Tana Mongeau is a popular American YouTuber, social media influencer, and reality TV personality.
She was born on June 24, 1998, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tana first gained fame on YouTube in 2015 with her vlogs and storytime videos, which often featured her wild and outrageous antics.
She quickly amassed a large following and became known for her unfiltered and controversial content.
In addition to her YouTube channel, Tana has also gained a significant following on other social media platforms, including Instagram and Twitter.
She has used her platform to promote various brands and products, and has also been involved in several high-profile collaborations with other YouTubers and influencers.
Tana has also appeared on several reality TV shows, including MTV’s Scream and her own MTV reality show, Tana Turns 21.
She has been known to be involved in various controversies, including a highly publicized feud with fellow YouTuber, Jake Paul, and accusations of racism and cultural appropriation.
Despite the controversies, Tana remains a popular figure in the online world, with millions of followers across various social media platforms.
She continues to create content and engage with her fans, and has become a prominent figure in the world of social media and influencer marketing.
Tana Mongeau parents
Tana’s parents are Rick and Rebecca Mongeau.
However, the YouTuber has spoken publicly about her strained relationship with her parents and has said that she wants nothing to do with them.
On MTV No Filter: Tana Turns 21, Tana said that her parents lacked parenting skills, which caused her to have a difficult childhood.
In 2019, Tana’s parents sued her for slander, seeking millions in damages, according to a report on Genius Celebs.
Tana Mongeau career
Tana is known for her “storytime” videos and similar content posted to her YouTube channel.
She joined YouTube on April 30th, 2015, and has since gained over 5.39 million subscribers and 910 million total views.
Tana’s career has been marked by several controversies.
She has faced criticism for making racist remarks and for holding a convention that was reminiscent of the disastrous Fyre Festival.
Tana has also been involved in several public relationships, including with Bella Thorne, rapper Lil Xan and Instagram influencer Brad Sousa.
Mongeau has also appeared on her own MTV reality series titled MTV No Filter: Tana Turns 21, which premiered in the summer of 2019.