Does Coffeezilla Have A Degree? Coffeezilla Says Trainwreck “Glamorizes” Gambling Despite Claims He Doesn’t

YouTuber Coffeezilla has explained how he feels Trainwreck “glamorizes” gambling despite the Twitch star claiming he doesn’t do so.

Over the last year or so, popular Twitch streamer Trainwreck has become the top gambling streamer on the platform.

Train has made several claims that he doesn’t “glamorize” gambling, as he constantly shows how much money he continuously loses and has a disclaimer at the top of his stream that warns people to not gamble.

However, YouTuber Coffeezilla believes it’s not as simple as Train thinks — and explained why in a recent video upload.


Coffeezilla explains how Trainwreck “glamorizes” gambling

In the video, Coffee explains his recent interaction with Trainwreck after the Twitch star revealed he has been paid $360,000,000 for 16 months of gambling streams.

In a quote retweet of the clip going around on Twitter, Coffeezilla called Train a “dirtbag” as he glamorizes gambling to his viewers, to which Train replied that he doesn’t.

“This is where I think as a streamer, no matter how ‘based’ you are… you can’t help but glamorize it [while streaming 16 hours a day],” Coffee explained.

“The opposite of not glamorizing something is being realistic, and showing the reality of gambling would involve Train gambling for about 10 seconds at $1,000 a spin, and run out of money.”

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He continued: “Instead, he gets to gamble 16 hours a day or eight hours a day, whatever he does, and he makes millions of dollars. That is a glamorous picture of gambling.”

At the time of writing, Trainwreck hasn’t responded to Coffee’s comments — but we’ll be sure to update if he does.

Does Coffeezilla have a degree?

Stephen Findeisen, better known as Coffeezilla, is an American YouTuber who uploads videos of him uncovering scams, fraudsters, and fake gurus that are preying on desperate people with deceptive advertising. In 2020 he started to also uncover crypto and NFT scams.

Findeisen has been leery of scammers since high school when his mother was diagnosed with cancer. “She was sold a bunch of snake oil, and I think she believed all of it,” he said. She recovered, but Findeisen was left with a distaste for people who market false hope.

Coffeezilla has a degree in Chemical Engineering. After graduating with a degree in chemical engineering, he sold houses to a local builder. Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen took to his YouTube channel to reveal his experience after enrolling in Andrew Tate‘s online school called Hustler University 2.0.

In his spare time, he started uploading to his YouTube channels, where he put his debunking instincts to work in short videos such as “Corporate Jargon—Lying by Obscurity” and “Is Exercising Worth Your Time?” Initially, subjects included time-management tips and pop science tropes, but his content really took off when he began critiquing sleazy finance gurus.

These days, his channel Coffeezilla has more than a million subscribers, and YouTube is his full-time job.

Despite his channel art, he doesn’t have a Netflix series.He first became leery of scammers in high school when his mom was diagnosed with cancer and got targeted by snake oil sellers.[1]

He married his high school girlfriend and is still wedded. They own two dogs, Barney and Nala.

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