Today Kelsey finally plays the Sims 4 on her own and begins the very long, and very popular 100-baby challenge!
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Confused, why are there so many Steph0sims fans angry about this challenge? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the 100 Baby Challenge a well known thing that lots of people do? Why the hate for Kelsey for not crediting one of the most likely many people to do this challenge, when the two challenges are different? (Like I checked out Stephosims video for a bit, the editing killed me, but it seems like they started out different at least, like Kelsey is following the rules more closely but Steph cheated a bit to get back it done within 24 hours which is totally understandable).
Don't want to start anything, I'm just genuinely curious about why there's so much hate when it doesn't really seem like Kelsey copied the other YouTuber? She took a challenge off the internet and uploaded it to YouTube, like lots of other people do all the time
So I did the 100 baby challenge because of this video, and my sim had 7 children before she became an elder, and all of them but one had red hair and pale skin. The eldest boy had black hair and whiiiite skin. And then the youngest daughter finally had children who all had either blonde hair, black or brown hair. But she had triplets and two sets of twins and is still only a young adult. I was so mad because all of her siblings had dads who were dark skinned and dark haired or light haired and none of them ended up with darker skin than their mother or different hair colours than their mom.
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