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- 1 History
- 2 Other channels
- 3 Controversies
- 4 Trivia
- 5 Quotes
- 6 Channel milestones
- 7 Gallery
- 8 References
She was born to a Greek father and a Turkish mother in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom, a city in England that was inhabited by many other immigrant families. Her family moved to Phoenix, Arizona in the United States when she was 6 years old. Her username, SSSniperWolf, comes from Sniper Wolf, is one of the main antagonists and bosses of Metal Gear Solid. Alia claims that the 'SS' in her name does not mean anything.
Lia originally started her YouTube career in early 2011 on a channel called sexysexysniper making short vlogs. The channel accumulated 50,000 subscribers until 2 years later however when she made a new channel on January 19, 2013, and deleted the old one around mid-2013 most likely due to the name. Since 2017, the majority of the videos that she uploads are reactions and TikTok videos, along with occasional gaming and challenges.
Lia is also known to appear in Dhar Mann's videos as herself. In the videos she is the idol of Sam/Psychomantis (played by Sofia Chicorelli Serna), a girl who wants to be a gamer just like her, despite her sexist mother not allowing her. However after Alia gives her a PS5, she becomes a professional gamer and earns a lot of fame and money, and her mother discards her sexist beliefs. This in itself brings more issues such as a bully targeting her due to her fame, but she earns his friendship by paying for his rent and car. "Sam" and SSSniperWolf appear in more miscellaneous videos, though with minor roles.
Alia set up a second channel, LittleLiaWolf, in June 2014, that showcased arts & crafts, baking, hauls, challenges, and makeup tutorials.
In October 2015, Alia posted a video claiming that GirlGoneGamer faked the footage in her Call of Duty Let's Plays, going so far as to post a video since set to private claiming to expose GirlGoneGamer.
Sued by Enigmahood
On August 10, 2016, Alia was sued by Engimahood after she slandered him in a video, stating that he was a "convicted sex offender". On September 29, 2017, Enigmhahood's defamation case against Alia was dismissed as he could not prove that her comments affected him in his local area. He was subsequently booked in jail for 2 days.
Accused of lying about Overwatch rank
In February 2017, Alia was accused of lying about reaching the top 500 in Overwatch on her own. Sylvibot suggested that she had enlisted the support of another player to boost her account. Alia responded in a pinned comment on her original top 500 video. Sylvibot responded with another video on February 24, addressing Alia's claims.
Exposed by FaZe Censor
In July 2017, Alia was exposed by FaZe Censor. Evan Sausage and Alia accused him of faking text messages. However, Censor went to Verizon and retrieved his old text messages and conversations with Alia. Then, she violently threatened to sue FaZe Censor for the old text messages FaZe Censor received from Verizon.
Good Mythical Morning
On March 11, 2018, it was announced that Alia would be appearing on the following week's Good Mythical Morning video, but when the announcement video received a high level of dislikes and drew a lot of comments from people, her appearance was canceled and the announcement video was deleted from the channel.
Exposed by Nerd City
On May 18, 2018, Nerd City released a video featuring MaxMoeFoe and Rusty Cage, in which they address Alia's hypocrisy with regards to her comments on other women by showcasing her persistent photo-alterations.
Kids' Choice Awards
On March 23, 2019 and May 2, 2020, Alia won the Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards for Favorite Gamer. This was met with a lot of backlash from many people on the internet who stated that she was not a true gamer, due to the majority of her content being reaction-based as of 2019. Other people began believing that the KCA's were rigged and completely biased considering the other people nominated for Favorite Gamer, such as Markiplier, jacksepticeye and Ninja, who have more gaming based content. Several users then began to put offensive inputs and theories on why she won, with one being that she only won because she bribed the judges with her sex appeal.
- Alia went by the nickname Lia Valentine when she was cosplaying.
- She gained popularity from a video titled, The Truth About Girl Gone Gamer.
- The "SS" in Alia's username has been claimed by herself to not mean anything.
- Alia competed in the Fortnite Pro-AM celebrity tournament.
- Alia was once involved in an auto accident from a drunk driver.
- Her zodiac sign is Libra.
- Alia has competed in numerous gaming tournaments from DOOM to Call of Duty.
- Alia has stated she is Greek and Turkish.
- Lia had also stated that she can speak Arabic fluently when she was younger
- Alia has been arrested two times.
- She was arrested in 2013 for armed robbery after hitting and resisting arrest from a security guard who suspected she was shoplifting, and eventually only receiving a 2 day imprisonment and the charge being changed to a misdemeanor.
- She got arrested again in August 2016 and charged with disorderly conduct for resisting arrest again from police after neighbors called police on her after a heated verbal argument with her and her boyfriend.
- After staying overnight in prison, both her and her boyfriend's charges were dropped.
- Alia currently has 3 dogs, Kaz, Lumpy, and Ashe.
- Sadly, one of Alia's pet dogs Tuna died from an attack with a coyote in 2016.
- Alia was suspected to be a former camgirl and pornstar, due to videos of a woman who resembled her on Pornhub and other sites having "SSSniperwolf" in their titles.
- Alia claimed that it was not her by explaining the model is a different woman named Kalyta, who allegedly committed fraud and made money off her likeness, something Alia has claimed she worked out with Pornhub.
- She had mentioned AzzyLand for being a copy of her, in her Funniest Yearbook Quotes video.
- Her name comes from the villain Sniper Wolf from the Metal Gear franchise.
- Despite her reaction content, she still plays games.
- She once had dinner with metal band Korn after following them to a restaurant.
- She has two younger brothers and one younger sister.
- Another YouTuber AzzyLand, was accused by SSSniperwolf fans of copying Lia's reaction videos, this resulted in causing a huge drama on the internet on AzzyLand copying SSSniperwolf.
- If you did make sure to hit that like button IN THE FACE!
- That's all for today, I hope you guys enjoyed this video, if you did then make sure to hit that like button in the FACE, and make sure you turn on notifications, click click, and subscribe to join the Wolf Pack, AWWWOOOOO I love you guys so much, thanks for watching, bye guys! (Lia's outro)
- That's illegal!
- Wham, bam, yes ma’am!
- Hello friends! It’s me, your favorite French YouTuber!
- Yeetus to the Fetus!
Note: The following dates are according to
- 1 million subscribers: January 9, 2015
- 2 million subscribers: December 18, 2015
- 3 million subscribers: June 29, 2016
- 4 million subscribers: December 3, 2016
- 5 million subscribers: April 18, 2017
- 6 million subscribers: July 19, 2017
- 7 million subscribers: December 17, 2017
- 8 million subscribers: March 3, 2018
- 9 million subscribers: May 19, 2018
- 10 million subscribers: July 4, 2018
- 11 million subscribers: August 7, 2018
- 12 million subscribers: October 3, 2018
- 13 million subscribers: November 24, 2018
- 14 million subscribers: January 28, 2019
- 15 million subscribers: March 30, 2019
- 16 million subscribers: July 1, 2019
- 17 million subscribers: September 21, 2019
- 18 million subscribers: January 25, 2020
- 19 million subscribers: April 5, 2020
- 20 million subscribers: May 27, 2020
- 21 million subscribers: July 18, 2020
- 22 million subscribers: September 10, 2020
- 23 million subscribers: November 1, 2020
- 24 million subscribers: December 26, 2020
- 25 million subscribers: February 3, 2021
- 26 million subscribers: March 6, 2021
- 27 million subscribers: April 24, 2021
- 28 million subscribers: June 16, 2021
Video view milestones
- 1 billion views: September 25, 2017
- 2 billion views: June 19, 2018
- 3 billion views: December 15, 2018
- 4 billion views: July 13, 2019
- 5 billion views: February 7, 2020
- 6 billion views: May 16, 2020
- 7 billion views: July 21, 2020
- 8 billion views: September 19, 2020
- 9 billion views: November 22, 2020
- 10 billion views: January 15, 2021
- 11 billion views: March 5, 2021
- 12 billion views: April 20, 2021
- 13 billion views: June 6, 2021