Over the weekend, Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald welcomed their fourth child.
Like many famous parents, they did not initially reveal everything about their newborn.
When Jessa revealed her daughter’s name, it was actually a little controversial.
Not the name — but the way that Jessa wants money for every person who learns it.
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald’s fourth child’s name wasn’t uploaded in a simple Instagram caption.
Instead, the mother uploaded a YouTube video with the news.
She also teased the name announcement … as if eager for clicks on her video so that she could monetize the views.
Just because Jessa’s big reveal is on YouTube hasn’t prevented drama from playing out on Instagram.
If you have ever shared any link with anyone on social media, you know that some people will always want to make you do the work for them.
That was Jessa’s experience, too, with tons of commenters asking what the dang name was already.
They weren’t asking Jessa, necessarily. Jessa had already made a whole video about it.
Instead, they were asking other followers.
If clicking a simple link in someone’s bio is “work,” then they were basically asking to copy off of each other’s homework.
Some followers scolded those asking or straight-up ignored them.
Others, wanting to be helpful and perhaps figuring that they might not be able to access the video at the time, simply answered.
But those “helpful” answers swiftly began to disappear.
How desperate does someone have to be for money to delete hundreds of comments just to drive up YouTube engagement?
“Jesse deleting aaallllllll the comments with baby Seaworlds name,” one redditor noted.
That same Reddit denizen added: “Someone is hungry for YouTube money!”
“Omg isn’t she tired and sore and like, feeding a baby? Who even has the time?” asked one puzzled social media user.
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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip