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Tyler Oakley, Grace Helbig Get Trolled by Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets (Video)

YouTube stars are the latest victims in a special edition of the late-night show staple at VidCon on Thursday

Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” have become a time-honored staple on his late-night show, and VidCon attendees were treated to a special “Creator Edition” version of the skit at the Anaheim, California, convention Thursday.

The video featured popular YouTube stars like Tyler Oakley, Smosh, Grace Helbig, Lilly Singh and Hank and John Green.

Oakley — who has over eight million subscribers on YouTube — was told by one bitter Twitter user to get the “f–k outta here hoe” for his “sh–ty input.”

Comedian Singh, who goes by the YouTube handle “IISuperwomanII” and has over nine million subscribers, read out a tweet that said, “ur videos was worst.”

“Well, your English was worster,” Singh retored back.

Hank Green, seated next to his brother and “The Fault in Our Stars” author John Green, was told by a Twitter user that his videos were annoying and his brother was a douche.

Meanwhile, Helbig of E!’s now-defunct talk show “The Grace Helbig Show,” received a tweet that said, “Can someone tell me why that unfunny t–t grace helbig has a tv show. My taint is funnier and easier on the eyes.”

Past targets of “Mean Tweets” include President Barack Obama, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, George Clooney, Cate BlanchettEmily Blunt, Stephen Curry and Eddie Redmayne.

“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” airs at 11:35 p.m. on ABC.

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