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Tana Mongeau Net Worth: Once upon a time inin Las Vegas, Nevada,lived a girl who grew up in a home where the family members would fight all the time. Nobody could imagine that one day this girl would becomethe famous laid-back YouTube vlogger and actress known as Tana Mongeau.
But how did Tana Mongeau become such a famous YouTuber? Why did she become a YouTuber?Is it true that someone is stalking her since her second grade? Did she start drinking when she was in 8th grade and smoking weed when she was 14? Is she also a rapper? Did she ever have cosmetic surgery?What was her life like before fame?It’s time for me to answer all these questions and more since this is ASMR Aaron back at it again with another daily video to help you relax. So, lay back and enjoy the ride. I hope this video gets you through your day or even better I hope this read helps you gently fall asleep. I can’t wait to get started. This is the tale of Tana Mongeau.
Tana had a difficult childhood. She has previously spoken about the constant fighting in her household. She also had a stalker when she was in 2nd grade that may or may not still be stalking her. Tana has sent him to jail, but he has since been released, and she believes that he broke into her old house. Growing up in Las Vegas had also exposed her to parties, drugs, and alcohol at a very young age.
Tana managed to muster 2.3 million subscribers in just one year after starting her channel on April 30, 2015. After over 163 million video views, Tana has now become one of the famous faces to appear in the internet memes. She has reached a status where she is in the same league as Shane Dawson, Ricky Dillon, Jonah Green and Gabbie Hanna. Moving further up, she plans to get more interactive with her viewer as she is welcoming fan submissions of 2-minute videos. She spoke about this in her video “MOST LIT ANNOUNCEMENT VIDEO EVERRRRRRRRRRR”, saying “to find funny, real and that are unspoken like me who have a chance to blow up and become huge”.
Apparently, being crude is the new label for being realistic and it is widely welcomed by fans online. Tana is one such YouTube personality who delves into details no matter how brazen it gets while explaining incidents from her life. It is also her daunting methods of dealing with haters which puts her on top of her game, who doesn’t like a brave girl. Tana has been identified as a “beauty pro” by her fans after her video on “How to cake your face like a pro”, because of works like this, she was invited to walk the red carpets of events like ‘BeautyCon’ and ‘VidCon’.
Tana is not the average girl who hides behind a curtain, separating her social and professional life. She likes to discuss even the darker parts of her life with her viewers, as her videos are about real slices of her life, like her stalker who has been lurking around her since her second grade. She is currently dating Somer Hollingsworth who is also a social media star like herself.
Mongeau’s most famous videos are her “storytime” videos. On February 10, 2017, Mongeau posted on her Snapchat that she was being investigated by the FBI after someone hacked into her emails and “sent a bombing and shooting threat to McCarran International Airport”.
On January 24, 2017, 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. iDubbbz in turn made a video outlining her hypocrisy, pointing out examples where she had previously and publicly used the word hatefully. On February 17, 2017, Mongeau posted a video titled “An apology” in response to the iDubbbz drama which has received over 3 million views.
Mongeau’s debut single, “Hefner”, was released in November 2017. The music video featured Bella Thorne. That same month, Mongeau was featured on an episode of Maury. Mongeau collaborated with Lil Phag and Dr. Woke on a song titled “Deadahh” that was released on December 15, 2017. She released her second solo single, “W”, on March 1, 2018. Her third solo single, “F**k Up”, was released on August 31, 2018.
Mongeau announced on May 26, 2018, that she would be hosting her own convention, titled TanaCon, at the same time and in the same city as Vidcon 2018, from June 22–23.Mongeau intended TanaCon to be an alternative to VidCon after the VidCon 2017 organizers failed to give Mongeau the rights at the convention of a “featured creator”. TanaCon took place in Anaheim, California, at the Anaheim Marriott Suites, on June 22, 2018, and was cancelled the same day. Over 80 creators were set to hold panels at the event including Bella Thorne, Shane Dawson, Casey Neistat, Miranda Sings, Ricky Dillon, Elijah Daniel, Jenn McAllister, Gabbie Hanna, Trevor Moran, Lisa Schwartz and Jack Baran. Despite Mongeau’s claims that 20,000 people tried to attend the convention, 4,000 to 5,000 people attended at most and the Marriott was not capable of holding even that many people. Those who attended or lined up to attend complained of lack of food and water and standing for hours in the sun. It was reported that many people were sunburned and that some people passed out because of the heat. The event had received much attention and criticism. The Verge said that fans were comparing it to Fyre Fest, and attendees were yelling “refund” after the event. Dawson said that agreeing to appear at TanaCon was the “worst decision [he] ever made”. Mongeau later apologized and said that refunds would be issued. Dawson later released a 3-part documentary style series of YouTube videos that shared Mongeau and other people involved in the convention’s perspectives on the event.
It was announced on April 29, 2019, that Mongeau will be starring on her own MTV reality series titled Tana Turns 21 premiering Summer 2019. Mongeau’s fourth solo single, “FaceTime”, was released on May 18, 2019, alongside its music video.
In May 2019, VidCon said that Mongeau would be a “Featured Creator” at the convention. VidCon co-founder Hank Green had said in 2018 that he had “100% screwed up” in not inviting Mongeau to VidCon 2017 as a “Featured Creator”.
Tana Mongeau is currently single after splitting from Jake Paul in January 2020. Tana was in an open relationship with singer and actress Bella Thorne from 2017 to February 2019. During that time, Tana also dated Canadian blogger Brad Sousa from February 2018 to April 2019, until she discovered that he had cheated on her. Before that, Tana dated YouTuber Somer Hollingsworth (2015-2017), YouTuber Kian Lawley (2017) and rapper Lil Xan (2018).
Tana Mongeau started “dating” YouTuber Jake Paul after her break-up with Brad Sousa in April 2019. Although Jake said the relationship was initially for clout and YouTube views in his video ‘The secret behind our relationship’, they got married in Las Vegas in July 2019 – but it wasn’t legal. In January 2020, the couple then announced that they were going on a break.
Tana Mongeau has admitted to having had cosmetic surgery. Tana Mongeau had septoplasty (a surgical procedure to correct a deviated septum) in 2016 to correct severe nose bleeds and help with her breathing. She has also revealed that she has lip fillers too, but has denied having had her boobs done or any other surgery.
And so ends the tale of the laid-back YouTube star and actress, Tana Mongeau who lived happily ever after, sharing her views on corruptions and other social mishaps through her videos, trying to make the world a better place.
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