The van life has become a trend online. We see rich You-tubers traveling around the west coast in a van in the most remote location. Lots of these tubers have extravagant vehicles and have plenty of gas in their tanks. They challenge to out do the next You-tuber has caused many deaths.
Since the change of CEO at YouTube, the platform has become a way for propaganda media to infiltrate our minds. Daughters and sons of wealthy parents have gravitated toward YouTube using it as a platform to promote propaganda and fake media. What we don't see is how rich the parents of these youtubers are that allows them to travel and spend 100s of thousands of dollars on their extravagant TV lifestyle.
The effect of this propaganda comes at a high price. Let's take a look at Gabby Petito who went missing in Utah after she was trying to imitate youtubers by going on a road trip with her boyfriend in a van. She expressed to her lover that she wanted to start a YouTube channel about traveling. everyday.
What we don't see is how rich the parents of these youtubers are that allows them to travel and spend 100s of thousands of dollars on their extravagant TV lifestyle.
Not having any money or wealthy parents to back it up, she set sail for the west coast from Florida with no knowledge of van life or traveling or high budget TV production.
Gabby can be seen on police body cam video crying as if she were mentally ill after the cops got a call about a domestic disturbance. The couple was separated and a few weeks later the parents of Gabby reported her missing.
The boyfriend was found back in Florida with his parents and the van. But no Gabby. If you have any info, call the FBI.
The moral of this story is bad parenting and unrealistic life goals including irresponsible youtubers.
Parents. Never let your children go on a road trip cross country without preparing them. Make sure the people they are traveling with are reliable honest people. Have an emergency plan for them.
Don't believe what you see on YouTube. Those people were born super wealthy and have tons of money for production. The van life is not to be taken literally. It is a front on YouTube for entertainment only. These Instagram models and tubers who take pictures and vids with vans don't actually live that life. When cameras are off they have daddy's mansion to relax afterwards. The real van life looks nothing like what you see on Instagram or YouTube.
Always have a plan so if anything happens on your trip you are prepared. People go missing everyday.