Subscriber Account active since. Without Alex Warren, there would be no Hype House. He and other Hype House members like the one he mentioned, year-old Charli D'Amelio, have attracted a massive following. Warren has more than , YouTube subscribers, which is the platform he started on, and he has more than 3. But not all the attention has been positive. Warren has attracted a lot of hate from fans of the mega-popular YouTube star David Dobrik, who has nearly 16 million subscribers and started judging Nickelodeon's "America's Most Musical Family" in Dobrik fans have noticed similarities between the two YouTuber's vlogs, and accuse Warren of copying everything from Dobrik's thumbnails to his video lengths, his comedy skit style with his group of friends, and even his laugh. But he's adamant that he's not intentionally copying Dobrik, and says their content is similar because it reflects growing trends on the platform in general. Warren first addressed the Dobrik comparisons in April last year, when he got a bump in popularity on YouTube. He goes on to say that if haters actually watched his videos, they'd understand his content is different than Dobrik's.
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Welcome to Creators Going Pro , where in partnership with Semaphore — a creator-focused family of companies providing business and financial services to social media professionals — we profile professional YouTube stars who have hit it big by doin g what they love. Alex Costa believes all men can look good, feel good, and be good. His channel is full of videos offering style, fitness, haircare, and life advice like how to get up early without feeling like you want to die for all the dudes out there who want to get a leg up on life. He joined to make Portuguese-language videos about Call of Duty , which already had a thriving esports community in the U. Like his current videos, though, his Call of Duty content was meant to help others; he used it to teach people how to better their skills, and ultimately hoped to inspire folks to go pro and form a competitive Brazilian league.
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He also occasionally streams on his Twitch channel. He now runs his own podcast called Internet Sensation. Alex is known for making videos on popular YouTube topics or controversies, and of people who indirectly mention him in videos KSI likely being the biggest example. He has had a number of popular series, including "We Watch In , he started to do commentary videos, mostly on other YouTubers or people. He gained popularity very fast, especially in December and January , when he gained 65, subscribers in two months. However, when Slazo debunked these allegations and showed evidence that Chey's allegations were a lie, ImAllexx and many of his friends still sided with Chey and made various tweets, defending Chey and claiming Slazo was "manipulative" . Many of the people later noticed that he also jumped to conclusions when he talked about James Charles. The last tweet that he made about the situation was a statement clarifying how he actually felt about the situation and why he got involved , however, this statement was criticized for it supposedly being rushed and its insincerity. The drama ended up damaging ImAllexx's reputation.
Alexander Emric or Emerick Jones born February 11,   is an American far-right  radio show host, political extremist  and conspiracy theorist. Jones began his broadcasting career in the s running a live public-access cable television program in Austin, Texas , later switching to radio. He has been at the center of many controversies: he promoted conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting. Jones has described himself as a conservative , paleoconservative and libertarian , terms he uses interchangeably. Jones was born on February 11, in Dallas, Texas , and was raised in the suburb of Rockwall , and later in Austin. His father is a dentist  and his mother a homemaker. He described it as "the easiest-to-read primer on The New World Order". Jones began his career in Austin working on a live, call-in format public-access cable television program.