I Betrayed My Wife

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The series
I Betrayed My Wife is a popular series of serious and joke videos uploaded by Greg in 2016.

Despite the fact that most of these videos are fake drama concocted by Greg, many viewers believe they are real. The fake relationship drama Greg created about himself in these videos are still spread as truth today. Greg's ex-friend Cyr claims that Greg told him he would purposefully disallow top rated comments on these videos so it would be harder for viewers to find out these videos are fake drama. (Source)

I Betrayed My Wife

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Background

Greg originally created this video to explain to his viewers why his wife, Lainey, left him. By the time he uploaded it, he broke up with Billie and was planning on going to marriage counseling with Lainey to work on their marriage. Greg explained this at the end of the video using screen shots of his text conversations with Billie and with text.

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Re: I Betrayed My Wife

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Re: Re: Re: Re: I Betrayed My Wife

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Shortly after Billie revealed on Instagram that she was back with Lainey (Source), Greg uploaded a fifth "I Betrayed My Wife" video. This video was also shortly after Greg heard from a video commenter that LeafyIsHere did not know the last two "I Betrayed My Wife" videos were fake and talked about them in his viral "THE ONISION RANT" video. ($ource) (Leafy was aware and spoke about Greg revealing these videos were fake. He talked about them to explain his theory that what Greg said in the videos were true, but afterword said they were fake because he could not take the backlash.)

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Notes

  • In the early days of Youtube there was a feature where users could reply to videos with their own video. The video would show up under the original video and the title would default to "Re: [original video title]", similar to replying to an email. If someone replied to that video, another "Re:", short for reply, would be added. This is why Greg adds "Re:" to each video in this series.