• Formerly banned from Twitch streaming platform
• American nationality, born in 1997
• Started Twitch streaming in 2014
• Transferred activities to Hitbox and YouTube after ban on Twitch
• Registered Republican who supports Donald Trump
Brittany Venti is now a popular YouTuber, who was earlier banned from the Twitch streaming platform. Brittany still insists her ban was unfair, as she did nothing wrong, while the internet trolls from such sources as 4Chan flooded her text-to-speech with racist slogans, which then sounded on her stream.
- 1 Early life and family
- 2 Educational background
- 3 Career
- 4 Personal life
- 5 Was Brittany arrested for fighting?
- 6 Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
- 7 Appearance, clothing style
- 8 Net worth and salary
Early life and family
Brittany Dier was born on 21 September 1997, in New York, USA, so her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality. Nothing is known about her parents, even though she still lives with them. Brittany has a younger sister and an older brother, whose names are also unknown. There is also no information as to why and when she changed her name.
The rumors about Brittany’s dropping out from high school circulated in 2014, however, she matriculated from her local high school in New York in 2015. She then shared that she indeed had troubles with her teachers, who she used to argue a lot with. There is no information about her college education, if any.
Starting a Twitch account
Brittany started her Twitch streaming channel on 19 July 2014, entitling her profile “The Lollipop Ninja”. She played various games, such as Grand Theft Auto V, Minecraft, etc., always chatting friendly with her followers; probably her politeness provoked the internet trolls to attack her on her streams.
From the very beginning of her streaming, trolls often flooded her chat with tons of emoji’s, links to various memes, and made her text-to-speech produce offensive things. She banned the trolls as fast as she could, but it only made them more active.
In May 2015 Brittany’s Twitch channel became even more popular, as she started to share her feminist thoughts with her viewers. She soon felt the support of her female followers and proceeded to focus on that topic. The users of such sources as 4Chan (which is famous for its trolls), Reddit, etc., started visiting her stream again and again, and their ‘raids’ on her channel even made her cry during her live stream. The video with the highlight from that stream later hit over 750,000 views.
Eventually on 12 June 2015 Brittany’s channel was banned by Twitch, as her stream was reported to have pornographic, racist and suggestive content – Brittany did nothing from that list – all was ‘brought’ by the internet trolls.
Transferring to Hitbox.tv
After being banned on Twitch, Brittany transferred her activities and streams to Hitbox.tv, which was another streaming platform founded in October 2013. Hitbox.tv was one of Twitch’s main competitors, so Brittany was taking her revenge there both on the platform she was banned from, and the trolls which caused her account to be deleted. However, Hitbox.tv never gained the same popularity as Twitch, so in 2017 Brittany somehow had her Twitch account reinstated, and returned to the platform on 27 July 2017.
She proceeded sharing her gaming videos and streams, also not forgetting her feminism ideas. The internet trolls couldn’t help raiding her stream again, filling her chat with various memes, especially the ones she found the most annoying: John Cena catch-line, The Hedgehog’s Green Hill Zone music, the Darude song from Sandstorm game, etc. All those things made Brittany cry again, yet she didn’t stop streaming.
While she was playing, other people who wanted to make her mad, found her character in such games as GTA V and made various troubles for her character, for example, ruined her in-game car, fought with her character, shot her character while she was driving her car, and even imitated raping her character, etc.; all those things made the process of playing the game simply impossible and unbearable for Brittany.
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— Venti 🔲 (@BrittanyVenti) May 17, 2020
Eventually on 3 April 2018, Brittany’s Twitch stream was banned for her playing the YouTube Headquarters shooter game. She insisted she didn’t break any rules and found the ban ‘ridiculous’, but her Twitch account was permanently deleted.
Transferring to YouTube
On 27 April 2015 Brittany created her YouTube channel, and posted the highlights of her Twitch streams. However, when the latter platform permanently banned her account, she made her YouTube account her main streaming and video-posting profile. Along with her gaming content, Brittany posted various blogs, including more political and social content in 2018.
As a registered Republican, Brittany supported Donald Trump in her videos, so had to face a lot of negative comments for her support of the current President of the US.
One of the most popular videos on her channel is entitled “Pokifake The Phoney Streamer”, and as of 2020, it has over 1.5 million views; in the video Brittany shared her attitude to another popular streamer, Pokimane, calling her ‘pathetic, stupid, and phoney’.
As of 2020, Brittany does a lot of videos on her hatred towards the spread of pornography. In one of her latest videos she even said that she found pornography (and the source PornHub in particular) more dangerous than COVID-19, claiming that inappropriate content was spreading even faster than the pandemic of the new coronavirus.
She also entertains her viewers by reading the Constitution aloud, praying live, etc.
Brittany also uses other social media platforms to spread the word against pornography, inappropriate content, etc. She created a Patreon profile which said “Brittany Venti is creating a traditional lifestyle”. Supported by 66 patrons, Brittany shares her thoughts on the modern family institution, and speaks her mind on various social problems. She also develops her Instagram account entitled “Brittany Wears”, sharing her looks and Japanese-styled outfits’, the profile is followed by over 35,000 people.
Brittany also has an OnlyFans profile, creating special content for subscription payments.
Brittany has never been noticed in any relationship, yet she says she is pro-monogamy, so she won’t date anyone just to have a boyfriend.
Was Brittany arrested for fighting?
In 2017 Brittany was arrested by the New York police for her fighting against Antifa demonstrators during the May Labor Day counter-protest which Brittany was attending. According to her words from the Periscope video she posted while in police custody, she was hit on the head by an Antifa male demonstrator. Brittany was eventually released; there is no information as to whether she was obliged to pay any fine.
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
- Brittany mentioned in one of her videos that she takes medication for the Bipolar disorder she suffered for several years.
- Brittany likes going shopping; her favorite stores are Forever 21 and Victoria’s Secret; the latter shop make her even more happy if they have her favorite leggings in pink shade, which her favorite color.
- Brittany’s favorite drink is a hazelnut frappuccino from Starbucks.
- She likes doing yoga; she also likes walking at the beach.
- Her favorite game of all time is Lollipop Chainsaw; she also likes playing Pokémon.
- Brittany has two cats, named Coochie and Cosmo.
- One of her favorite books is Mikki Kendall’s “Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot”.
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Appearance, clothing style
Brittany has long very curly black hair and brown eyes; she often wears contact lenses of bright grey color. Her height, weight and vital statistics are not available at the moment. As to her clothing style, she tends to wear Japanese-style clothes, choosing the outfits from modern Japanese fashion magazines.
Net worth and salary
As of 2020, Brittany is reported to have a net worth of over $100,000. Being banned from Twitch saw her lose many followers and content twice, so she is trying hard to recollect her audience, now on her YouTube channel.