A VTuber is a virtual YouTuber.
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Corpse Husband is an anonymous YouTuber known for his horror stories.
The “Are You Not Ashamed Of Yourself” TikTok memes see creators calling out others (or themselves) for low self-esteem, immature behavior, poor hygiene, and or other self-deprecating activities.
A fan-edited video of Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone where guns replace wands and other magical items was made “for the lolz,” but also makes a point about gun violence.
Nicki Minaj and Tekashi 6ix9ine launch TikTok #TrollzChallenge, offering a cash prize to three TikTokers.
“Eat My Rice And Cabbage” videos are growing on TikTok. The trend typically consists of creators dressing up as three characters hyping each other up, like in a freestyle battle.
YouTube limits certain content creators from monetizing on their Coronavirus-related videos which have led some YouTubers to sneakily figure out new ways to make revenue from their newsworthy content.
“YouTube poop” is a genre of YouTube parody video of bizarrely remixed and edited scenes from classic movies, TV shows, and pop culture moments.
Google, the parent company of long-form video platform YouTube, will reportedly release a new short-form feature called YouTube Shorts to compete with TikTok by the end of 2020.
Gyms are closed, the park is closed, and the beach is closed due to Coronavirus concerns, but you don’t have to miss your next sweat session. Gyms, fitness instructors, and retailers are hosting, free virtual workouts on livestreams.
Cities are on lockdown and you’re stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy live music. Artists and DJs are now livestreaming their virtual performances.