9 famous YouTubers share their daily life stories

Troye Sivan on his film and YouTube career:

Troye Sivan on his film and YouTube career

“Acting is something that’s pretty much in other people’s hands but YouTube is 100 per cent yourself and you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. Eventually, I want it to get to the point where one can help out the other.”

Fun fact: Troye’s got really bendy fingers – and we’ve seen it to believe it. 

Tosh Rock on his career path:

Tosh Rock on his career path

“Initially my parents were very afraid about my future when they saw me being very passionate about YouTube because they didn’t see it as a practical career path in Singapore but when I got auditioned for Ah Boys to Men, they stopped judging me.”

Fun fact: He was actually part of a breakdancing group called Radikal Forze.

Dee Kosh on straddling his MediaCorp day job and YouTube hobby:

Dee Kosh on straddling his MediaCorp day job and YouTube hobby

“I’m very opinionated but I draw the line on what I can say on radio as compared to on YouTube. I sort of separate myself into two people – the Dee Kosh on radio that’s really nice and a verbal person on YouTube.

Fun fact: He’s got a Gangnam Style parody called Singapore Style on his YouTube site, which we wish we never watched.

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