Dakotaz helps Muselk raise huge amount for Australia fires with donation - Dexerto

Dakotaz helps Muselk raise huge amount for Australia fires with donation

Published: 5/Jan/2020 15:15

by Daniel Cleary


Popular content creator Elliott ‘Muselk’ Watkins and TheClickCrew managed to raise a huge amount for the ongoing Australian wildfires, with the help of a massive donation from Dakotaz.

In the first days of 2020, Australia has been engulfed in some of the worst wild bushfires that the country has seen in decades, affecting a large portion of the population.

In support of those affected, many people have been donating and raising money to put an end to the fires and provide help to those who are living in hazardous conditions. One of the biggest fundraisers has hit over $13 million in only 48 hours.

Australia is currently experiencing some of the worst wildfires in decades.

Among those raising awareness and money for the crisis is popular YouTuber Muselk and his fellow creators in TheClickCrew such as Loserfruit and Lazarbeam.

TheClickCrew decided to host a 24-hour charity stream featuring some special guests and the proceeds of the broadcast would be split between three organizations that are helping the cause.

The popular group of creators managed to get off to a great start in the charity stream, raising over $100,000 in just 5 hours, setting many milestones and challenges along the way for fans to witness.

With the support of the community and other top creators such as Dakotaz dropping a massive donation of $20,000, it was not long before that number continued to rise and as of the time of writing, they have managed to raise $160,000 in total.

Another top Twitch streamer DrLupo, who is known for his charitable work with St Jude’s hospital, also helped out by hosting the charity stream on his channel and bringing awareness to his viewers.

TheClickCrew even demonstrated one of the most iconic Australian drinking traditions, completing shoeys on-stream after reaching some of their donation goals.

Whatever amount they manage to raise for the charitable organizations (Red Cross, NSW Rural Fire service and WIRES) will make a big difference in supporting those affected by the fires.

This is not the first time Muselk demonstrated his generous side, as the popular creator has given away thousands to his fans as part of challenges videos in the past.


Addison Rae deletes lovey-dovey TikTok showing her simp for Bryce Hall

Published: 30/Nov/2020 0:49

by Theo Salaun


Addison Rae’s massive fan club took notice after she posted a very, very affectionate TikTok about her boo, Bryce Hall, and then quickly deleted it from the app.

With great power comes great responsibility; in TikTok terms, 70.4 million followers comes with difficult content decisions. Rae enjoys such a large following and, as such, it’s no surprise that she’s faced with tough choices about what to post and what not to post. 

Oh, and sometimes, what to post, then decide not to post, and delete. But with so many followers, some obviously noticed when she posted and then quickly made the decision to delete a video showing how much she’s into her current boy.

Addison and her beau, Bryce Hall, became official in recent months after a long period of on-and-off speculation. But, nonetheless, it appears that the TikTok starlet does not want to be perceived as too head over heels for her muscled partner.


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In a since-deleted video, the TikTok star quotes a song saying “oh no, I hope I don’t fall,” which then cuts off into a seemingly romantic, slow guitar instrumental. At that point, shirtless Bryce makes an appearance, and…that just might be too much for his girl to handle.

With guitars strumming in the background, Hall turns to the camera and shows off a toned physique. Then, Addison completes the video by smiling widely and sticking her tongue out. It’s like she just saw an angel and is absolutely giddy about it.

Of course, fans quickly saved the video and shared it to ‘tiktokroom,’ where you can now enjoy the lovebirds in all their glory.

The video’s sound originates from a Tyler the Creator clip in which he says “oh no, I hope I don’t fall” before jokingly slipping down a set of carpeted stairs. But the suggestion here is likely more along the lines of “oh no, I hope I don’t fall in love.”

While Addison might be undecided about letting her fans see any simp behavior, the overwhelming response has been that the couple is adorable. That’s not too surprising though, it’s no secret that her fans have always been big supporters of ‘Braddison.’