Filled with creators carving unique niches, YouKnowNat on TikTok provides interesting commentary on controversies involving famous actors.
According to @youknownat’s TikTok bio, she is a mother and a Bravo Connoisseur. She does not post many videos about her personal life, except under unique circumstances like on her birthday. Thus, we do not know much about who she is personally.
However, this is not an issue as the audience is much more interested in the content that @youknownat posts. Her specialty is commenting on recent controversies involving celebrities. She has a knack for research, where she digs up old interviews and photographs to support recent cases.
Lately, her videos have been about a famous American Tv star Danny Masterson, who has recently been sentenced to 30 years in prison under charges of rape and assault. The actor gained considerable fame during his portrayal of Steven Hyde in the famous That 70’s Show.
Recently, this case has blown up and is now involving other famous actors like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who were also stars on That 70’s Show and were friends with Danny Masterson. Ashton and Mila during Danny’s case wrote a letter to the judge in support of Masterson.
In that letter, Ashton wrote “I met Danny Masterson when I was 20 years old in 1998. He instantly became a friend, dedicated co-worker, and role model to me. And has remained as such for 25 years. However, Masterson has now been proven guilty and both Ashton and Mila have come under severe scrutiny, as they are being blamed for supporting a criminal.
What are YouKnowNat’s findings on TikTok?
YouKnowNat has been posting clips of Danny’s old interviews with Conan O’Brien. During the interview, Brian told Danny that he would be caught one day. According to YouKnowNat, this interview shows that Brian and other people in the industry were aware of Danny’s crimes, but everyone chose to look the other way.
Another video of YouKnowNat tells us that it is possible that Masterson had something against Ashton and Mila, which must have forced them to write a letter to the Judge in support of Masterson’s character. Allegedly, Ashton accidentally got involved in a girl’s murder and he took help from Masterson to cover his tracks.