Corinna Kopf reveals the real reason she was banned on Twitch

Michael Gwilliam

Twitch streamer Corinna Kopf has revealed new information on why she was banned from the platform during her birthday celebration on December 1.

The popular model, who has nearly 400,000 followers on Twitch, originally claimed she had been banned for wearing a chanel tank top during a stream. However, the streamer has since provided new information about the ban.

On Twitter, the Instagram sensation with 3.3 million fans explained that a clip from “well over a year ago” was the reason for the ban. She then uploaded a screenshot of the clip in which she is seen sitting on a chair and appears to readjust her top with lingerie underneath.

Unfortunately, the model didn’t post a link to the clip in question so there’s not a lot to go on, but it seems as if the Twitch star was confused as to which clip resulted in the ban, leading her to first assume the chanel tank top was the culprit.

“If we’re banning people from year old clips then I’ll start making my list right now,” she added.

Dexerto has reached out to Corinna Kopf for more information on the clip, but did not hear back by press time.

Kopf was very vocally opposed to her suspension from the onset and immediately called Twitch’s “double standards” into question. “I got banned tonight on Twitch for wearing ‘undergarments.’ I was wearing a Chanel tank top. Girls body paint on Twitch and I get banned for that lmfao,” she said when the news first broke.

The model went on to use fellow streamer Alinity an example to illustrate the platform’s hypocrisy over what is deamed a bannable offense. “Remember someone threw their cat but I got banned for wearing a cute top?” she rhetorically asked over 900,000 of her Twitter followers.

This was a reference to the infamous 2019 cat-throwing scandal where the streamer appeared to toss her animal over her shoulder during a round of Apex Legends. Notably, Alinity was never banned for the incident.

Instagram/corinnakopfPopular! Kopf has over 3 million Instagram followers.

It will be interesting to see how Kopf carries on with streaming on Twitch or if she will move to another platform in protest.

Considering her massive following, Kopf could be a big attraction for a rival streaming site such as Mixer.

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Michael Gwilliam is a senior writer at Dexerto based in Ontario, Canada. He specializes in Overwatch, Smash, influencers, and Twitch culture. Gwilliam has written for sites across Canada including the Toronto Sun. You can contact him at or on Twitter @TheGwilliam