Artists and Comedians React to the Internets Most Viral “Love” Videos | Browser History | Fuse

With the internet there’s some videos that are here today and gone tomorrow, but then there’s those that live in your mind rent free. Watch as some of your favorite artists, influencers and comedians such as Coi Leray, Ayyde, and Tim Chantarangsu react and give advice to some the internets most viral love videos.
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