What is Hushsmush.com in GTA 5?


Grand Theft Auto 5 has been around for more than a decade, and it has exceeded every expectation that was placed upon it. Over the course of several years, the game has continued to make progress by receiving steady and ongoing attention from the developers and by adding new content.

There are a number of activities and events in Grand Theft Auto 5 that are based on real-life components. These elements include buildings, places, some non-player characters, and activity types. Included in this category are activities such as dating, as well as sports such as golf, tennis, and racing.

In Short

  • There is a fake dating website called HushSmush that is included in Grand Theft Auto 5, and players can visit it through their in-game internet browser.
  • It is necessary for players to pay a cost of GTA$500 in order to browse through profiles on the website, which is a humorous imitation of the actual Ashley Madison platform. However, ladies are able to do so without charge.
  • A profile that provides a hint about the in-game character Amanda De Santa, who is the protagonist Michael’s wife, can be found by players, which is an interesting discovery.
  • In spite of the fact that HushSmush was deleted from Grand Theft Auto Online in 2019, she is still playable in Story Mode.
  • HushSmush, in its most basic form, does not serve any practical purpose; rather, it is an entertaining easter egg that was created by the hardworking developers at Rockstar Games.

A fully-fledged internet browser is included in Grand Theft Auto 5, which may be utilized for a variety of purposes, including the management of your in-game money, the purchase of vehicles and apartments, or even just perusing the internet in search of humorous easter eggs.

One example of this kind of browsing activity is HushSmush. In Grand Theft Auto 5, there is a dating website called HushSmush.com. After paying a charge of GTA$500 to enter the site (the fee is only relevant to men; women are free to visit the site), players are then able to browse through the profiles that are contained on the site. The site has limited functionality at this time.

Rockstar Games has inserted a hilarious easter egg called HushSmush, which serves no practical use but is provided for entertaining purposes. HushSmush is, in point of fact, Rockstar’s version of the real-life Ashley Madison dating website. This website was designed for married people who were hoping to discover mistresses and illicit partners.

Through the browser on your in-game phone, you will be able to access the HushSmush community. The first thing you should do is pick up your phone and navigate to the internet browser. You will arrive at the homepage of the website if you type hushsmush.com into the search bar. Similar to what is displayed on the homepage of Ashley Madison’s dating website, the homepage also includes stories and information on marriages and extramarital affairs.

Additionally, it is interesting to note that Michael’s wife, Amanda De Santa, may be found on HushSmush. Although her name and image are not included in the profile itself, the description of the profile provides evidence that she is the person being referred to.

According to the description that is included with the profile in issue, which has the username Foxymama21, the individual in question enjoys yoga, acts like someone who is twenty years younger than they actually are, has two children, and claims that their husband spends the entire day sitting by the pool and ignoring them. Every piece of evidence speaks to Amanda’s way of life, and the spouse in question is an excellent example of Michael in every way.

An additional piece of evidence that substantiates the identity of Foxymama21, namely Amanda De Santa, was discovered in the game’s personal computer files. This image, which can be seen below, was not used. The picture that was leaked is a selfie that Amanda took.

During the update that was released in February 2019, Rockstar eliminated the ability to use HushSmush whilst playing Grand Theft Auto Online. The reasons for this decision are unknown. It is now giving you an error message whenever you attempt to type the URL and enter it into GTA Online. Nevertheless, HushSmush is still accessible to you when you are in Story Mode.

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