João Franco from Below Mediterranean Deck recently shared that a fan wanted to wish each other a birthday present, while at the same time calling the birthday boy a series of inappropriate names.
Franco mocked him Instagram story, “I feel the love in this one!” Cameo’s famous video platform has become increasingly popular. Fans can purchase a video message from their favorite celebrity and instruct the celebrity to say just about anything.
The problem is sometimes fan requests go a little too far. Colin Macy-O’Toole from Below Deck Med recently talking about what he did with a questionable Cameo he found. Macy-O’Toole decided to go ahead and make the video because of what the fan wanted to say.
Celebrities can let Cameo go extinct
Macy-O’Toole said he let Cameo’s request go out which he was not comfortable doing. “You know Cameos, they can tell you what to say,” he said Hot Takes & Deep Dives podcast. “I had a Cameo once they told me something bad to say. Like ‘Wishing my boyfriend a happy birthday. And also say that Conrad sucks or something like that. ”
“I did not do it,” he continued. Adds, “I didn’t even make the Cameo. I let him go. Yeah, I was like, ‘I’m not doing this. ‘”Cameo for Macy-O’Toole is $ 50. Franco charges the same price.
Why do Celebrities Make Cameo? “I feel like you can never take off your shoes, put your feet up and say, ‘Oh I did it,'” Gottfried says of fame. “90% of a career is just reminding people that you are still alive. Gottfried costs $ 150 for a video. It also has a good review and got 4.9 out of five stars.
Reporters from The West Bay division as a American Idol A competitor to Cameo denied their request. “Last year, we asked the American Idol Season 1 runner, Justin Guarini, wants to record a Cameo for Mark McGrath, apologizing to him for something we had said earlier (long story). Guarini responded in person in less than a minute with a polite but firm manner. Happy Thanksgiving. ‘”