Internet comedian Watts Up Mickey is causing a stir on social media after an explicit video of him went viral online. He has since taken to his Instagram account to address the controversy.
Influencer Baddie Megan recently uploaded an explicit video of herself alongside Watts Up Mickey on OnlyFans. The video showed adult footage where the duo presented themselves sans clothes.
Megan and Watts Up Mickey were left stunned when the video, which was secured behind a pay wall, found itself on Twitter and Instagram. It remains unclear whether the duo intentionally leaked the explicit footage.
Since then, Watts Up Mickey has deleted his official Instagram account. However, he went on to create a new account to address the matter at hand.
Who is Watts Up Mickey?
Watts Up Mickey is best known for his comedic content online. He has also gained a following for being the brother of fellow comic Watts Homie Quan. Along with creating hilarious content, the duo dabbled in music as well. They released their single G’d UP in 2015.
After creating a new Instagram account, Watts Up Mickey had amassed 410 followers at the time of writing this article. In his bio, he wrote
While addressing his and Megan’s video getting leaked online, he wrote in his Instagram story:
In another Instagram story he said- “everybody weird asf.” Mickey went on to admit that he “did it for the clout.” He wrote online:
As the comic continued to ask his followers to feel sympathetic towards him over the video getting leaked online, Megan took to her Twitter account to respond to critics. One of them wrote on Twitter:
Megan responded by saying that Mickey “hit me up.” She also added that she was unaware of his internet stardom. In her tweet, she also said- “from his social media hes not even famous but ok lol.”
Watts Homie Quan addresses his brother’s explicit video getting leaked
Mickey’s brother Watts Homie Quan took to his Instagram stories to defend his brother. He also clapped back at those who were trolling his brother online. Quan’s Instagram story read:
In another Instagram story, Quan added that he is letting “God handle this situation.” He also stated that he is not going to “allow nobody to bully nobody” and that he “stand behind my bro.”