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Like many Internet celebrities who started out on Vine, Aaron Doh rose to fame by making funny six-second videos. But when the service shut down, he had to change his strategy. This is the story of how Aaron became popular and how he's adjusted to life without Vine. To catch up with more former Vine stars, you can check out these articles on Demetrius Harmon, Jack Gilinsky, and Amanda Cerny.
Does Aaron Doh Still Make Videos?
Though he no longer makes the six-second Vines that made him a star, Aaron is still very active on social media. He posts videos on YouTube, does stories on Snapchat, and live streams on Twitch. He has also acted in shows like "Freakish," and has his own online store where he sells merch, so it's safe to say that Aaron has kept busy.
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Vine paved the way for Aaron Doh to become a star. His videos, or "Vines," would normally show his face up close while he made funny faces. His signature over-the-top outbursts earned him more than 1 million followers on the platform. He posted his first-ever Vine, called "Don't Drink and Drive Kids," in May 2013. Later, he also found success on the website Musical.ly, with over 2 million fans.
Aaron was born on February 7, 1995, which makes him an Aquarian. This Viner doesn't share much about his family life. All we know is that he has seven siblings and he is very close to them. In fact, his younger sister was featured several times in his videos.
Aaron is fond of rock music and the color gray, and he is also a good cook. He was previously engaged to Kaitlyn Mackenzie, though the wedding was eventually called off. His Vines are all about making fun of overzealous moms and naive children. His silly, childish antics captured the hearts of his audience.
Aaron has a unique sense of humor. His sarcasm is sometimes very subtle. He was one of the most followed personalities on Vine, with millions of viewers of his posts. He became a household name on that platform. One of his popular Vine formats was the "5-year-old." In this series of videos, he did impressions of how a 5-year old kid would react to funny scenarios.
He also imitated characters like Bob the Builder, Two Moms Talking, Viking Children, and the Romantic Russians. He was a finalist in the Vine Comedian category at the 8th Annual Shorty Awards. He participated in other famous Vines, like Jerome Jarre's "How to be Awkward." In 2014, he created a channel on YouTube where he posted vlogs, skits, and pranks.
In January 2017, Twitter shut down Vine. Most Viners found new homes on Snapchat, Instagram, and Youtube. Aaron was featured in a satirical video by Corey Shrerer called "Interviewing Viners About Vine Shutting Down." Corey asked him his first reaction when he learned that Vine would no longer allow uploads. He answered, "I was shocked and scared... What's gonna happen?"
Aaron said that what he missed most about Vines were the comments from his followers. He also revealed that his mom blocked him on Twitter after Vine shut down. When asked what his life would be after Vine, he said he didn't know. He explained that YouTube presented a problem because he couldn't make videos with the same format without the six-second run time.
Aaron is still active on other social media platforms. His Instagram and Twitter accounts have thousands of followers. He consistently tweets about popular games such as Fortnite. He also does live streaming on Twitch with Corey.
His most popular upload on YouTube was the "Surprise Puppy Prank on Roommates," which earned thousands of views. In this video, he got a puppy named Buddy. The twist is that he didn't tell his friends, who were shocked to see the 6-month-old puppy waiting for them.
What makes Aaron stand out from other social media personalities is his palpable vibe and his passion for what he does. People find themselves wanting to see more of him, and he doesn't shy away from granting pictures or autographs.