YouTuber Shane Dawson recently posted a two-part series on conspiracy theories. He has become known for his conspiracy videos and documentary type videos. Towards the end of last year, Shane Posted a five-part series on controversial YouTuber jake paul and had not posted since.
Everyone was dying for a new Shane video. He announced he would be posting in February after a long four-month hiatus from youtube. I for one was so excited because his conspiracy videos are one of my favorite type of content from him. The amount of work him and Andrew (his friend, filmer, and editor) put into these videos is unreal.
Upon watching this video, it exceeded my expectations exponentially, and I felt like a proud mother watching it. It opened my eyes about so much. However, it also gave me trust issues when it comes to my favorite childhood hangout Chuck E. Cheese.
Let me preface; this is just a conspiracy and I happen to believe it. Is it because I'm gullible and believe everything Shane says? Probably. In this video, Shane conspiracies that employees of Chuck E. Cheese collect uneaten pieces of pizza and fit those pieces back together and construct the pizza back together as a new one.
Gross huh? When I first was watching, I believed that there was absolutely no way this could be true. However, after fully watching the hour and a half video I was sold
Like I said, at first I thought this was far fetched until later in the video Shane and his friends head to Chuck E. Cheese to see if the slices are even like most pizza and they weren't and it looked as if the pizza was thrown together. As soon as I saw this red flags went off. How could it be? I told basically everyone I knew who hadn't seen this video about this conspiracy.
One day when I was at work, I was talking to my manager about it, and she said she was actually going to go to Chuck E. Cheese that day with her 5-year-old niece for her birthday. When I first told her about the conspiracy she was a bit skeptical until she went there herself and actually ordered one of their pizzas.
She sent me a picture and was shocked that the pizza actually did come out this way. The slices weren't even, and the pizza just did not fit together. I've attached a picture with the slices outlined to show what pizza slices could have initially fit together before it was reconstructed.
The pizza was given to her at Chuck E. CheeseElizabeth Duncan Personal Picture
Chuck E. Cheese has since made public statements on social media platforms claiming that their pizza is indeed freshly made for each customer. However, I will let you be the judge of that. Shane Dawson has apparently been told to take the video down, but that is just a rumor as of now. I am curious to see the outcome of this all.