Not everyone has nice things to say about Disney Vloggers. As the popularity of social media continues to climb, many Disney Parks fans have turned to video blogging, or vlogging, as a way to collect content and monetize their trip to the parks. While the idea seems harmless enough, time and time again Disney bloggers have exhibited incredibly inappropriate behavior to get content.
Vloggers Steal a Childs Ride Vehicle
It seems that the amount of Disney Vloggers in the Parks has increased exponentially. Numerous reports of bad vlogger behavior have been exhibited at both Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Guests are becoming increasingly frustrated at the vloggers for causing such a stir in the Parks.
For TikTok user @itschessaka, Disney vloggers went way too far when they stole her son’s ride vehicle. The mother and son duo was enjoying a day at Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort when they experienced a nasty encounter with two Disney Vloggers who were also Guests at the Park. @itschesska was waiting in line with her son to ride Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters, an attraction located in Cars land.
This attraction is geared towards younger kids at the theme Park, so her young child was very excited to ride his favorite ride. The ride features a bunch of different colored cars that are used as ride vehicles. As they entered the attraction, the mother and son ran to the red ride vehicle that her son wanted to ride because it reminded him of his favorite character, Lightning McQueen.
@itschesska claims that her son was loudly talking about wanting the red car while in line. This is why she was shocked to see two adults race past her son to ‘steal’ the red car. They are seen laughing and giggling after doing so.
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Why are people like this? So rude 🤦🏻♀️ I guess anything for “content”. #fyp #Disney #CaliforniaAdventure #DCA #Vloggers #CarsLand #Route66 🚗
Cast Members Save the Day
After posting the video of the occurrence to TikTok, @itschesska received an overwhelming amount of support from the public. The video already has over 400,000 likes. A Cast Member who works on the ride even reached out to ensure that they would personally make sure her son could ride in the red car next time he’s at Disney California Adventure.
Replying to @Emma Dawn Pelletier Yes! ✨ thank you!!!
Everyone is glad this story has a happy ending, but it definitely still does not help the bad reputation that Disney Vloggers are acquiring for themselves. As of now, no personal information about who the vloggers were has been revealed.