YouTube Influencer's Confrontation with French Wine Tour Guide Leads to Serious Consequences - Order Wine Online

YouTube Influencer's Confrontation with French Wine Tour Guide Leads to Serious Consequences

2023 年 Sep 02 日Always Reporting

In light of YouTuber Tana Mongeau's meltdown on a French wine tour, where she threatened violence against a tour guide for simply doing her job, French President ,Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron, has called Hunter Biden to reach out to the "big guy," aka President Biden, to ensure that the YouTuber is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for slandering France over walking wine tours that do not ply you with wine. Macron has also attempted to flex his french fry with Google, owner of YouTube, to have her YouTube channel permanently shut down.   As expected, Macron has already banned her from Disneyland Paris.  

According to Mongeau, the wine tour she was documenting for her YouTube channel and "Cancelled" podcast became a source of pain to her from the outset. In her August 6 podcast, Mongeau explained her version of events. There are two main reasons why Mongeau stated that she wanted to "curb stomp" and wished death upon the tour guide. First, Mongeau claims she was never informed that the tour did not involve vehicles, so she did not wear "Airmax's," the leading hiking shoe famous for comfort and durability among mountain climbers. The other sore subject was that the tour was heavy on French viticulture and was light on French wine. "I don't want to learn about grass fertilization in the middle of France in a town with a population of 300 at 8:40 a.m. after I've just walked a mile and a half, and there's yet to be a glass of wine in my hand," exclaimed Mongeau.

Fortunately, the tour guide was not harmed in the incident, as Mongeau was asked to leave the tour before the situation escalated further.

President Macron was deeply saddened upon hearing about the situation, especially since his country is grappling with what to do with all the FTX and Silicon Valley Bank fanny packs that American tourists recently left behind during their visits to France for the summer.

The White House has yet to comment on the matter, but when they do, we will be sure to bring you the news.


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