As a Chinese speaker, "yumi" means "corn", so I don't think she meant it to sound Japanese. She probably chose it because it was a Chinese word that was weird but sounded cute. I can see how it might sound cute, but it's a bit strange to call herself "corn king", haha.
Maybe it's because the living doll videos attract the attention of non-subscribers who are just browsing youtube. The less famous ones are probably meant for her fans who watch her regularly. If Venus likes the dolly style, then it's good that she's following her interests. But if she doesn't like it, I hope she's not forcing herself into it for views.
I think she confused ethnicity with nationality. A person of Caucasian descent who is born and raised in China could be "100% chinese" like she said in her thumbnail, but their ethnicity is still caucasian.
pretty accurate actually... Danderes types are the distant characters with a social aloofness. Quiet, withdrawn and timid, they remain in the shadows and rarely express themselves. They struggle to share their feelings with people, even their closest friends, which means they can sometimes be mistaken for being cold. However Danderes are anything but cold; they have soft hearts, but it just happens to be hidden behind a protective shell due to how they were treated in the past. People should take it as a major honour if a Dandere opens up to them.
She's Kanadajin(or someone pretending to be her). I think those comments were briefly discussed in Kanadajin's general thread. But anyway, I think that music video showed Dakota with the most flattering makeup we've seen on her... and she looks really pretty. I've been getting some Yumi King vibes from her, especially since she blocked yo-lunchbox for a simple comments about lip makeup.
If Yumi ever has a baby, I have a bad feeling about what their child's home life would be like, considering their relationship, which looks quite cold. I hope Yumi sheds her misconceptions about having children before it's too late. btw: Venus is not pregnant. Those "baby shoes" and the video about shopping for her "daughter" were about a new doll, not an actual kid.