Avril Lavigne’s $2 Million Online Video Scheme

July 21st, 2008 // 3 Comments

Despite the fact that she’s frequently been accused of stealing songs (including the one we’re about to reference), Avril Lavigne’s fans continue to make her an even more rich woman than she already is.

The CEO of the management company that currently handles her affairs, Terry McBride, claims that from the massive amount of YouTube plays of her video “Girlfriend,” his client is expecting a $2 million check from the online video sharing service.

On her fan site Avril Bandaids, her followers were instructed to continually refresh the video in order to inflate the number of plays of the video. I mean, I guess that’s not illegal, but it is annoying–much like most of her music.


Despite the fact that she’s frequently been accused of stealing songs (including the one we’re about to reference), Avril Lavigne’s fans continue to make her an even more rich woman than she already is.

The CEO of the management company that currently handles her affairs,
Terry McBride, claims that from the massive amount of YouTube plays of
her video “Girlfriend,” his client is expecting a $2 million check from
the online video sharing service.

On her fan site Avril Bandaids, her followers were instructed to
continually refresh the video in order to inflate the number of plays
of the video. I mean, I guess that’s not illegal, but it is
annoying–much like most of her music.

By Lisa Timmons
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  1. b.SL

    You know what? This douche is starting to make me mad, mostly because I feel foolish for liking her, but the songs that’s she’s “alledgedly” stolen sound so obviously STOLEN.
    Nobody’s real anymore…. *sob.

  2. Melissa

    Yeah, thats pretty annoying all right. Almost like putting “Guess who’s whatever…” after a jump to increase clicks.

  3. kelly

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