Food Blogger Gets Attacked By An Octopus That She Was Trying To Eat Alive
6It looked like a horror movie
The video went from a normal mukbang to a horror movie in such a short time that would’ve made ‘Ron Burgundy’ say ‘that escalated quickly!’ After a long and quite painful fight, she was able to pull the octopus off. But the octopus was able to rip a bit of her flesh from her cheek off.
7As you do so you get
She tried to take a bite out of a live octopus but ended up getting a bite taken out of her flesh. This is a perfect example of ‘As you do so you get’. She wanted to be a mukbangvlogger but this little stunt surely taught her a lesson. Many have even called this animal cruelty which it is not.
8It is part of her culture
The idea of eating seafood while it’s still alive is common in many parts of the world, including China. This was something she wanted to do to gain more popularity on the site and in the mukbang community. But, unfortunately, she did get famous but not for the reason she wanted.
9Her online reputation
She was identified by her online moniker “Seaside Girl Little Seven”. With a little digging, it was discovered that she was from the city of Lianyungang, in Jiangsu province. She is a mukbang blogger who has in the past live-streamed herself eating seafood. This time she wanted to up the stakes with live seafood.
10What is mukbang?
This was a trend that started in South Korea in 2010 and has now gained an audience in the United States. This is the lowest form of content creation where the entire premise is that you’re watching a person, eat food. That is all. You are watching a person eat loads of food while interacting with their fans via chat.