Neekolul is a Vlogger
 
Neekolul is a Reactor
 
Neekolul is from the United States
 
Neekolul is female
 
Neekolul created their account in 2017
 
Neekolul is a Content Creator on YouTube

Nicole (born: July 14, 1997 (1997-07-14) [age 23]), better known online as neekolul (or just Neeko), is an American Twitch streamer, vlogger and influencer known for becoming the "Ok Boomer Girl" after uploading a TikTok video lip singing the Oki Doki Boomer song while wearing a Bernie Sanders tee shirt. Neekolul began streaming in both English and Spanish in August 2017. She was born and raised in California.

History

In August 2017, Neekolul began streaming on Twitch and has since accumulated over 572,150 views and 49,500 followers in three years. On May 9th, 2019, Neekolul uploaded her first YouTube video in which she gives a tour of her studio apartment in Seattle, Washington.[1] The video gained over 9,200 views in a year.

On August 24th, 2019, neekolul uploaded her first TikTok video in which she dances to "Already Dead" by Lil Boom.[2] The video received over 4,200 likes in seven months.

On December 14th, YouTuber Senzawa uploaded a video titled "Oki Doki Boomer," which featured a clip of an anime girl dancing and a beat by YouTuber Jammy Beatz while a high pitched voice can be heard singing "OK Boomer, whatever you say, Boomer" in the background.[3] The video accumulated over 1.8 million views in three months.[4]

On March 2nd, 2020, TikToker @neekolul uploaded a video in which she dances to the song with a Bernie 2020 t-shirt on[5] and reposted it to Twitter that same day.[6] The tweet was captioned "Okie BOOMER KEKW #Bernie2020 🇺🇸✨" The video accumulated upwards of 2.63 million views, 25,100 likes and 2,300 retweets on Twitter in three days

Following her "Oki Doki Boomer" TikTok video, Twitter users began referring to her and commenting on her looks. On March 8th, 2020, @shreyabasu003 shared photos of her with the caption, "I must not simp. Simping is the mind-killer. Simping is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my simping. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the simping has g".[7] The tweet gained over 6,200 likes in a day. That same day, Twitter user @trentandrewrld shared photos of Neekolul with the caption "Do it for her" and received over 5,400 likes in a day.

That same day, Twitter user @daytonaksg commented that Neekolul is greater than Pokimane and accumulated over 5,900 likes in a day. [8] On March 9th, eBaums World published a collection of 14 Hot Shots of the Okay Boomer Girl.[9] As of March 9th, Neekolul has 153,900 followers on Twitter, 51,300 followers on TikTok, & 39,900 followers on Instagram.

Personal Life

As of March 9th, 2020, Neekolul whose first name is Nicole is 22 years old and living in Dallas, Texas. On March 9th, 2020, Twitter user @kai_Baam tweeted a Twitch clip in which she states that she has a boyfriend.[10]

Nicole started streaming when she decided she wanted to create content online, which was originally supposed to be YouTube videos. She didn’t have time to make YouTube videos, as she was in college, so her Xbox friends suggested she try streaming on Twitch. Nicole still go to college part-time.

Nicole been into memes and viral culture for a long time. Her little brother is a big influence here, as he always keeps her up-to-date with the newest memes.

Childhood

Nicole has been into gaming since she was little. It started off with a PS1 when she was 7 years old.

Trivia

  • She is of Mexican and Portuguese descent.
  • She got an interview from Know Your Meme.[11]
  • She likes watching basketball (her favorite team is the Dallas Mavericks).
  • She is extremely passionate about the coffee chain Dutch Bros, specifically their energy drinks.
  • Nicole's favorite games are "League of Legends" & "Dead by Daylight".
    • Though she doesn’t play it on stream, she also plays "Oxygen Not Included".
  • She watches PewDiePie. PewDiePie talked about her "Ok Boomer" controversy.

References

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