- Emily Rinuado was invited to appear on Mizkif’s stream back in 2019.
- Some fans thought they looked alike, which spawned rumors they were siblings.
- However, Emily Rinuado is not Mizkif’s sister. The two do, however, lean into the rumors when creating content.
With more than two million followers, Mizkif is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch. His popularity has led to plenty of questions about his personal life — and after bringing Emily Rinuado into a stream in 2019, fans were quick to ask if the two were siblings.
But who is Mizkif’s sister? And is it really Emily Rinuado? Here’s everything we know about the relationship between Emily and Mizkif.
Who is Mizkif’s sister?
Despite speculation from fans, Emily Rinuado is not Mizkif’s sister. In fact, the two don’t appear to be related at all. The two might share the same last name (Mizkif’s legal name is Matthew Rinuado), but the two aren’t from the same family. Instead, the two pretend to be siblings as a gag for their viewers.
Little else is known about Mizkif’s personal life, and it’s unclear if he really does have a sister. Besides his birthday of February 16, 1995 and the fact that he has a degree in finance, Mizkif’s personal life is largely a mystery.
Who is Emily Rinuado?
While she may not be related to Mizkif, Emily Rinuado is a well-known content creator and model. Her Instagram profile has nearly 400,000 followers, while her Twitter account is just shy of 300,000. She is also a creator on OnlyFans.
Emily doesn’t appear on Twitch very often, but she does pop up in a few random videos with Mizkif. When the two do appear in videos together, they always act like they’re siblings — though that’s clearly not the case.
According to her bio on Instagram, Emily Rinuado is a video creator from North Carolina and South Florida. Her Twitter account, meanwhile, describes her as a “social media influencer.”
Why do Emily and Mizkif pretend to be siblings?
Mizkif and Emily continue to pretend they’re siblings as an inside joke for their fans. The gag has been running for several years, and since the two posted a video pretending to be siblings as recently as September 2023, don't expect the gag to end anytime soon.
These “sister” videos also seem to be rather popular, often pulling in over 500 thousand views each. Most content produced by Mizkif is popular and earns similar viewcounts, but it’s clear the community enjoys this long-running joke.