|Real Name||Jeremy Wang|
|Date of Birth||November 25, 1991|
|Age||31 (as of 2023)|
|Place of Birth||Taipei, Taiwan|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches (1.73 m)|
|Weight||70 kg (154.3 lbs) approx|
|Net Worth||$2.7 million|
|Dating History||Janet Rose aka xChocoBars (2018-2020)|
|Eye color||Dark brown|
Wang started on YouTube by making videos for the online card game ‘Hearthstone’, but his fame substantially increased when he was named one of the top ‘Among Us’ streamers in August 2020. However, he discontinued playing ‘Among Us’ in May 2021.
Disguised Toast has maintained his popularity in the online realm, leading people to know more about him, including his relationships, the origin of his streaming moniker, and the accusations he faced in the past. So, keep reading to know more about the streamer.
Is Disguised Toast taller than ex-girlfriend xChocoBars?
Janet Rose aka xChocoBars, is a Canadian internet personality whose height is 5 feet 6 inches (167 cm), making her an inch shorter than her ex-boyfriend, Disguised Toast.
xChocoBars began making videos for YouTube in November 2013 after she started livestreaming on Twitch in May 2013. During her formative years, she gained the most notoriety for her Teamfight Tactics, Fortnite, and League of Legends gaming and analysis.
In 2018, Disguised Toast and xChocoBars began dating, making them a streaming community favorite. However, the couple decided to part ways in 2020. Disguised Toast shared a joint statement with ChocoBars on his own feed titled “Personal Update,” in which the two discussed the reasons why their relationship ended.
“Toast and I are sad to announce that we have broken up. We’ve been pretty public about our relationship since the start, so we felt like we owe it to fans to make this announcement. But now, we ask for privacy as we both move forward,” read the statement.
How did Disguised Toast get his name?
The well-known “Disguised Toast” moniker and “toast mask” used by the YouTuber are blatant allusions to the popular ‘Hearthstone’ card SI:7 Agent. The voice line that appears when someone uses the card in the game says, “This guy’s toast.”
Disguised Toast has said that ‘Hearthstone’, a digital trading card game from Blizzard, is his all-time favorite game, and that it was the game from where he got the idea for his now-famous online alias.
The YouTuber was able to create Disguised Toast by carefully manipulating the words in “This guy’s toast” by tweaking the phonetic pronunciation, which is sometimes mistaken for “Dis-guy’s toast.”
Accusations against Disguised Toast
Disguised Toast was the target of several accusations in May 2021, ranging from labeling him a racist to supporting rape. It was only inevitable that it would get a lot of interest with such a prominent celebrity on trial.
Notably, Disguised Toast responded to the concerns made about his “problematic past,” which apparently mostly pointed toward what he labels “edgy” humor, in his Twitlonger post on May 2, 2021, which acts as a recap of all the claims.
He claimed that a variety of false charges were combined by an internet campaign that wished to have him suspended on the platforms where he was active.
How much does Disguised Toast earn?
As of 2023, Disguised Toast’s net worth was reported to be $2.7 million. His income from his YouTube channel alone ranges from $28k to $435k annually.
It is unknown how much Disguised Toast makes from his streams on the Facebook Gaming platform, however, he previously acknowledged making a respectable sum of money from the website.
It’s also said that Disguised Toast receives substantial compensation through his involvement in sponsorship agreements. As of now, his two YouTube channels combined have 4.4 million subscribers, and he has close to 2.8 million followers on Twitch followers.
Having said that, Disguised Toast has had multiple allegations for his prior actions and inappropriate jokes and was once banned on Twitch.
The streamer re-signed with Twitch in late 2021 despite having an exclusive contract with Facebook from 2019 to 2021. Disguised Toast is also a part of the Offline TV collective, which offers him a variety of sponsorship and commercial opportunities. He even owns an esports team under the name of Disguised (DSG).
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