A YouTube star shocked many when she announced to the world she was going to let her boyfriend sleep with her best friend (video below).
Lena Nersesian, who goes by the name Lena The Plug on YouTube, further stunned viewed when she offered an explanation, the New York Post reports.
"Girls and guys share their sexual stories with each other," she explains in the YouTube video. "Friends tell each other everything, so Emily has seen pictures of Adam’s d***, she knows all about our sex life, I tell her everything. And now, I don’t have to tell her, she can just try his penis."
Meanwhile, Lena's boyfriend -- Adam -- says he is overjoyed to participate in the experiment, although he admits to feeling some pressure to perform.
"Let me just say, I can’t even wrap my f****ing head around how my life got to the point where I’m engaging in -- not only this activity in the first place -- but with two girls that look like this," says Adam.
While they did not film the actual threesome, the girls did reveal its beginning. In a clip, the girls are seen wearing skimpy outfits while twerking for Lena's boyfriend, Adam.
Afterwards, all three discuss the act on-camera.
Emily merely giggles, while Lena promises to release a sex tape if she gets one million subscribers.
"That was probably one of the greatest experiences of my life," Adam says.
The audience was less than impressed.
"Why the f*** are you both even proud, I’m so confused, IS THIS EVEN NORMAL?" commented one viewer.
"That was just weird, seriously," added another.
"Just because you talk about your partner doesn’t mean your mates all need to sleep with them to understand," a third wrote.
"Watching girls like acting like this used to turn me on when i was younger, but now it just makes me so sad," commented another person.
Many hurled crude insults at the women.
"Your parents must be proud of you both," said one. "Well ... if either of you had parents, that might be half the problem there tbh. I hope neither of you have children, would be such a torment to find out your mother is ... well you already know what you are."
"Worthless trash (would say it still if they were men)," another person added.
"Sloppy and pathetic girls with issues," chimed in a third viewer. "Would be ashamed to be their parents."
Sources: New York Post, Lena The Plug/YouTube / Photo credit: Starus/Wikimedia Commons, Lena The Plug/YouTube