and depressing, and it starts with Aparri.
RosyStar AJ was an Animal Jam Youtuber, who scammed, and also hate-commented one of Aparri's video. 


This is Aparri's hate comment video. If you watch more, you'll see a comment by RosyStar AJ. Thats her. 
After, RosyStar's channel started receiving a ton of hate, and RosyStar started to get bullied. This led to her suicide. What also didn't help was the dark things happening in her life, and the guilt from her scamming.


This is a video her friend made on her channel. It will pretty much fill up any other gaps to my explaining. Its really sad that people do this when they have had enough in life.
This is in tribute of RosyStar, who gave up her life do to cyber-bullying, guilt, and pressure.

I was a big fan of RosyStar, it breaks my heart that she commit suicide. I love you RosyStar, and I hope you are in a good place now <3
If you knew how I felt right now, you would feel heartbroken. RosyStar was a brave person, she admitted her flaws.
If you spread any hate on this post, I understand you have a problem with her. But please, just put yourself in my shoes and try to feel like someone you know and love has slipped away.

Goodbye all. 



23 comments:

  1. I was gonna post basically the same thing.
    You missed a few things though.

    1. Rosy was going through some really rough and dark times in her life. She considered Animal Jam as her safe place. Ever since Aparri released that video, people hated on her when she was going through rough things.

    2. FrostProof, the one who made the video about her suicide, was given her YouTube password from Rosy the day before her suicide.

    3. Rosy was a scammer, though stopped for a while. But her scamming gave her more hate, despite the fact she had the guts to admit that she used to scam on a video.

    4. Some people say that she hated on Aparri's channel before, but the comment that was featured in Aparri's video was meant to be a joke.

    5. Just bringing this up - it isn't necessarily Aparri's fault - it's his fans' fault. THEY brought her the hate. But then again, Aparri did make the video. But I do believe that it was mainly his fan's fault.

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    1. Not necessarily missed, but I wanted to clear up a few things just in case.

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    2. Yes, I knew she was a scammer. But at least she admitted it, right?
      It is Aparri's fans fault for bullying RosyStar, and I'm not really blaming him on this one.

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  2. I'm sorry, but I don't believe this. Suicide is always in the news. Once there is a news story on it, I'll believe it, and not until then.

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    1. Not always. I've rarely seen any suicide in the news.

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    2. Her "friend" seems to have quite similar editing to her.

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    3. Her friend taught her how to make the thumbnails & videos

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    4. As disappointing as it is, I've never seen a suicide story on the news, despite having lost 4 friends to a boat accident earlier this summer.

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    5. I am very confused then, as in my area, when there is a suicide, it is literally the only thing the news reports on for like, the entire next week.

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    6. I agree with banana bro. Where I'm at there's a lot of suicide threats and people who self harm - from wanderer spellbinder

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    7. There is now proof that Rosy is alive. https://www.instagram.com/p/_m9f38sVI_/

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  3. Awww poor rosy:,( I never watched her videos but I've heard of that name before. RIP rosy you will be missed. This is really sad:(

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  4. She's lying. I was recently hospitalized for suicidal intents so this is like a slap in the face to me.

    Look at the fancy editing. Do you think someone whose close friend suddenly committed suicide would have the strength, much less the motivation, to heavily edit a video - much less do it in the exact same manner as their "friend" always did?

    Rosystar is just like Eggplant, making up a tragic story for attention and subscribers. It's like a twisted case of Munchausen syndrome.

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  5. I'm not sure whether this is real or not, but no matter what, this is still important. This is a reminder of how drastic people can act, and what their bottom line is.

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    1. It's been proven she was just faking it the entire time. Pretty insulting to people that actually have committed suicide or have tried, as well as those who have legitimate mental disorders.

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    2. Cerise, please say it, PLEAEE! It will make my day, just say "You were right Taco"

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    3. Its real. Someone posted it on their Instagram. I forget who, but it proves that RosyStar was just faking.
      Wow.

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  6. That's disgusting..

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  7. No offense, but I don't believe she faked it. She made that video previous to her suicide, and handed her friend the password. Then, her friend posted it on YouTube, believing she committed suicide and was no longer alive. However, RosyStar was in rehabilitation after, and had no access to the Internet.

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    1. Rosy herself has admitted she faked it. Plus, even with the rehabilitation part, she claimed she was DEAD, not in rehabilitation at first.

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