Part 2 of Shane Dawson’s new documentary with Jeffree Star is here, and you don’t want to miss it (or maybe you do). In the previous episode of this series, there’s a lot of catching up to do with Shane’s life. This includes a new house, a puppy, and plans to have a child. In the second part, it’s time to catch up with Jeffree.
Before leaving, it is revealed that Jeffree has some sort of secret that will be talked about upon arrival. Shane, Ryland, and Chris pack their bags and fly to Wyoming, where Jeffree’s yak farm is located. You would never guess that the group had not seen one another for a couple of years, as they seem to pick up right where they left off.
This travel vlog gives so many parallels to previous videos of the duo, especially the anticipation of the reveal of Jeffree’s house. Last time it was his gigantic mansion and this time it is 600 acres of farmland in the middle of Wyoming. Jeffree drives his new electric Hummer back to his house, showing off all the special features and speed his car has. He also shows off the gun he keeps in his car, which Shane is extremely shocked by.
Once arriving at the extravagant gated Star Yak Ranch, Jeffree begins to disclose the changes he has made in his life. He reveals that he finds peace in Wyoming, and has found great success with his brands. Jeffree Star Cosmetics is still creating makeup products, while Star Yak Ranch is growing in the meat industry. Star’s yak meat is already being sold in multiple restaurants in Wyoming, as well as selling popular jerky.
Jeffree also talks about how he keeps more of his life private than ever before, and how the internet has never seen his bedroom. While it is clear Jeffree has downsized from his multimillion dollar mansion, his new house is still beautiful and luxurious. Jeffree also discloses that he has sold most of his bag collection, which brought in millions of dollars.
Throughout all the catching up, Jeffree’s big secret is not revealed until the end. He is quitting YouTube. This is a shocking confession, as Star has over 15.9 million subscribers and has been uploading videos on the app since 2006. After moving on from YouTube, what will be next for the internet star?