While there are a lot of vloggers out there who are scrambling and pouring their hearts out in creating useful content for their followers, there are others who unexpectedly earn views simply by doing the usual stuff.
Just like that Malaysian vlogger who went viral for doing “nothing” on his 2-hour long video, this time, another vlogger – a Filipino this time just went live and documented himself, sleeping!
Marnie Saez of Cavite City just went to a peaceful sleep one night and surprisingly woke up to his “live” video has gained over 1 million views!
The viral sleeping video which went on for several hours all started with Saez writing “Time to sleep nga beshy tara sama kayo” before he went to sleep that night with his live video still turned on.
The video has now gained over 1.8 Million views and the reason for that still remains unknown. Perhaps, it has never occurred in anyone’s dream that a video of a sleeping person can gain that much number of views.
Because the clip gained a lot of views, it was no longer a surprise that many people also posted hilarious comments on the said clip. There was even one who joked that there should be card games so that people will be entertained while watching Saez sleep.
Another one said that because many people are watching Saez sleep, he can be assured that nothing wrong will happen to him.
According to Buzzooks, Saez, later on, revealed that he is happy that many people cared enough for him to even watch him sleep. He is just thankful for everyone because, during that time, he was actually feeling depressed after nearly breaking up with his live-in partner with whom he’d been together for 5 years.
While others may think that he did is just another stunt for gaining views and attention, Saez says that as long as there are people who are happy while watching him, that is more than enough for him. He also adds that all he wanted was to spread good vibes to everyone.
If you’re curious too, here goes the full vid:
Time to sleep nga beshy tara sama kayo
Posted by Marnie Saez on Thursday, August 6, 2020
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