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The child idol Pontus Rasmusson, 24, is undeniably struggling. YouTube shut down his channels after they determined he was sexualizing minors. This when he addressed topics such as incest and rape in some videos.

Pontus himself said that his channels were shut down because of the “Jante Law”.

Pontus Rasmusson sold thongs in his webshop. “One day you might get to show them to the man behind the design (Pontus),” it read.

The companies broke with Pontus Rasmusson after the scandals

After a major review by the Svenska Dagbladet, Pontus Rasmusson got his ears hot, and the scandals surrounding his person came to the surface. Several partners broke with Pontus Rasmusson.

On YouTube, Pontus Rasmusson had over 170,000 subscribers. Image source: Youtube/Pontus Rasmusson

Pontus Rasmusson applied for a job as a cleaner

Pontus Rasmusson looked for other jobs. Among other things as a cleaner and at a hamburger chain. But according to his own statement, he got the nob because of the reputation he now has.

– I got an answer quite quickly. And both said no. They said no because of the rumors that have been spread about me. It made me realize that I will never be able to have a regular job unfortunately. All that I have sacrificed and done on Youtube has meant that I can never have a normal, ordinary job if you say so, explained Pontus on Snapchat.

What is Pontus Rasmusson doing today?

Pontus Rasmusson has tried to start new channels on Youtube, but they have been shut down in a flash. Now he is instead on TikTok and Patreon. Pontus Rasmusson has already received criticism because he has started asking his followers for expensive gifts, something that Svenska Dagbladet drew attention to earlier this week.

In addition to Patreon and TikTok, Pontus has now released a new single. He has previously become famous for his songs “Mm yeah” which has over 880,000 plays on Spotify.

A cover of “Bumbibjörnarna” has 281,000 plays and the questionably titled song “Birthday sex” has been streamed 169,000 times.

Pontus’ new song is called “Beautiful girls”, and on Instagram Pontus himself wrote about the song that it is a “tribute to you fantastic girls”. The song is a cover of Sean Kingston’s “Beautiful girls” from 2007.

The comments section was quickly filled with derisive comments.

“May I ask what age group you’re targeting?”

“He probably plays this at the 12-year-olds’ disco”

“You didn’t even make the song did you?”

“Sickest thing I’ve ever heard, damn it”

“Does he have to ruin all the songs?”

“Sounds like you’re singing karaoke”.

On Spotify, Pontus’ new song has so far had around 3,000 plays. Whether there will be more remains to be seen.

Source: Then24

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