Filmmaker and Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell became an instant sensation after his #Kony2012 video received 100 million hits in less than six days, becoming the most viral video of all time.
And on Friday, the sudden rise to fame, combined with unanticipated negative critical reaction, apparently proved too much to bare for the filmmaker, resulting in a true mental meltdown.
This weekend, word spread quickly, and videos soon followed, that #Kony2012 filmmaker Jason Russell had been detained by police after having a naked meltdown on the streets of downtown San Diego. While over 100 million people became... Read Post
After #Kony2012 filmmaker Jason Russell's very public, naked meltdown in San Diego last week, the credibility of the Invisible Children co-founder was challenged and the future of his mission to catch war criminal Joseph Kony unknow... Read Post
On March 7, Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell released a video titled #Kony2012 —urging viewers to help stop terrorist gang leader Joseph Kony—that became the most viral video of all time. But by March 19, the newfound fam... Read Post