Teisha Paytas is a well-known model, singer, and American media personality. In her initial years, Trisha began as a stripper, that too an extra one. As an extra in the industry, she was seen in various music albums and videos by Eminem, Amy Winehouse, and The All-American Rejects, to name a few. She was not satisfied with the amount of work she was getting, and her life was not going smoothly. Hence, in 2006, Paytas created her own YouTube channel named ‘blndsundoll4mj’. It was a lifestyle-oriented channel and featured life vlogs.
Later in 2014, a partner channel was made, which was more of Trisha’s personal vlogs, and thus got the name TrishasLife. Later, the name changes to Trisha Paytas. This partner channel helped Paytas a lot in gaining fame and publicity through several vlogs of her, which went viral. As a result, the number of subscribers increased on her main channel. As of now, Trisha’s YouTube channel has around 5.11 million subscribers and a total of 1,955,416,273 views.
Trisha has been very famous for her public relationships. She has been open about her dating life without being a shy celebrity. Almost all of her relationships were long term and the couple was seen roaming, giggling, and laughing publicly. Recently, Paytas was in the news for her relationship and some developments. Let’s go through the article to know more about Trisha’s dating life and who is she dating currently?
Who is Trisha Paytas dating?
Trisha has always been open and vocal about her long-term relationships, keeping it public. Recently, she was once again in the news for her relationship status, and some developments were found about her love life. The “Six Feet Under” singer was seen dating Moses Hacmon in the year 2020. He is an Israeli artist. The duo met in a dating show which was hosted by Ethan Klein and Hila Klein of the H3 Podcast. On that very show, Paytas expressed her interest in Hila’s brother Moses Hacmon.
The relationship started as a joke when Kleins held a Bachelorette style show for finding Paytas a boyfriend. Although she was not allowed to message any option personal, the things between Trisha and Mosses went on a different level. With the onset of the pandemic, the show stopped, and the bond between the two grew stronger. Trisha has posted my pictures on her Instagram wall with Mosses depicting her relationship.
Although the couple was highly criticized by thousands of people on social media and the internet, including the Kleins, the bond didn’t grow weak. Trisha was also accused of fetishizing Jewish and Israeli culture, as she was seen learning Mosses’ culture to be a part of his family. Amidst so many criticisms and nagging, Trisha and Mosses announced their engagement in December 2020 through a social media post where Trisha was dressed as Jasmin and Mosses as Aladdin. The couple is currently living together, despite the backlash coming from Mosses’ family, especially his sister Hila.
More about Trisha Paytas
Trisha Kay Paytas was born on born May 8, 1988, in Riverside, California, U.S. She is a famous YouTuber known for her outspoken personality, who is often criticized for the same. She is also an actress and has been a frequent feature on shows like The Greg Behrendt Show, Who Wants to Be a Superhero? Apart from being famous for her podcasts and YouTube videos, Paytas is also known for her extended plays and singles like “Silence”, “There She Goes”, “Everytime”, and “Cozy Christmas”, to name a few.
She was a widely followed contestant on the famous reality show Celebrity Big Brother. Some of her podcast shows include The Dish with Trish, which aired between 2015-16 and again 2019-20; and Frenemies with Ethan Klein of h3h3Productions, which is currently going on. Trisha also indulges in modeling, and she can be seen modeling for lingerie and doing fetish photoshoots, along with doing a guest appearance on various television shows and movies. Trisha also owns her own perfume brand, which goes by the name Trish.
Trisha has been a victim of body shamming multiple times and was even under the radar of media for coming out as a female-to-male transgender. Although, she denied changing her pronoun. She was diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder, and she started being a victim of substance abuse in a podcast.