Even with her parents accused of scamming her into USC, an expert says the YouTuber has a good shot at reclaiming her Gen Z fanbaseThis doesn't surprise Lisa Low, assistant professor of practice of public relations in the College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech.
"She didn't do anything wrong," Low says, "and even if she did, having negative press in terms of that age and demographic, it does not matter at all. She hasn't done anything. She didn't go on a racist rant or steal something or hurt someone. She appears to be the victim."