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Whatever Happened To Corpse Husband?

Corpse Husband has become an integral part of the lives of many of his fans, who see him as more than just a content creator. His honesty about his mental and physical health struggles has been a beacon of hope for his followers who face similar challenges. In fact, his impact on his viewers has been so profound that several of his viewers have taken the time to thank him for his positive influence on their lives. One video commenter wrote, "Hey, I just wanted to let you know that you've helped me so much, more than you could ever imagine." This sentiment has been echoed by countless others who have found solace in his words.

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Recently, Corpse Husband's withdrawal from social media and online platforms has caused concern among his fans. The lack of a clear explanation for his absence has left many wondering what happened to him, if he is okay, and if he has decided to stop streaming altogether. Although Corpse Husband has not provided a direct response to any of the questions and well-wishes, several details in his history could shed light on why he might have chosen to step away.

Corpse Husband's disappearance

Corpse Husband has been relatively quiet on social media and streaming platforms for the past two years. He hasn't uploaded a video to YouTube since November 2021, and his last Instagram post was on March 31, 2021. Although his Twitter account has been slightly more active with seven updates mainly about his music career in 2022, he has only tweeted once in 2023, announcing his collaboration with Gloomy Bear on February 2 and revealing a special t-shirt and plush.

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Around the same time that Corpse's social media presence diminished, he decided to stop streaming. He explained his decision, saying, "Every single stream, I would be shaking the whole time. I was like, yeah, I don't really think I enjoy doing this." While Corpse may no longer go live on his Twitch account or post to his YouTube channel, he still occasionally appears in streams with other popular content creators like Pokimane and Valkyrae. He also sometimes responds to others' social media posts, though he mainly communicates in emojis.

Harassment, health, and privacy concerns

Corpse Husband has shared several tragic details about his life over the years. In an interview with Anthony Padilla, he revealed that he has long suffered from anxiety, which his sudden surge in popularity exacerbated to the point where he found it difficult to go outside. Additionally, he lives with several health conditions, including fibromyalgia, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), among others.

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The alleged reveal of Corpse Husband's face may have also contributed to his decision to withdraw from the public eye. Earlier the same year, the content creator had predicted that a face reveal would happen "inevitably against my will." He also stated, "I just deeply f***ing hate my face, and people's expectations at this point are ridiculous and unachievable." He further admitted to "cutting [his] face with razor blades" before streams in the past.

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It remains unclear if the person in the image that circulated on social media in 2021 is actually Corpse Husband or not. Many of the responses criticized the appearance of the individual in the photo. This echoed some of the harassment he had dealt with in the past related to what he looks like. "Even with my hands, people like, photoshopped them, and criticized my hands. Like the small bits of me they do see, they criticize," he stated during a steam.

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Music, voice acting, and other projects

It is possible that Corpse Husband has decided to shift his focus to other endeavors instead of continuing to pursue content creation. Valkyrae stated in May 2023 that this is exactly why he isn't around much anymore. "He's a very busy man," she said. "He's not a streamer ... He has a different occupation."

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Corpse has remained active in the entertainment industry, with his music career continuing to gain momentum. Since 2020, he has released multiple singles, including a collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly on the song "DAYWALKER!" in early 2021. Moreover, his track "E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE!" achieved Platinum status in 2022.

In addition to his music career, Corpse Husband has also been making a name for himself in the voice-acting industry. He lent his voice to narrate a short animated film for "Dying Light 2," which was part of the game's pre-release marketing campaign. A few months later, he made his debut in the world of anime by providing the voice for Ōjirō Ōtori in the English dub version of "Tribe Nine." It is clear that Corpse Husband's talents extend beyond streaming, and he has been successful in branching out to explore other creative avenues.

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