Food Blogger Gets Attacked By An Octopus That She Was Trying To Eat Alive
YouTube is filled with different genres of videos one can watch. A new emerging trend is that of mukbang. In its simplest form, a mukbang video is usually of a person eating a large amount of food while talking to their audience. While some try to make this type of video content entertaining by eating spicy food others try to do even more unique things like eating their food while it’s still alive.
Now, there is a saying ‘As you do, so you get’ and that applies to this story.
The video in question here was of a Chinese vlogger who was live streaming. During this live stream, she attempted to eat an octopus alive. This did not go as planned as they octopus latched onto her face and refused to let go. The vlogger tried her very best to pull it off which resulted in her ripping her skin off in the process.
2Who was she?
She goes by the name “Seaside Girl Little Seven” on the online communities and is a vlogger and streamer. You know people do a lot for online fame and she tried to do the same. Now where people like Logan Paul try to be as offensive as possible she tried to do something that wasn’t offensive but was rather stupid.
3What actually happened?
So in the viral video she greets her fans and tells them she will be attempting to eat an octopus. This would’ve been fine and dandy if the octopus was not alive. Yes, the vlogger tried to bite into a very live and healthy octopus. This did not end with her telling the audience how delicious it was.
4The octopus fought back
No matter how weak you are when someone tries to take a bite out of your flesh you are going to fight back. And that is exactly what the octopus did when the vlogger took her first bite. The octopus grabbed on to whatever it could with its suckers and the closest thing it could find was her face.
5The fight ensued
After this, it was a long tug-of-war between the vlogger and the octopus. As we were taught in school that the tentacles found on an octopus have suckers that work as a suction cup. Once it clings on to a surface trying to take it off is quite hard and this octopus had eight legs. All of them were clinging on to her face.