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King Ian Moore is an English content creator best known for his TikTok and YouTube videos where he reveals and eats meals while wearing a crown. Moore is also known for his vlog-style videos, edgy humor and livestreams on TikTok where he often appears to be drunk. Moore has garnered some controversy for his offensive sense of humor, interactions with fans and controversial opinions on a variety of topics, often made through TikTok live.
Moore posted his first video to YouTube on November 29th, 2020 (shown below). In the video, Moore eats two large Domino's pizzas while wearing a crown, giving light commentary throughout about how good the pizza is. The video gained over 41,000 views in just over a year.
On November 27th, YouTuber Callum Does The Internet posted a video reacting to Moore's content, including videos of him eating and making fun of his haters, gaining over 132,000 views in just over a year (shown below).
King Ian Moore's original TikTok account, @ianmooresilver, was deleted sometime prior to January 2022. Moore posted his first "food reveal" video to his new TikTok page @kingianmoore_official on November 2nd, 2021, where he shows the viewers two cheese and onion pasties, two cheese ploughman rolls and two big bottles of orange juice that he plans to eat for breakfast, gaining over 15,000 views in four months (shown below).
On May 2nd, 2021, Moore posted a video to YouTube after an extended absence explaining that he was told to get off social media by the police as people were bullying him, calling him a predator and a nonce (shown below). Moore says a person who he keeps nameless reported him to the police for an incident where he was tricked into texting with an underage person and he was arrested. Staying off social media was part of his parole requirements.
King Ian has a subreddit /r/kingianmoore where members discuss his content. He is often the subject of trolling on TikTok and has inspired a variety of fan accounts, callout accounts and impersonators. Moore is frequently accused of being a child predator.
On January 8th, 2022, YouTuber Amy uploaded a video taken from one of Moore's TikTok livestreams where he claims he's not racist while making potentially racist comments denouncing affirmative action, specifically citing an instance where a Black family was given an opportunity over him, gaining over 11,300 views in two months (shown below). He appears drunk in the video.
January 22nd, 2022 Livestream
On January 22nd, the same YouTuber uploaded a full live stream from Moore's TikTok that happened that day. In the video, Moore flirts and talks with a female TikToker. He says that he'll follow her if she watches him "get fucked by another man" on live, then lies back on his bed and spreads his legs to the camera (shown below). She leaves shortly after. The video gained over 3,200 views in two months.
Fake Eviction And Homelessness
Somtime prior to January 2022, King Ian Moore posted a series of videos claiming he had been evicted from his flat and was now homeless. He later admitted that this was a lie on a TikTok live stream. On January 30th, 2022, YouTuber King Ian's protection uploaded proof of this, gaining over 600 views in a month (shown below, left). YouTuber Amy uploaded the full live stream where he admits this on February 12th (shown below, right). In the video, Ian claims his driver and collaborator Steve, known as Prince Steve, came up with the idea for views.
Feud With Prince Steve
Moore used to collaborate with creator Steve Harrison, also known as Prince Steve. The two had a public falling out seemingly due to the fake eviction and Steven began exposing various aspects of Moore's life on TikTok live through his account @steveharrison_75. These include revealing the alleged messy state of Moore's flat (shown below).
King Ian has responded by exposing aspects of Steve's life on TikTok in a variety of live streams, including doxxing aspects of his life and where he frequents (shown below).