Tana Mongeau has been uploading videos to YouTube since Mongeau currently has more than 4. The vlogger also recently made headlines when she announced her engagement to Jake Paul, a fellow YouTuber who she says she's dated for two months. Here's a look at Mongeau's journey to internet fame, from her first videos on YouTube to her public relationships and controversies. Her first video, titled "Hairdresser from Hell? The story-time video became Mongeau's go-to style, leading her to release weekly vlogs in which she shares wild anecdotes from her life. Mongeau now has more than 4. As Mongeau's channel became more popular, she began to collaborate with other successful YouTubers.
She goes into even more detail in the vlog below:
Watch now. Title: Tana Mongeau and iDubbbz vs. In an effort to bring justice to the YouTube community, former police officer Ian Carter takes on the title of "Content Cop". Using his old police uniform and raw wit, Ian sets out to stop the creators that bring nothing but discord to his online city.
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Tana Mongeau is an year-old Youtuber from Las Vegas, Nevada who got famous off of storytimes and her 'stalker' videos. She has 2. Tana claimed she was attacked on her tour. One visitor was too much for her, while posing for a photo, the phrase he used instead of "Say Cheese" was "Say Nigger" which led Tana to flee the scene, and make a video about the encounter. Unbeknownst to her she was just humiliated and brought to light by another Youtuber, IdubbbzTV. Tana proceeded to exxagerate and lie about the encounter in her video that day, which he revealed in his own, a few weeks later. She apologized, deleted the tweets, spoke out about racism, and said that she changed and didn't realize what she said was bad.
He later posted a video of the interaction on YouTube, where it has been viewed over 2 million times. The beef between the two social stars, first noted by the Daily Dot , actually began before the video itself, when Mongeau called out iDubbbz on Twitter. A pox on both your YouTube channels? And thus concludes, for now, a truly bizarre internet beef in which two racist and offensive YouTubers attempt to prove which one of them is the least racist and offensive. Already a subscriber? Log in or link your magazine subscription. Account Profile. Sign Out.