Warning: This Is By Far One Of The Most Upsetting YouTube “Pranks” You’ll Ever See

The premise is a woman goes on to the subway and gets into a physical altercation with her boyfriend because he gave her AIDS. posted on

1. This incredibly disturbing video was uploaded to YouTube earlier this week. In it a woman begins screaming at her presumed boyfriend, claiming he “gave her AIDS.”

2. The couple begin fighting with each other physically, alarming other passengers on the train.

3. Towards the end of the almost six-minute video, the man actually pulls the woman out of the train, while other passengers rush to stop him. All the while, the woman hysterically screams.

4. The video’s shocking content caused it to quickly spread. But as The Daily Dot points out, the end of the video directs to a Facebook page.

5. A page belonging to New York-based actress Zaida Waters, who claims that the video was “a prank.”

6. Zaida’s Facebook is connected to a network of other pages under the handle “MsMuffin.”

7. All of which are sharing the video as a prank.

9. On Zaida’s channel she describes her videos as “comedy pranks” meant to make people smile.


Hey everyone’ welcome to Msmuffin’s channel..if you like to watch comedy pranks, you’ve came to the right darn channel ;p..I hope you enjoy my videos. If you like my videos..I would appreciate it if you subscribe and share my videos.. If you have questions or interests be sure to contact meh..I wish the best to you all and stay strong ..and oh do me a big fav keep a smile on them beautiful faces, life’s too short to be stressing ;)..stay tooned you guys have a great day

10. She has other videos with similarly upsetting content, like this one where she fakes going into labor at Coney Island.

11. When people around her rush to help she leaks out fake bloody-looking fluid all over herself.

12. In another video she goes on to the subway covered in fake blood and screams and writhes all over the ground.

13. The subway fight video from earlier this week has currently been shared almost 17,000 times, with many users not aware that it is, in fact, fake.

14. BuzzFeed has reached out to Waters for comment.

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