Comedian Ned Fulmer, an original member of the comedy group “Try Guys,” a YouTube channel boasting over 7 million subscribers where members try anything, has received the boot from his colleagues after being caught cheating on his wife of 10 years, Ariel Fulmer. 

In a now-deleted Reddit post, user hamilton390 uploaded a picture of Fulmer and his video producer Alexandria Herring allegedly kissing at a bar in New York City. 

The show’s members, composed of Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, Eugene Lee Yang, and now-shunned member Fulmer, worked for Buzzfeed until 2014 as video producers, later giving their own production company, “2nd Try” a go in the comedy world.

What strikes fans most about Ned Fulmer’s actions is his current reputation on the show as the “Wife Guy.” His wife appeared in some of Try Guy’s episodes, and the internet is now saying he is not so different from other comedians like John Mulaney, who claim to love their wives yet still cheat. 

@iamjakelarosa My last day was Friday #fyp ♬ original sound - Jenni Hutchins

Though this is not all from Twitter, as users, some of themselves past Buzzfeed employees, have a lot to say on the matter:

As for Fulmer, fans weren’t exactly happy with his half-assed attempt at explaining that his affair with Herring, who has a fiancé, was a “consensual workplace relationship.”

However, one thing is for sure - fans agree this just wasn’t the move for the now-unfollowed-by-the-remaining-Try-Guys-on-social-media ex-member, and they’d be okay if he had never given cheating a try.