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Celebrity Dr. Pimple Popper Says She Lost Lucrative Income after YouTube Termed Content Too Graphic

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Celebrity Sandra Siew Pin Lee Rebish, well-known as Dr. Pimple Popper, is an American dermatologist and social media influencer. She says that she has lost a significant source of income because YouTube deemed her videos to be “too graphic” for advertisers. Despite having millions of subscribers, the doctor claims that access to advertising revenue for her videos has been blocked.

The owner of a YouTube channel, known for its pimple-popping videos, claims she lost a nearly six-figure income stream after the platform rejected it because it was too graphic to generate revenue. The pimple-popping franchise’s dermatologist began her career on YouTube in 2010 before landing her own show on TLC and growing her fan base there as well.

Despite having more than 7 million subscribers and 2 billion views, Lee claims that despite this, YouTube still considers her content to be “too graphic”; she called this determination “subjective.” Influencer Marketing Hub calculated Lee should make between $3 and $5 for every 1,000 views on her videos, which would have translated to between $6 and $10 million from her 2 billion total views.

According to YouTube policy, anyone who publishes “graphic or violent content” runs the risk of having their videos taken down and, in the worst cases, having their account suspended. This includes visuals intended to shock or disgust viewers, such as footage or imagery depicting bodily fluids like blood or vomit. Looks like Lee’s content fell into this category.

The celebrity dermatologist claims her followers adore her talent. She stated that she was really proud that kids know what lipoma is now or that they understand a cyst cannot be squeezed; the sack needs to be completely removed. By serving as a reliable source on dermatology, Lee believes she is assisting in the fight against medical misinformation. The same kind of content warning messages are beginning to show up on some of Lee’s TikTok videos, she continued. She surmised that they suddenly changed the rules.

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