On September 23, Minecraft star Clay “Dream” took the internet by storm after tweeting that his “mask is coming off” and that he would be meeting members of his fanbase “very soon.”
Five minutes later, he took to his alternate Twitter account, @dreamwastaken, and announced that he would be visiting San Diego, where he would finally meet up with his friends, fans, and fellow content creators:
“See you in San Diego!!! I can’t wait to finally meet friends, fans and other creators. It feels so surreal. I love you all.”
Twitter community reacts as Dream “takes off his mask” and meets with fans in San Diego
Clay used the phrase “removing his mask” for the first time in a YouTube community post a few days ago.
He said an upcoming YouTube upload would show his face and also mentioned that Minecraft sensation George “GeorgeNotFound” would be moving to Florida. His post on the YouTube community read:
“My next upload will be my revealing face. The mask is coming off and George is finally moving to Florida with the Dream Team! Then back to the same epic Minecraft…(besides the Minecraft chase in life? real soon?!) amazing things to come. Super nervous, but also incredibly excited for the future! Can’t wait to start meeting you guys in person.”
Dream confirmed that she would be traveling to San Diego and finally revealing her face on September 23. In the post, he also mentioned that he was excited to meet his fans in person.
Clay’s close friend and Minecraft content creator Sapnap responded to his tweet:
Popular YouTuber Quackity was also eager to find out who “Damascus” really was:
Clay’s witty response to Quackity’s comment was liked by thousands of community members:
Karl Jacob’s Tales of the SMP Fame claimed that this was the “best day” of his life:
In response to Dream’s alternate user’s tweet, he stated that he was “really proud”:
YouTube legend Jimmy “MrBeast” asked Clay to come to his hometown in North Carolina:
Punz dubbed the reveal of Clay’s face the “beginning of a new era”:
One Twitter user jokingly shared an image of YouTube gaming sensation Ludwig, claiming it was the Minecraft star’s “face reveal”:
Fans posted images comparing the content creator from different eras and claimed that the “green guy” has come a long way:
Here are some more relevant reactions from fans on Twitter:
Dream is one of the top content creators on the internet when it comes to producing viral and enjoyable Minecraft content. He began his online career in 2019 and has amassed more than 30 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel.
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