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LaToya Forever

LaToya Howard, better known under the name LaToya Forever, is a Canadian YouTube personality and author, best known for her eponymous YouTube channel as well as her video blog channel "LaToya's Life". In 2012, she was the official Vibe TV host at the American Music Awards and in 2015 and 2017 she participated in the Buffer Festival. Her self-named main channel on YouTube has more than 1 million subscribers with more than 125 million views. Her debut book, an autobiography titled "LaToya's Life: Uncut Mishaps of a YouTube Star", was released on November 8, 2016.

Born LaToya Howard, February 07, 1987, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
Pseudonym LaToya Forever
Channel latoyaforever
Years active 2010–present
Genre Comedy, Video blog
Subscribers 1,473,545 (LaToya Forever), 887,292 (The Ali's (previously named LaToya's Life)), (September 11, 2019)
Total views 121,433,059 (LaToya Forever), 137,824,509 (LaToya's Life), (February 11, 2018)
Network LaToya Forever
Catchphrase(s) "What's up Crazies" And "What's up Huntys and Huncles"

About LaToya Forever

Popular YouTube personality who frequently features Ask Latoya: Q&A, Outfit of the Day, topical, parody, and relationship videos on her self-titled channel. She also became a TV reality star on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

LaToya Forever before fame

She started creating online content in early 2009, using her charisma, wit, candidness, and vibrant personality to connect with subscribers.

Achievement of LaToya Forever

She first used YouTube as a means to express herself by recording an open diary series.

LaToya Forever family life

She is the eldest of eight siblings and she moved with her parents and the rest of the family to Oklahoma. She would later move to Canada. Her sister NoorsLife is also a popular YouTuber. She and her husband, Adam Ali, have a daughter named Samia and a son named Zayn. In 2019, they had another baby together.

Associations of LaToya Forever

She uploaded a parody video of the Gyptian Ft. Nicki Minaj song "Hold Yuh" in July of 2010. She collaborated with Rochelle Clark on the video "THINGS BABIES DO TO PARENTS" in December 2014.

Top Facts You Did Not Know About LaToya Forever

Canadian YouTubers. Black Canadian women

Latest information about LaToya Forever updated on July 28 2021.