Tana mongeau viner story
The Vine app may be dead, but that doesn't mean its biggest stars' six-seconds of fame have ended. Three years ago today, the Internet devastatingly lost Vine, one of its most innovative apps. The quirky platform, which looped short-form videos over and over, launched in and quickly exploded with millions of fans following creators who sung music, produced comedic sketches or simply captured funny, everyday moments. Basically, Vine walked so TikTok could run.
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Tana Mongeau vs The World
Mongeau seemed completely shocked by the news. Though Mongeau was met with cheers and applause at the ceremony, many internet users appeared to be upset by the news. While some were surprised that Dobrik did not take home the award, others felt the Streamy should have gone to MrBeast, who has recently made headlines for his massive campaign to plant 20 million trees around the globe. The Streamys are an absolute joke.
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It’s Been 3 Years (or 15,768,000 Loops) Since the Vine App Died: See Where Famous Viners Are Now
Tana Mongeau is one of my favorite youtubers. She is hilarious and one of the realest people on the internet. She made a video about how a certain viner, well into his twenties, asked her for nudes when she was just 16 years old. Now, she is getting so much backlash and is getting called a liar and so many more horrible names.
She is known for her "storytime" videos and similar comedy videos. Mongeau's most famous videos are her "storytime" videos. On January 24, , Mongeau posted a video titled "The N Word" which has received over 7 million views. In the video, Mongeau describes an encounter where a person on her tour later revealed to be YouTuber iDubbbz told her "say nigger", in response to a tweet posted by Mongeau to iDubbbz, telling him to kill himself for his comedic use of "nigger" in his YouTube videos.
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