>it's Christmas 2020. She's driving the forklift carrying the goods and toys.
>Bezos wants the shipment to be cleared ASAP
>Covid is getting real bad, not many people are able to work especially with these tight regulations.
>She didn't want to lose her job, had to skip Sunday church and work overtime.
>But she still has to practice Christmas Carol for her small 50 population town.
>Back on the forklift, she's determined to fulfil 2500 merchandise for the day so she can focus on the choir.
>Juggling all this work and choir practice, she was sleepy on the job near the end of her 18 hour shift.
>She accidentally hit a rack full of heavy containers. Bezos didn't even bother about maintenance, hence the welding broke of and the whole rack fell apart.
>One of the container fell on top of the forklift roof, formed a crater through and hit her head.
>She became disabled due spinal injury and memory loss.
>Amazon didn't even give her lifetime compensation, because she does not have complete recollection about the accident and swept under the rug.
>A Month later, the landlord pinpon'd her door. "Mumei you had to pay rent otherwise we had to-"
>Confused about her predicament, she did a google search about "suitable jobs from home for disabled person". And saw "livestreaming" on twitch.
>"Gosh darn it, I don't think I want to do bath tub stream. Father Simon and the other 3 families would make fun of me!"
>Then she came across "Vtubers", full of videogame streams without showing their faces.
>Came across a chibi artist that plays apex on twitch. "Wow, that looks so cute, you can get money by drawing cute stuff?"
>She followed her drawing tutorial every day, but unable to play Apex as good as her because she has motion sickness playing Apex.
>"Oh golly, this looks really fun and at least I don't have to commit to sinful acts! It's just Teletubbies but you only had to play videogames!"
>Search up "Vtuber vacancies". Hololive EN2 pops up.
>She applied unknowingly how competitive the audition is. A photo and a sample of her church gospel choir solo and "You Raise me Up" is sent to Cover's HQ.
>During the interview, there she was on the wheelchair in front of the 360p webcam of a beat up laptop. Yagoo and two other creative directors was in the videocall.
>The creative director already whispered among themselves, they wanted to end the interview early.
>Yagoo, through a translator; "Why do you want to be an idol, and why do you include Forklift Operator Certification in your resume? We're not a warehouse you know?" *laughs*
>Explains her limited recollection of the accident and how she got ignored for life compensation.
>"I need to pay rent, my landlord is evicting me next month and my closest workplace is a wet market that does not hire disabled persons"
>The other managers softly murmurs "Yagoo-san, you can't be serious there is no way we're going to ta-"
>"Welcome to Hololive, Mumei" Yagoo interjects in his soft spoken English.