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BREAKING: Hololive’s Ina’Nis Not Actually Tako, Takodachis Face Existential Crisis


BREAKING: Hololive’s Ina’Nis Not Actually Tako, Takodachis Face Existential Crisis

In the scandal of a century, Hololive Myth’s Ninomae Ina’nis turns out NOT to be an actual tako! Her fans are now left facing some shocking implications.

Some shocking information is taking the Vtuber world by storm. Ninomae Ina’nis, the mysterious tako-themed priestess from Hololive English -Myth- (HoloMyth) has been revealed to NOT be a tako. As it turns out, Ina is actually a human whose tentacles come from a portal and are not, in fact, attached to her.

The reaction to this information has been massive with Ina’s fans, adorable creatures who came into being following her debut known as “takodachis,” facing a full-on existential crisis. After all, if Ina is not a tako, then how can her fans be takodachis? And if her fans are not takodachis, then what are they?

At this time, Hololive parent organization COVER Corporation has not commented on this latest scandal. However, some extensive digging by fans has revealed some key information form Ina’s debut stream.

“And surprisingly, I’m human. Human. Mm. Not takoNingen dayo. 100% ningen desu yo. You may think that I look not human with my tentacles and my pointy ears and my little ears on the top of my head, but this all happened when I picked up a mysterious book one day. Mm. I’m human.”

As it turns out, Ina can be heard claiming she is human as recently as Christmas 2021, but nobody believed her.

This scandalous information comes to light following Cover’s recent live event, Hololive Super Expo, in which Ina and her fellow HoloMyth members made their official 3D debut on stage. In this performance, (pictured above) Ina was seen in person without her tentacles (pictured below) which led some loyal takodachis to raise concerns. Ever the investigators, fans of Amelia Watson, uncovered the truth before long.

We will follow this news closely as more information comes to light. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the takodachis who now have no idea what they are.

A Game Design and Production graduate of the Class of 2019, Brody is a creative who loves to draw, write, design, and dive deep into entertainment. He enjoys reverse engineering and analyzing the deeper meaning of video games, comics, movies, and of course, tokusatsu.

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