Pokimane reveals secrets that influencers ‘don’t want you to know’ – Dexerto

Published: 2023-03-06T20:13:32

Updated: 2023-03-06T20:13:43

Twitch star Pokimane spilled the tea on influencer secrets, sharing three great insider tips fans may not know about their favorite content creators.

Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys is the most followed woman on Twitch, where she boasts More than 9 million followers.

She is one of the most prominent broadcasters on the site, having built a huge following over her ten-year career. So it makes sense that she would be in the know about some of the industry’s top secrets, some of which she decided to reveal in a Recent TikTok clip.

On March 6, Anys took to TikTok to share some details of her experience as a content creator that she says some of her peers might not “want you to know.”

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Pokimane Opens Up About “Fake Relationships” Between Influencers

First, Pokimane claimed that there are more creators in “fake relationships” than her fans might think. He said this happens more often with YouTubers than creators on other platforms, clarifying that “they’re not very common, but they do exist.”

“That’s why sometimes when you hear, ‘Oh, someone cheated on someone,’ it’s not cheating, they’re just not really together,” she explained.

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Pokimane says some influencers have “fake relationships,” though she says this is more common among YouTubers than creators on other platforms.

Anys went on to claim that many high-profile creators on sites like OnlyFans don’t actually message all of their subscribers. Instead, she says they often employ people to handle messaging for them, sometimes even turning to agencies for help.

His third and final point stated that influencers often rent designer clothes for major events or photo shoots, or are sometimes sent brand-specific clothing to wear at an activation that they have to return when they’re done.

“A lot of the clothes you see influencers wear are rented or borrowed if they’re smart,” she said. “But that’s a big trap for people who want to be influencers, like they think they need a lot of Louis Vuitton or Gucci and this and that, and they spend a lot of money buying that. But honestly, people who have already done it, use it once and send it back.”

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This fashion tip follows Anys’ trip to Fashion Week, where she debuted a new hairstyle that divided her fanbase with strong opinions (though it’s unclear whether or not she rented her designer clothes for that particular occasion). ).