In a Cribs- style video, Tana Mongeau took fans on a tour of her massive house. Tana Mongeau is a vlogger known for her eccentric personality, who made headlines this year when her spiteful anti-vid con convention, TANACON, ripped off thousands of fans and caused an uproar in the YouTube community.
But all of that drama only made Tana more popular and it looks like she’s raking in the cash.
Tana has been living in her new home for 4 months now and finally decided to give her fans a tour. The home was previously owned by creators Kian and JC and many YouTubers have made memories there. Her manager Jordan, works out of the pool house, and the house is constantly filled with Tana’s closest friends.
Tana reminisces on the days where she was working at Pac Sun in Vegas, and says she’s very grateful for the life she gets to live now. Tana’s fans are excited for her.
Tana is just one of several YouTube creators who have upgraded their homes lately. Shane Dawson and his boyfriend Ryland Adams recently moved into brand new home after Shane’s successful year, deep diving into the lives on controversial YouTubers, and winning a Streamy for Creator of the Year.
James Charles also upgraded from his apartment in September, but unfortunately, after showing his home on YouTube, James got some unwelcome guests.
please stop showing up at my house. i will not hug you, i will not take a photo with you, and i absolutely will not sign your palette. it is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. respect people’s privacy, it’s really not that hard.
— James Charles (@jamescharles) December 16, 2018
He tweeted, “please stop showing up at my house. i will not hug you, i will not take a photo with you, and i absolutely will not sign your palette. it is extremely disrespectful & makes me feel very unsafe in my own home. respect people’s privacy, it’s really not that hard.”
So while showing your house on the internet can be fun, it can also be a little dangerous. But what do you think? It it safe for creators to show their homes on the internet? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.