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Social media plays a vital role in today’s world. It helps to show our talents. Likewise, gamers can showcase their gaming expertise. Dream is a virtual YouTuber who uses an Avatar for public appearances and he also streams on twitch. The dream never showed its real face to anyone in the audience. He uses a smiling emoji for his public appearances. Just like any other famous YouTuber, people want Dream to be revealed. He has been streaming Minecraft videos since the year 2019, but until now, Dream Face unveiling has been a hot topic for his fans. His smiling logo has become his signature face for public appearances, but we never know when things will change and Dream will be unveiled so fans will get to know his real face.

The hype of Dream’s facial reveals started a long time ago. Way back in 2014, Dream created his YouTube account and from 2019 onwards he started uploading videos regularly and at a very fast pace, he started gaining popularity thus creating a huge fan base. As he already became a famous creator on YouTube, the fans wanted to see him and thus made them curious about what he looked like. Over the years, there have been many rumors about the unveiling of Dream’s face in the public. Before we take a look at his face, rumors reveal, let’s discuss who he is and his description itself.

Dream is a famous American YouTuber who makes Minecraft videos on YouTube and streams them on Twitch. He started his journey in 2019 and already gained 10,000,000 subscribers in 2020. Dream even kept his name a secret, but Karl Jacobs has revealed on Twitter that Dream’s real name is Clay, although the tweet has already been deleted. That tweet showed that Karl saved the contact name as “Clay Dream” on his phone. This incident shows us how secretive he is to the world. He also once described himself as having dirty blond hair and green eyes. Now about Dream Face Reveal.

Around June 10, 2021, fans of noted YouTuber Dream went crazy when a photo surfaced on Twitter claiming to reveal Dream Face. Was that Dream’s photo?

What did famous YouTuber Dream say about the viral photo that claimed to be “Dream face reveal”?

The fans went crazy when the photo claimed that Dream face was revealed and started to disgrace the photo. Dream took matters into his own hands and tweeted on his private Twitter on Thursday, June 11, 2021 that it wasn’t him. he also went on to talk about how judgmental some people are. He said it is a very shameful act to judge someone by their appearance and make the random person fat. He claimed that such actions were harmful, rude and idiotic. He also stated in the second tweet that death threats, encouragement to suicide, harassment and fabricating screenshots or stories for people are not great things to do for fun. However, he ended on a positive note by saying that tweeter can be a ridiculous place that sometimes spreads a lot of hate, but he asked everyone to spread love as much as possible.

He claimed that this is not the first time someone has faced such a problem on social media platforms. On their public Twitter account, however, he kept things a bit more light-hearted, posting a computer-generated photo of a random man and writing “decided to reveal the face… please be nice :/”, although it’s obviously fake too used to be. After his reply, many fans tweeted and supported him.

Some fans tweeted to think about themselves and their mentality is fat shaming. Another fan tweeted that it’s understandable why many YouTubers don’t reveal the face and this Dream face fake leak clearly reveals some people’s negative mindset.

This isn’t the first time fans have been rumored to have Dream Face unveiled. There are many fans who are all detectives about the revelation of the dream face.

Fan’s theories about the claim

A YouTube channel Serpentine went in search of Dream’s real face and somehow learned that Dream posted a video revealing himself on September 25, 2019, but he quickly deleted it. After collecting more information, he got 3 pictures claiming to be Dream but he is not sure if he could be Dream between any of them. You can watch the video here:

After so many fake Dream Face reveals, fans are still waiting for the real face reveal and in 2021 he also mentioned in one of his videos that he might be revealed in 2022! So patience is the only answer for the fans.


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