'And this kid slapped her huge d**k on the table and was, like, a six-year-old who goes "Oh, I have 125,000".
"I'm going to apologize first", Dawson says in the video.
"It's disgusting that some people are saying I'm a f**king paedophile because of some s***ty a** f**king jokes on a podcast from six years ago!" Speaking of the original clip, which he played in full, he says "That clip wasn't amusing, but when I play that clip you can hear my co-host laughing".
'So why is it that when someone Googles, like, "naked baby" and jerks off to it, they can get arrested?
He then adds: "Here's the worst part of it, I actually went to Google..."
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Shane has since responded to the video, saying: 'That video is all jokes taken out of context and has all the punchlines removed.
A famous YouTuber has issued a video statement after allegations of pedophilia began circulating about him on Twitter. "I just wanted to see, let me pretend I'm a paedophile for a second".
'So I typed in "naked baby". First of all, I don't understand why anybody would be turned on by that.
"I went to Google and I didn't want to see child porn", Dawson continues. But, they were sexy.
The vlogger, who commands 11,722,292 subscribers, vehemently defended himself in a video titled "regarding he rumours about me today", after the explosive audio surfaced. I am sorry that I was, like, so f***ing insecure and, like, playing this character. this guy who's f***ing insane and will say anything and tries to make people laugh by shocking them. I loved the feeling of making somebody shocked and laugh because they couldn't believe what was coming out of my mouth. I wasn't confident enough to make smart jokes. "I was doing s-- that was racially insensitive, I was doing s-- that was homophobic, I was doing s-- that could be considered fat shaming, I was doing some f--ed up comedy stuff that I'm not proud of". Instead of dragging me down people should use me as an example of a creator who can CHANGE and better themselves and their content. YouTube's rules also very clearly state that "it's not okay to post large amounts of repetitive and/or re-uploaded videos to your channel", which Pop Blast's channel did multiple times over the course of several hours. "Listening to that clip just now, I didn't laugh; I didn't think it was amusing". "I'm kidding", he laughed.