Ned Fulmer Is Removed From The Try Guys


Angelina Balusek, Editor

Ned Fulmer has been completely removed from his role in the YouTube group the Try Guys. The group announced on September 27th that Ned will be edited out of future videos, as well as confirming the rumors that had been circulating on social media.

The past few weeks were filled with gossip that Ned had been caught having an affair with a co-worker in a club. Since Ned’s brand was his healthy relationship with Ariel Fulmer, the news shocked fans. Ned and Ariel tied the knot in 2012 and have two children together. They even had a podcast together called “Baby Steps” in which they discussed their happy relationship and journey through parenthood, a cookbook called “The Date Night Cookbook”, and a family segment in the Try Guys documentary. 

The Try Guys *were* a four member group who made videos on YouTube where they would “try” things (test products, do challenges, etc.). Their first video was on Buzzfeed in 2014 and they have 10 seasons on their YouTube channel.

On October 3rd the Try Guys released a video on their YouTube channel addressing the rumors and the actions their team will be taking going forward. The group now consists of Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger, and Zach Kornfeld. It was clear all three of the remaining members were distraught over the news, and confirmed they had no idea what was going on. Their production team decided they would edit Ned out of all future videos, even though it would cost a lot of money for the company. 

“This is something we took very seriously,” Eugene stated. “We refused to sweep things under the rug; that is not who we are and it’s not what we stand for”.