Has Corpse Husband ever shown his face? We investigate
While most popular streamers climb their way to the top due to their viewers feeling a connection to them, some have become very popular due to the mystery surrounding them. One of those more mysterious streamers is Corpse Husband.
Corpse Husband has been quickly gaining momentum in the streaming world for his low voice and entertaining content. He started as a horror content creator but became a top YouTuber after playing Among Us with other popular streamers. He has almost 7 million followers on YouTube and his song "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE" has been played over 75 million times.
What is Corpse Husband's real name?
Corpse Husband has never revealed his first name. But fans do know that he's about 23 years old and lives in San Diego.
Has Corpse Husband ever shown his face?
Corpse Husband has never shown his face, creating a lot of mystery and curiosity around his online persona. Even during live interviews, Corpse Husband has worn a mask. He revealed the reason in an Instagram Q&A, telling his fans that it's not just a gimmick. For him, it's actually due to his being self-conscious and "deeply fucking hating my face."
"People's expectations at this point are ridiculous and unachievable," Corpse Husband added.
Corpse Husband has also opened up about his struggles with mental illness, including harming himself. His insecurities have led to fans being even more supportive of the online personality.
Why does Corpse Husband have a low voice?
Even though Corpse Husband has never revealed his appearance, he's been very open about his life story and struggles. He is known for his ridiculously low voice, which some followers find sexy and appealing. But Corpse noted that it's caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which has affected his throat via exposure to stomach acid. His voice was always deep, Corpse said, but this made it sound even lower.
Corpse Husband has other medical conditions. This includes sleep apnoea, fibromyalgia, and thoracic outlet syndrome. He also has light sensitivity in one eye, leading to him wearing an eye patch while he games and streams.
"Every time I look at a screen for more than five minutes with my eye, it just gets completely inflamed and bloodshot, hurting really bad the rest of the day," Corpse Husband said.
To answer some questions.— Corpse Husband (@Corpse_Husband) December 12, 2019
I live alone, and have the entire time.
Tested negative for: RA, Lupus, brain tumors, pituitary issues, spine damage, MS, blood work for cancers, multiple CBC's showed nothing, hormone abnormalities, (but nothing serious, just weird), bone issues, etc
How much does Corpse Husband earn?
Corpse Husband earns over $80,000 a month from his YouTube channel alone, according to tracking website Social Blade. It's possible he makes over $1 million a year if there are high ad rates. He has also made over $600,000 from his music career.
Who is Corpse Husband dating?
Corpse Husband has been linked with a lot of popular streamers and influencers. Anyone he plays a game with can become a source of infatuation for his curious fans. But Corpse Husband recently told his followers that he refuses to date anyone.
"Breakups fucking suck, so I don't date anyone," he told fans. "Breakups are awful."
Corpse Husband noted that he has had girlfriends in the past. He wished them all well. His outwardly wholesome persona is definitely part of the secretive streamer's appeal to younger fans.
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