The Try Guys have broken their silence in the wake of Ned Fulmer’s departure from the band following his admission that he had a sexual encounter with a coworker during the course of his employment. The popular content creators addressed Fulmer’s affair in a new video that was uploaded to YouTube on Monday and labelled “what happened.” In the video, they disclosed that they were “shocked” to discover of what Fulmer was doing behind the scenes of their channel.
Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang, who are the only members of the band still active, sat down together and had a conversation with their devoted followers and fans about how the recent event has affected them personally and how they intend to go as a band in the future.
According to Kornfield, “On Labor Day weekend, numerous fans notified us that they had observed Ned and an employee engaged in public romantic activity,” which he elaborated, “they had seen Ned and an employee engaging in public love behaviour.” “We went out to the employee to see how they are doing. Ned confirmed the reports, and he has since confirmed that this had been going on for some time, which was obviously very shocking to us, and we just want you to know that we had no idea that this was going on. Ned confirmed the reports, and he has since confirmed that this had been going on for some time.”
He went on to say, “Every single piece of that information was as as upsetting to us as everything that has been going on for you this week has been.”
Yang then disclosed that an official investigation had been established to guarantee that the group was “doing all required efforts” in getting to the bottom of the Fulmer’s workplace affair. This review was launched to verify that the group was “taking all necessary steps.”
According to Yang, what Fulmer did was in direct opposition to the principles and ideals upheld by their community, and it was something that was taken extremely seriously by them.
Yang insisted that his team had “refused to push things under the wrong rug.” “That is not who we are, and that is not what we stand for,” the group responded.
After Fulmer was promptly removed from all work-related activities, the process of removing him from previously recorded recordings, planned specials, and products produced by the group started almost immediately afterward.
After Fulmer admitted to having an affair, the group issued a statement in which they shared that they had conducted a workplace review, which ultimately revealed that Fulmer “engaged in conduct unbecoming” of their team. This prompted the team to sign a written consent document approving the removal of Fulmer from the group, and Fulmer was asked to leave the group.
Kornfield stated that the group made the decision not to rush their announcement, saying that even though it is a subject concerning the corporation, it also involves a family.
It was difficult for The Try Guys to contain their emotions when they added that in addition to losing a colleague and someone they had worked with for the past eight years to build a brand and company, they are also losing a friend.
According to what Habersberger had to say, “I don’t know whether we’ll ever be able to adequately explain the anguish that we feel at this moment.” “It might be challenging to revisit previous videos that we have fond memories of and are proud of. One of our good friends is leaving us. We will miss someone who helped us build a firm; with whom we share numerous experiences; and with whom we most recently collaborated on the production of a television show.”
The next thing he said was, “I’m sure many of you feel the same way.” “It’s very strange. It’s strange that something like this ever took place, and we’re sorry it did.”