Even though Magcon may not exist in its original form today, we still can't help but follow all the trials and tribulations of the web celebs who made the whole thing happen. We'll forever refer to them as the "Magcon guys," even as they're causing drama throughout the internet. In fact, Taylor Caniff recently posted a video blasting YouTubers Tyler Oakley and Lohanthony for bullying him, and the stuff he says is pretty freaking intense.
Click through to see more of the Magcon guys' most controversial moments, and let us know which one shocked you the most in the comments!
Nash Grier made controversial comments about the gay community in a Vine.
In 2013, he posted a Vine about HIV/AIDS and used an extremely offensive term. When he started growing in popularity, he was slammed as being homophobic, though he later apologized.
"At the time, I was just a normal kid. I had 1,000 followers and I was the farthest thing from a role model and the person I consider myself to be today. From the bottom of my heart, I am truly sorry to each and every person I have ever offended," he wrote.
Jacob Whitesides dramatically fought with most of the Magcon guys on Twitter.
Taylor Caniff accused the singer of being "fake" and reportedly tweeted and deleted a conversation between Carter, Cameron, and Matt throwing shade at Jacob.
He responded by saying that he didn't actually tweet anything that makes the other guys look bad.
And claims that he's only actually close to Aaron Carpenter and Mahogany Lox out of the Magcon crew.
Carter Reynolds almost got his half-brother fired.
Carter's older bro, Adam Reynolds, taught P.E. in Florida, and got in trouble for inviting some students to a pizza party at school so they could meet the Vine star. His presence caused a major disruption on campus, and Adam was put on six months of unpaid leave. In the end, he wasn't fired, but things were looking pretty dicey for a while!
Nash Grier and Cameron Dallas recorded a controversial video with JC Caylen.
They uploaded a video about “what guys look for in girls," making some blanket statements about how girls should look, dress, and act. While they tried to clarify that they were only asking girls to be themselves, it didn't seem like it! They eventually took the video down.
Taylor Caniff got caught throwing away fans' meet and greet presents.
A fan captured photographs of the web celebs' abandoned meet and greet gifts, headed straight for the trash.
Although Taylor says they were thrown away because they contained boxes of dangerous stuff that fans asked him to toss, that doesn't explain why the posters and teddy bears were trashed.