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The Truth Behind Corpse Husband's Name

Corpse Husband is so hot right now. Fans are intrigued by everything about the faceless YouTuber, from his music to personal happenings in his life. Though Corpse has sad reasons behind his reticence to show his face, he's clearly grateful to his fans for supporting him through some of the hardest times in his life. Corpse Husband even got a billboard in Times Square after rallying his fans to help him win a competition and they showed all the love for his TikTok hit "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" when it was released in 2020.

However, fans may not have fully considered where Corpse's screen name comes from, or why he's continued to use it for so many years. Fans have latched onto the name, and continue creating art and fanfiction about their favorite YouTube personality, whether he chooses to show his face or not. Meanwhile, Corpse joked about his real name and location before, but he's never revealed his true identity.

Corpse Husband is poised for continued financial and professional success, but fans still want to know how he got his name and what it means. Luckily for those fans, Corpse has revealed how he originally came up with the name. 

How did Corpse choose his name?

According to Draw Their Life, a YouTube channel dedicated to telling the stories of famous YouTubers, Corpse Husband found the name after brainstorming for a while, but he wasn't sure if he should keep it. His girlfriend at the time liked the name and encouraged him to roll with it. Thus, legend was born. From there, Corpse began narrating horror stories in his creepy cool deep voice, and the rest is history.

Corpse has also confirmed this origin in one of his most-viewed streams, which featured Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. He explained that he chose the name on a whim, and that he just kind of stuck with it.

In an interview with Anthony Padilla, Corpse explained that he feels as though he has backed himself into a corner in regards to his private life. "The more that people know about me online, the less that I can be open about myself in my private life," Corpse confessed. Corpse Husband seems to think that a face reveal is inevitable, but he plans to put it off as long as possible. 

At the very least, new fans now have some more answers regarding his unique screen name.