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Jordan David (Age: 16) better known online as Dandere Jordan, previously Dandere Kun and Dandere Dev, is a Malaysian YouTuber. He usually upload random videos such as MMD (MikuMikuDance), he also uploads some Yandere Simulator gameplay and mods and another stuff as well.

About

In his early channel, he usually uploaded videos about Doraemon videos on almost 6 episodes, which only have 3 subscribers. In late 2016, he started upload about his first gaming videos about Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask but didn't quit any more views. In 2017, he uploaded his first MMD videos called "MMD Frozen Fever- You locked the door" which only get more views and subscribers. After few more upload MMD videos and some modding yandere simulator videos, his channel gaining a lot of subscribers and massively get 1K subscribers after only 1 week.

In 12/11/18, his channel name changed to "Dandere Kun" to look better and not confuse to Yandere Simulator fans due to he have same name as YandereDev.

In December 17th 2018, he changed his name again to "Dandere Jordan"

In December 28th 2018, he made a voice reveal after hit 6000 subs.

In January 1st 2019, he deleted most of his old MMD videos because he said it was too cringy but he said he will reupload with full complication on his alt account.

Trivia

  • His channel's name is a parody of YandereDev.
    • But he changed it later after many people confused that they think he's YandereDev's brother.
  • His first version of Pokemon Mod gotten successful downloaded over 1000.
  • Most of his profile picture are a parody of PewDiePie.
  • He have two alternate account named Kuudere Jordan and Tsundere Jordan.
    • Kuudere Jordan is a channel that he uploads some non-topic videos, short MMD videos and some reuploads from his main channel.

Subscriber Milestones

  • 6,000 subscribers: December 26, 2018
  • 7,000 subscribers: February 1, 2019
  • 8,000 subscribers: February 14, 2019
  • 9,000 subscribers: February 25, 2019
  • 10,000 subscribers: March 8, 2019
  • 11,000 subscribers: March 20, 2019
  • 12,000 subscribers: March 31, 2019
  • 13,000 subscribers: April 10, 2019