Where Your Favorite YouTubers From Middle School Are Now
YouTube has only been around since 2005 and already it’s completely changed the way we look at content creation. YouTube influencers can become multi-millionaires, 20-year-old pranksters are buying Calabasas mansions, and OG vloggers have graduated to major motion pictures and mainstream media gigs. Even two years ago, if you had said that Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul‘s engagement would be plastered across Cosmo and InStyle, you would’ve been committed, but even their *fake* pregnancy found its way to TMZ in 2019. YouTube has been changing alongside the media landscape it has transformed. While some of the YouTube stars we stanned during its early days have really gone through it, there are a few who are still thriving.