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Clubhouse founder Daisy Keech explains why she’s leaving the org

Published: 4/Aug/2020 22:47

by Virginia Glaze

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TikToker and YouTube star Daisy Keech is leaving the Clubhouse, a content group meant to house female creators — despite having founded the organization herself after exiting the Hype House in March.

Daisy Keech ruffled TikTok feathers after exposing one of the app’s biggest content groups, the Hype House, claiming that fellow co-founder Thomas Petrou was making important business decisions without her knowledge.

Shortly thereafter, Keech left the group to found her own organization, the Clubhouse, which featured several female content creators like YouTuber and Instagram model Abby Rao.

However, nearly five months later, Keech has announced that she is leaving content groups behind altogether, revealing that she is exiting the Clubhouse to follow passions outside of YouTube and TikTok.

In an August 4 YouTube video, Keech explained that she wants to pursue interior design and home renovation, and is currently living on her own, rather than with a group of fellow content creators.

“The reason I’m moving out is that I really need to focus on myself and my own brand that I truly want to build,” she began. “I’ve just been thinking, like, what’s my passion in life? Like, what makes me happy?”

“As I was looking for homes, I was like, ‘Wow, I would love to start buying homes and renovating them,’” she continued. “For me, the whole interior design, and making the outside super aesthetic and pretty, like, that feeds something in my soul.”

This marks a major turn for the TikTok star, with Keech having moved out of the Hype House over legal concerns in March.

According to Keech, co-founder Thomas Petrou had left her out of important brand deals and even denied her access to the group’s social media accounts.

That’s not all; Keech even took legal action against the Hype House and sued the group, although no news has yet to come of her suit at the time of writing.

For now, fans will have to watch and wait for interior design updates from the TikToker. Who knows; she could be the next Property Brothers!

Among Us

Who is Corpse Husband? The story of YouTube’s Among Us sensation

Published: 23/Oct/2020 18:25 Updated: 23/Oct/2020 18:26

by Lauren Bergin

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Californian YouTube Among Us sensation Corpse Husband has apparently appeared out of nowhere, but who exactly is he?

It’s safe to say that every gamer, non-gamer and Youtube fanatic knows about Among Us, the newest party game that sees players attempt to decipher who the impostor is before they brutally murder all of their comrades and win the game.

Thousands of streamers have jumped on the Among Us bandwagon, with names like xQc, Valkyre and Trainwrecks dominating the Among Us Charts. The game has even attracted political figures, namely American Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez who used the game as a platform to reach out to the gaming youth of today.

On YouTube, however, the Among Us scene rests firmly within the grasp of Corpse Husband (or Corpse, who has become an overnight Among Us sensation. Despite his synonymity with the game though, Corpse has a long and varied streaming past despite only being the tender age of 23.

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The underground YouTube star has become an Among Us sensation.

From YouTube spook to Among Us fame

Corpse’s Youtube career began in the dark realms of horror story narration. Citing online CreepyPasta narration channels such as Mr.Nightmare, Be.Buster and Lazy Masquerade as inspiration, Corpse created his own iteration of a horror narration channel, with his distinctive deep voice adding to the spookiness of his videos. This mystery was only amplified by Corpse’s decision to hide his face in the online sphere.

While Corpse’s YouTube still provides every horror fan with a video playground, his most recent Among Us videos have racked up millions of views, blowing his creepier videos out of the YouTube waters in terms of views.

Focusing on how to win the game as the impostor – even if you have admitted you are the impostor – the three current Among Us videos on his channel have earned him a total of 26.5 million views. That’s hardly a number to smirk at.

Being the impostor in Among Us certainly requires the gift of a silver tongue, something that Corpse clearly possesses. It’ll be interesting to see whether his popularity fades as the game slips out of the mainstream media, but judging by his views that doesn’t seem too likely. After all, if you’re not watching him for Among Us right now is the perfect time of year to sit back, relax and be terrified.