@nevarmaor said it very well: there’s all kind of people watching youtube.
Kids, cultured, not very cultured, stressed, and people in dire situations.
Of course a youtuber can’t predict every kind of interpretation, but could at least try to avoid the most common and easy to figure out of the whole pool.
Being a public person has both good and bad points.
People know you, apreciate you and make you feel important.
But It seems to me you forget that the counterpart is having more responsibility of a “normal” person, and that your words carry more weight of before.
There’s not a single “celebrity” that escape from this.
So nope, i don’t think the blame is entirely on the listener, i’m sorry.
But again, that was not the reason i stepped in this topic.