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OnisionSpeaks
Onision (129)
Channel Information
Years active: 2009–present
Genre: Any
Subscribers: 1,643,000+
Status: Active

OnisionSpeaks (created on August 11) is one of Onision's channels. He speaks about haters, YouTubers, opinions and other things about him or not on his channel. Recently, he has also put types of videos on the channel that were originally only on his parent channel and published podcasts with his husband. He has also begun uploading gaming videos in which he talks about a variety of subjects.

For a while, he was losing many subscribers due to revelations and/or allegations by others that were previously affiliated with him about actions he took against others, his video choices and his censoring of opinions which he considers negative. Many of his videos, with enabled commenting, when comments were visible, only had a few dozen comments.

Around January 22, 2020, the channel subscribers dipped down to 1.57M, having been at 1.58M for an extended amount of time.

His channel is hit or miss with monetization. However, he continues to upload, likely due to patrons giving money for his videos. Due to the dramatics surrounding him as of 2019-2020, his ambiguously titled videos that seem to reference the allegations and stigmas surrounding him garner thousands of views.

In spring of 2019, Onision stopped all ability to comment on his videos and made likes and dislikes private for all of his uploads.

Around the beginning of May that same year, he began allowing comments once more. Around mid-August, he turned off comments and likes once more after him and Kai began publishing the podcast videos about controversial subjects and females continued coming forward with allegations about him. In November and December of 2019, OnisionSpeaks was focused on breakdown skit themed videos concerning Onision's allegations and Patreon loss and secondarily a short-lived uploading of analysis of childrens' movies. Around the beginning of December, Onision turned off commenting on all videos on the channel and hid the comments from videos where commenting had been previously allowed. Likes and dislikes were made public.

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