YouTuber Dream did not reveal his face in MrBeast’s 'YouTube Rewind' but fans get #NeckReveal trending instead

Dream is one of the largest YouTube content creators for Minecraft with 15 million subscribers -- a milestone figure for which he was trending on December 31 as well


                            YouTuber Dream did not reveal his face in MrBeast’s 'YouTube Rewind' but fans get #NeckReveal trending instead
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YouTuber MrBeast released his version of the 2020 Youtube Rewind on his channel with the words: "This is what Youtube Rewind would look like if it was made by creators lol." Little did he know that the last screengrab for his video 'Youtube Rewind 2020, Thank God It's Over' teasing the face reveal of YouTuber Dream would grab everyone's attention. 

Dream is one of the largest YouTube content creators for Minecraft with 15 million subscribers -- a milestone figure for which he was trending on December 31 as well. Dream has never revealed his face before. So when the video ends with him about to remove the placard hiding his face, anticipation does run high. But the video ends with a fart noise and the YouTuber 'revealing' a face mask with his signature 'basic smiley face' motif on a full face mask.

 



 

He did reveal a sliver of skin right under his face though -- his neck and it was enough to get some of his fans excited. "We may of not gotten a face reveal BUT WE DID GET A NECK REVEAL? LETS GO?" said one tweet, while another said: "neck reveal > face reveal"



 



 

When #NeckReveal started trending with the Twitter description under it, there were quite a few Twitter users who couldn't believe that Twitter's trending feed was being hijacked again by Dream fans. "I really thought '2021 might be better' then I see 'NECK REVEAL' trending day 1," said one tweet, while another said: "...these stans are...simping over a neck reveal??? Go touch some grass" 



 



 

However, the Minecraft gaming community and Dream fans were quick to hit back asking people angry over the trend to chill and know when to see a joke. "People who are getting upset that dream’s neck reveal is trending right now just prove that teenagers (especially teenage girls) can’t do anything without being made fun of for it. its a joke, let people joke with their own fandom and their content creators," said one user, while another said: "what’s so bad about it? that people who are fans of a faceless youtuber/streamer are making a joke about seeing a part of his body? are you personally offended that people are taking about his neck? because if so, those are some deep rooted issues that only therapy can fix."  



 



 

Dream recently became (in)famous for being accused of cheating on his Minecraft speedruns. But the cheating controversy doesn't seem to have affected his popularity.

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