The anime community was completely taken over by Nux Taku when he published his anime analytics videos on YouTube.
This particular independent VTuber is said to be one of the most followed and influential VTubers in the industry right now. Making meme videos has become a bigger part of Taku’s schedule due to his growing fame.
Along with fellow YouTubers Oompaville and SomeOrdinaryGamers, he is a co-host of the podcast SomeOrdinaryPodcast.
According to Apple Podcasts, this discussion group welcomes a new guest each week to discuss topics like anime, pop culture, and trends.
The Nux Taku and Vshojo controversy sparked Reddit drama
The much publicized debate between Nux Taku and Vshojo, commonly referred to as the Vshojo-doxxer problem, gained widespread publicity.
It all started in spring 2021 when it was discovered that VShojo talents were being targeted by doxxers, i.e. people who reveal the true identity of other people to the public. In view of the seriousness of the situation, the law enforcement authorities have become involved in the investigation.
In October of the same year, fake VShojo emails were sent to Nux and other VTubers in order to gain access to their personal information. Nux had contacted VShojo for verification and received information about the ongoing investigation.
After further investigation, Nux was able to identify the perpetrator and on November 21, 2021 released a video about their discovery. According to what YouTube Fandom writes, this sparked his displeasure with VShojo, who insists it warned him not to engage in the behavior.
According to VShojo, Nux’s actions disrupted the court process, making it easier for other Doxxers to understand how to avoid prosecution for their actions. In the end, Nux managed to get his recordings removed from public view, but the VTuber community didn’t stop criticizing him for his behavior.
As a result, the debate grew longer as both sides defended their behavior and made allegations against them, adding to the drama and spawning multiple discussion groups on Reddit.
Nux Taku clicked on his viewers about his arrest
A month ago there were widespread rumors that Nux Taku would be imprisoned as a result of the VShojo dispute that had been out of his control for some time.
He was taken to jail by police for his inappropriate behavior at Disneyland, according to a number of unnamed sources. However, this reasoning is the news that his followers are least worried about.
On the other hand, Nux tweeted on July 17 that he was taken into custody for using the code NUX on gfuel, which is considered theft due to the nature of the transaction.
He also scribbled #FreeNuxTaku on the newspaper’s page, showing his support for the demonstrations his supporters were holding on Twitter for his release.
Truth be told, none of those two million customers bragging about VTuber have ever been arrested. Known for his easy-going nature, Nux claims he lives in a vacuum and that everything he says is humorous.
As a result, his tweet was a nuisance to his followers and the netizens who irrationally speculate and speculate about him.
The VTuber uploaded a video titled Face Reveal in 2020
Nux Taku is a Canadian-American YouTuber and streamer using a different name online under the guise of Nux Taku.
He is known on social media for his animated face, a personality that has amassed millions of followers and viewers among anime community members around the world.
Nux never mentioned his face reveal until April 3, 2020, when his video titled “Face Reveal (will be deleted soon)” was first uploaded to YouTube.
His eager viewers were thrilled to see his face, only to find out the VTuber was busy with click bait. Citing Nux’s love for his current identity and the mystery surrounding him, his supporters have waited patiently throughout the year.
On the other hand, his July 20 tweet, which included a photo of a young man with the caption “immersion break,” caused headaches among Twitterati.
Despite all the excitement, Nux has declined to comment on whether or not the man depicted is actually him.
Nux Taku is not affiliated with NASA
There are a number of videos online in which he deliberately misleads his audience as a joke despite having a reputation for being amusing and witty.
Viewers rejoiced in his new employment when he posted a video titled “So I got hired by NASA by accident…” as one of the videos on Jan. 17, 2021.
A tabloid had falsely reported that Nux worked for the space business, and as the video progressed he gave his reaction to that information.
He currently works full-time as a VTUber and streamer, and also hosts a popular podcast. the number of new career choices available to him is growing daily. Nux is okay with using his time to create entertaining content for his audience instead of poking fun at working for NASA.