NEW YORK, NY— Complex has strayed further and further from their roots as a news organization. As a result, there have seen some interesting series arise. This month, we will see the premiere of 981 new YouTube series, each focusing on a different person. The criteria for getting a series in this new media wave is simple; you must own a Supreme box logo.
When asked why on Earth they would do something like this, Complex responded, “We had our data analytics team scour through all of our footage, and compare that to fan engagement. At the end of our research, one thing stood out above all else, and that was videos about bogos.” One of the new series hosts, 12-year-old Sammy Hutchins was quoted saying, “It’s about time Complex gave me my series. I’ve seen every single episode of Sneaker Shopping 5 or more times, and I saved up my allowance for two years to buy this used bogo tee.”
Although the tee was noticeably fake, none of our team had the heart to tell him or Complex. For more information on any of the new shows, keep it locked to Complex’s YouTube channel, or pester Emily Oberg in her Instagram comments before you remember she left Complex years ago and is probably the reason any of these series are happening in the first place.