What happened to Shoenice? – The rise and fall of a madman

Christopher Schewe, mostly known as Shoenice, is a comedian and YouTuber that was very popular a few years back. His crazy and unique video content was and still is among the most entertaining clips on the YouTube platform.

He proclaimed himself “The Human Garbage Disposal”. Today, Shoenice isn’t as active and popular as before. In this article, we will reveal what happened to him and what he’s been up to lately.

The Rise of Shoenice

The beginnings of Shoenice were humble and date back to 2008. It was his son’s idea for Shoenice to join YouTube and everything else in its history. He first gained recognition in 2011 when he posted a video of him eating an entire toiler roll in 10 minutes.

Many of his videos involved him drinking whole bottles of various alcoholic beverages. Fans were worried about the consequences of his out-of-hand use of alcohol. Alcohol companies would send him free liquors for him to drink. They also paid him for their demands. 

Among the other things that he used to drink were olive oil, hot sauce, a gallon of water, etc. He also recorded videos where he eats raw eggs, sausages, raw stakes, wrapping paper, mayonnaise, and many more unbelievable things. You can still find some of these crazy videos on YouTube.

Fans remember him caring about world hunger and donating food to those in need. But, there are certain things that they didn’t about him. 

All of the unthinkable stuff that he did on his videos and the alleged donations made Shoenice a YouTube star.

What happened to Shoenice after he wanted to help the homeless? 

2014: Begging for money to keep his channel going. 2017: Taking advantage of editors. 2019: Trying to get into a fight with h3h3. 2020 live show about grooming teens The list just keeps growing. We’ll talk about everything, but it makes sense to start from the beginning with Shoenice’s humble beginnings on YouTube in 2008.

Anyway, Shoenice’s son signed him up for YouTube in 2008 and suggested that he start posting videos. My son did the same for me when he was eight years old. Shoenice became famous after a three-part series in 2011 in which he used a whole roll of toilet paper in 10 minutes.

So it’s safe to say that Shoenice was very likely to become an alcoholic from an early age on.

Around 2014, there were hints that Shoenice was starting to go a little off track. In August of that year, he sent out a tweet saying that he needs $1,000 PayPal to get running again on YouTube, which seemed a little strange.

Even so, it was clear that Shoenice didn’t get nearly as many views in 2015 and 2016 as it did in 2012 and 2013. Around 2017, there were a lot of cases of scum beggary that brought Chu nice back into the spotlight.

The YouTuber tubes put up a video that basically told how Shoenice ripped him off and treated him like a piece of abusive trash.

The short version is that Shoenice said he would pay the editor. Second, we can tell from his body language and slurred speech that he’s already drunk. He’s still clearly at a point where he has a drinking problem, so you might wonder where that money is really going. If we look at his Patreon now, we can see that he still has two Patreon, which could be from people who signed up a long time ago but forgot to unsubscribe.

In January 2017, Shoenice seemed to defend drunk driving by making fun of a post about a person who died after being hit by a drunk driver. The problem with being at rock bottom is that it makes things worse. He’s just going to drink more to deal with the fact that he’s at rock bottom.

Because when you lie to your fans, you almost always lose subscribers and views. Shoenice is always talking about bringing attention to hunger, but it’s clear that he’s just putting on a front to get money so we can buy more alcohol. First, during the interview, he acts like the nice guy to make himself seem like a good person.

Again, before we talk about this, these are just accusations. We’re just sharing what another creator, a guy named Dean who was good friends with Shoenice back in the day, said about Shoenice leaving Florida to come to Denver to get away from a relationship with a girl named Ellie, who was 15 at the time. When we found out that Shoenice liked the girl, she was 18 or 19 years old.

Shoenice has always had a lot of trouble, it’s true. Unfortunately, his drinking and bad habits have caught up with him. He’s alone, hasn’t felt love in years, and has terrible health and a bad reputation on top of that. But at least he might have inspired some kids, which is what he set out to do, and hopefully some of the money he made from YouTube was spent on good causes while it was still coming in.

The End of Sheonice’s Career

In 2011, Shoenice left his wife and son to pursue a YouTube career. But, in truth, he was kicked out by his wife. Life didn’t go as planned for him as in August 2014, Shoenice was asking for someone to send him $1,000 on PayPal. His intention was to get his YouTube channel back on track.

Modern content creators overtook YouTube with their new ideas and HQ videos, which left Shoenice in the dark. His view count drastically lowered from a few million to a few hundred.

In 2017, Shoenice once again gained the attention of the viewers, but in negative content. A YouTuber named Toobz posted a video where he accuses him of a scam. Shoenice didn’t pay Toobz for the thumbnails that he created and he also sent several abusive messages towards him.

A few days after this, another YouTuber named YTDC exposed uploaded another video about Shoenice. This one included all other occasions where Shonice scammed people for sending him money to end world hunger. 

Another scandal that involves Shoenice dates back to January 2017 when he wrote that he supports drunk driving. In the post, he made fun of a person that died following a hit by a drunk driver.

Shoenice’s YouTube channel with around 600,000 subscribers was deleted permanently in January 2018. He then created another one, which is still active and features over 180,000 subscribers.

In one of his first videos on the new channel, he reveals that he bought subscribers in the past. He also said that he couldn’t get 6,000 people to watch his videos and was making $300-$400 a month as YouTube ad revenue.

In 2019, numerous clips emerged on YouTube with allegations that Shoenice was grooming underaged girls over the years. But, these are just allegations without any real proof.

Today, Shoenice posts occasional content on YouTube and TikTok. In most of them, he promotes his Cameo account where he charges $9 for a special video message.