Vice was founded by white supremacists, and I see some of that ideology has carried over into a recent report on a black guy who used to post YouTube videos of himself scoring with random women.
We know, because the entire interactions were recorded and posted on YouTube, that YouTube-famous PUA Justin Wayne wasn't engaging in non-consensual lovemaking with these women, so what seems to be the problem? His conquests may or may not have been aware that he was filming himself hitting it hard from behind and posting it on the Internets for the world to see, but their faces and all of the "hardcore" was blacked out, so it was probably perfectly legal.
I wouldn't have recognized any of those girls if I saw them walking down the street, unless they were inexplicably making sex noises.
In a segment of Vice's evening news program on HBO, Wayne charges some CACs, who I'm sure had money to spare, just shy of $1,000 to learn how to score with random women they meet in public. We meet a couple of his hoo-ers/girlfriends, one of whom—the Russian one—is hotter than a motherfucker. Wayne is caught on a "hot mic" explaining to the other one that she won't be paid if she doesn't participate in the interview, and that he might have to kill her.
Then Vice went and ratted him out to YouTube, which probably forced him to delete all of his videos except for one of him explaining that he's taking some time off from making videos. I wonder if they actually confirmed that the girls in those videos weren't aware that they were being filmed, and that the content of those videos was against their terms of service. For all we know, those girls may have been compensated for their services.