Chinese YouTube star Ms. Yeah aka ‘Office Chef’ announces her wedding

Chinese YouTube star Ms. Yeah aka ‘Office Chef’ announces her wedding

Chinese YouTube star Ms. Yeah, who rose to fame for her office-themed meal preparations and makeup hacks, announced that she got married.

November 9, 2021
Chinese YouTube star Ms. Yeah, who rose to fame for her
Settling down: Ms. Yeah, known as Zhou Xiao Hui in real life, took to social media last week to share the news about her wedding.
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  • “This day was spontaneous and natural for us~❤️,” she wrote on Facebook. “Thank you all for your well wishes [sic] Keep on being wild.”
  • While the post did not provide additional details, the online personality shared several images showing her and her husband enjoying their wedding ceremony at the beach.
  • Well-wishers flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages.
Moving forward: Ms. Yeah, who has more than 10 million subscribers as of this writing, built a thriving career with comedic videos that centered on preparing meals using common office supplies. She faced a massive decline in viewership after a young fan suffered a fatal accident after attempting one of her cooking methods, NextShark previously reported.
  • In 2019, two girls tried to mimic one of her videos in which she used beer cans to make popcorn.
  • An explosion from the attempt caused the older girl, aged 14, to die from her injuries while the younger one, aged 12, sustained injuries that required cosmetic surgery.
  • With many accusing her of negligence, the incident caused Ms. Yeah’s popularity to plummet.
  • She compensated the families, pledged to delete her videos that could potentially harm others and made sure to add warnings to her subsequent videos.
  • She would later look back on the incident as the “darkest day of my life.” She noted that the tragedy caused her “immense pain,” and she apologized for “letting her fans down.”
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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