Hololive Production agency's Virtual YouTubers have been reaching a million followers more and more often, with Inugami Korone, Shirakami Fubuki, Usada Pekora, Minato Aqua and Houshou Marine being the most recent, and with Gawr Gura reaching a staggering number out of two million, its popularity is undeniable.
However, the story that brings us together today is about a red “Super Chat” that Houshou Marine received in one of his live broadcasts, which generated great interest in Japan as it represented a sum of 10,000 yen (approximately $ 97 ).
In his included message, the user, in addition to congratulating the Virtual YouTuber for exceeding one million subscribers on YouTube, described that he is currently unemployed. In fact, he pointed out that he had a job but that he was temporarily sent home due to the current situation due to the pandemic, so he keeps himself entertained by watching Houshou Marine live while thinking about the future.
So it is normal to see a lot of people commenting during the live shows of the Hololive Production Virtual YouTubers, but even among them there were comments of concern at the large sum given by a user with a compromised financial position. How do you donate so much money without having sources of income? While these people surely have some savings to make ends meet, would you be willing to donate almost $ 100 to a Virtual YouTuber while unemployed?
About Houshou Marine
She is a Virtual YouTuber affiliated with the Hololive Production agency and a member of the third generation of talents, also known as “Hololive Fantasy,” along with Usada Pekora, Uruha Rushia, Shiranui Flare and Shirogane Noel. Marine debuted on August 11, 2019 on YouTube.
According to one description, Marine is a bold, fast-talking girl who often makes lewd jokes and playfully teases her peers and viewers. She often struggles to control her lust and openly lusts after fictional female characters. According to her backstory, she loves money, jewelry, and treasures, and she decided to become a Virtual YouTuber to get money to buy her own boat. Despite her appearances, Marine is officially a cosplayer, not a pirate.
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