I first saw Seo’s YouTube channel in January.
It’s been the most popular of all the channels in recent years and is the only one that has more than 5 million subscribers.
But I found Seo hard to follow on the social media platform.
I had to go searching for him on Google+ and YouTube to find anyone who knew how to find him.
I’d never seen anything like that.
He had been making videos that have since been removed, and I had never heard of him.
Seo has been accused of promoting hate speech against minorities.
When I asked him about his views, he denied all of it.
He didn’t have any personal beef with anyone, he just wanted to make videos.
In fact, Seo is quite tolerant of others.
He told me he was “not interested in creating a hate space” and that he “doesn’t want people to be able to go around and say stuff that is offensive to me.”
That’s a statement that’s easy to hear.
Seolong isn’t the first to get the wrong end of the stick.
When he was growing up, the internet was just a place for the most extreme, unrepentant racists to spew their hate, with no rules or accountability.
And it’s been there ever since.
“The internet has a lot of people who hate each other and are willing to be hateful,” Seo told me.
“If you have an account, you can say anything you want.
There’s no way around that.
The internet has changed a lot, but the hate hasn’t changed.”
In 2012, when Seo released his first album, It Was a Wonderful Life, it received a lot more attention than it had in years.
I interviewed Seo for an interview that I’d been watching religiously for years, and one of the questions I asked was how Seo was able to make music like This is Your Life.
He said that the internet helped.
“I had never done any online stuff before,” he said.
“In fact, I didn’t even know what it was.”
He explained that the site had allowed him to create a personal narrative for his songs, which was different from what he would have done if he were doing something that wasn’t in the public eye.
“Now, I don’t know if you can get people to buy my album.
It is not really on iTunes or Spotify or any of that, it’s just not in the music world,” he told me, explaining that he was trying to “make my music for people who would never buy it if I were selling it for money.”
Seo also admitted that he had not been paying attention to his audience, and that his fans were just trying to get him to make better music.
“People who don’t like my music and want me to stop making music, that’s not my fault,” he admitted.
“That’s the way it is.
They don’t understand that.
That’s why I don- They don- Like to make money.”
As a result, he felt like he needed to make more music.
He started doing videos, and now he has more fans than ever before.
His new album, In the Name of the Music, is out March 20, but Seo said that it’s not his first record.
“It’s not a new album.
I have done the first three records,” he explained.
“But I didn- I was not listening to the music.
It was not my thing.
I was trying my best to make this album for the people who liked my music.”
“I just don’t have the same respect that I used to have when I was making music,” Seolang told me when I asked about his record sales.
“When I first started making music it was because of me.
I didn, you know, I was the only black guy making music.”
His fans, however, are not the only ones to be turned off by Seo.
He’s been accused multiple times of promoting racism against the black community.
He is accused of being an “anti-Semite,” “anti Muslim,” and “anti white.”
He was also sued by a woman who said he was sending her sexual messages.
The harassment has led to Seo having to take a step back from his videos, but he hasn’t been afraid to do so.
“As long as I have a voice, as long as there’s a platform, I will continue to make the videos and speak about my experiences,” Seomang said.
He also has an entire website dedicated to educating people about what he has to say.
And if you ask anyone on the internet about Seo, they’ll probably tell you that they agree with his message.
“We’ve been on the same page for so long that it hasn’t really sunk in,” Seong said.
The way Seo sees it, racism is