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Tayler Holder explains why he left TikTok’s Hype House

Published: 6/Oct/2020 13:17

by Jacob Hale

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At the end of September, TikTok star Tayler Holder confirmed that he was moving out of the Hype House, and now he’s given his reasons why and hinted at some major moves he might be making in the future.

The Hype House has been arguably the most popular content house on TikTok, once home to huge names such as sisters Dixie and Charli D’Amelio, Addison Rae and Alex Warren.

That said, there comes a point where the House’s stars have to move on, and Holder confirmed he is the next to leave the house, though he did explain that he would remain as part of the collective, just not living directly with them.

Now, Tayler has explained why he had to move out of the house and do something different in a new YouTube video posted to his channel.

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The Hype House is currently based in LA, but Holder has officially left.

After joking about fights with Thomas Petrou and other members of the Hype House, Tayler explained that the actual problem with the house was much more trivial.

“The real reason I left the house… I personally had a few issues with where I was staying in the house,” he said. “We were living in the guest house side, and the AC would go out every other day, the WiFi wouldn’t reach there so I couldn’t even work. I couldn’t do anything.”

Holder also frequently reiterated that he had no issue with anybody in the house and it was nobody’s fault in particular — though he did hint that he has even bigger plans going forward.

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Creating a content compound

Tayler went on to explain that he actually has a bigger dream of creating a content “compound” — literally a big compound where he and his peers can go to create their videos and work out of.

This gives more context to an Instagram post Holder posted on October 4, with pictures of a ‘Triller Compound,’ Triller being one of TikTok’s biggest direct competitors.

 

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Tayler wants it to be clear that this isn’t supposed to be just a new content house; it’s just a house that people can turn up at, collaborate on content and come and go as they please.

It’ll be interesting to see more of the compound going forward, with a tour video promised by Tayler, and from what little we’ve seen of it, it looks incredible. What comes of the compound, though, remains to be seen.

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Amouranth exposes erobb’s bizarre Twitch chat logs

Published: 19/Jan/2021 20:00

by Michael Gwilliam

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Twitch star Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa revealed some of the weirdest messages she gets from her viewers, including fellow streamer Eric ‘erobb221’ Robbins.

On January 19, the popular ASMR streamer was reviewing a slew of unban requests from users who were muted from talking on her channel.

During the broadcast, Amouranth noticed how Tyler1’s brother, erobb, was in the chat, which caused her viewers to request a rundown of his chat logs.

After some convincing, Amouranth decided to give her audience what they wanted – and the messages he sent were some of the wildest of the bunch.

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Amouranth is one of Twitch’s most popular streamers.

“So, the first time he talked to me was in 2018 with a bunch of smiley faces,” she revealed, scrolling way back up. “Wow.”

From there, the messages got a bit stranger in 2020, with erobb asking to make an appearance on her podcast, claiming the idea could be fun.

A bit later, erobb called Amouranth his “favorite streamer,” accompanied by some emojis. The most bizarre comments, however, came in early 2021.

“You got any socks? Around?” she read the remarks. “I like your socks so much, they look so good.”

Speechless, Amouranth could hardly read the final message where Robbins wrote he was moving to Texas and the two should hang out. She did, however, leave a blistering remark to scold the streamer with sarcasm.

“Damn, that sounds like someone I want to hang out with, chat,” she joked. “Holy shit. Sock connoisseur such as himself. Such a high caliber, top-tier.”

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Erobb wanting socks is a bit of an odd request.

It’s unclear why exactly erobb was asking the streamer for her socks, or what he wanted to accomplish – but given Siragusa’s popularity, it’s unlikely that this is the worst series of messages she’s ever received in her time on Twitch.

Nonetheless, it was incredibly strange, if not bizarrely hilarious, going to show that it’s not just viewers who can be guilty of sending weird messages to streamers – it can be other Twitch stars, too.