Cameron Dallas has been on a mission to reviveMagcon, and the tour is finally back! However, he's still not happy that some of the other guys didn't join the event — and kind of threw shade at them for abandoning their fans. The Outfield actor says he'd rather do Magcon than a "random event that sucks."
Obviously, we're glad that Cameron always thinks about his fans. Even though some of the other Magcon guys, like Nash Grier and Hayes Grier, aren't joining the tour, they're working on other projects, but the original Magcon family is still alive and well.
Click through to see the most controversial Magcon moments ever, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Taylor Caniff accused Tyler Oakley and Lohanthony of being bullies.
The YouTube stars called out Taylor for making homophobic comments in an old video, and he posted a response saying that they were trying to ruin his career for no reason. He called Tyler the “biggest bully on the internet” and told him to "stop judging."
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.
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.
Just so you all know girls are most attractive when they're themselves! I thought I made that pretty clear in the end of my video!