Corinna Kopf unbanned by Twitch following controversial ban - Dexerto

Corinna Kopf unbanned by Twitch following controversial ban

Published: 3/Dec/2019 11:58

by Connor Bennett


Model and streamer Corinna Kopf has been unbanned by Twitch after receiving a brief suspension for wearing ‘undergarments’ during a stream.

Back on December 2, Kopf had been streaming and celebrating her birthday with her fans – playing games of Fortnite and just having a good time.

However, the celebrations turned sour when she was struck down by the livestreaming platform after they thought she was wearing ‘undergarments’ instead of real clothes. Kopf explained that they had it wrong and that she was wearing a Chanel tank top while also pointing out the hypocrisy on Twitch as people are allowed to body paint during streams.

Twitter: Corinna KopfThe model has taken her following into streaming on Twitch – racking up over 400,000 followers.

As Twitch doesn’t usually publically comment on bans – only sending an email about the suspension to the streamer in question – fans can usually be left in the dark about how long they won’t be streaming for.

While Kopf didn’t tweet out just how long she was going to be banned for, despite revealing the reasons behind the ban, she labeled the platform as “dumb” and also took aim at Alinity.

Fans likely won’t have to wait all that long to see streaming Fortnite again though. As of December 3, her channel is back on Twitch and no longer has the typical message that you would usually see for a banned streamer.

TwitchKopf’s channel and content is back on Twitch

Exactly when the model will sit back down in front of her streaming set-up, however, remains to be seen as she hasn’t announced any sort of return at the time of writing.

It could be a little longer than an immediate return, though, as she has continued on with her shots at the livestreaming platform. Kopf has retweeted a number of tweets about her ban that include comparisons to other streamers that have gotten off lightly or without consequences at all for similar items of clothing.

Considering her huge social media presence, especially on Twitter, the model could very well ditch Twitch and head elsewhere and probably take a big portion of her fanbase with her if the frustrations continue to boil over.


Larray, Sienna Gomez sweep TikTok Room Awards: full results and winners

Published: 29/Nov/2020 3:15 Updated: 29/Nov/2020 3:24

by Charlotte Colombo


Popular drama page TikTok Room have used their 1.8 million followers to crown the best of the platform on November 28, and there were two names constantly popping up: Larray and Sienna Gomez.

The TikTok Room Awards Show for 2020 was the drama page’s first attempt at trying to determine who the best creator on the platform was, and it was a hit.

With plenty of competition, hundreds of thousands of fans voted for their favorite creators. However, as with any award show, only a handful can be recognized.

Charli D'Amelio instagram photo
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Charli D’Amelio picked up three TikTok Room awards, but missed best female TikToker.

Larray and Sienna Gomez sweep TikTok Room Awards

While creators like Skai Jackson, Nessa Barrett, Jacob Sartorius, and Bryce Hall tried to rally their fanbases to vote by getting behind the project, two names popped up time and time again: Larray and Sienna Gomez.

The former won three awards, including Best YouTuber, Funniest TikToker, and Best Diss Track. He wasn’t the only multi-award male winner, with James Charles picking up Best Makeup and Most Achieved, while the Wright brothers Jack and James got another three awards between them.

Vinnie Hacker only picked up one award for the night, but it was the biggest for the men: Favorite TikToker.

On the Female side of the awards, Sienna Gomez and Charli D’Amelio were dominating the categories. Gomez picked up seven awards, including Most Positive, Kindest TikToker, and Least Problematic. She also bagged the biggest prize of them all: Best TikToker.

The younger D’Amelio sister, who hit 100 million followers on TikTok on November 22, also picked up three awards, including Most Achieved.

What were the categories, and who were the winners?

The TikTok Room awards consisted of 28 categories in total, and are as follows:

  • Best style (female): Avani Gregg
  • Best house: Sway Boys
  • Best YouTuber: Larray
  • Best song: Jaden Hossler (Angels and Demons)
  • Best style (male): Chase Hudson
  • Most positive: Sienna Gomez
  • Most active with fans: Charli D’Amelio
  • Best makeup: James Charles
  • Best fandom: Sienna Mae
  • Best group/duo: 4freakshow
  • Best diss track: Larray (Cancelled)
  • Best hair: Devyn Winkler
  • Best clapbacks/comebacks: James Charles
  • Best dance creator: Haley Sharpe
  • Most talented musician: Jaden Hossler
  • Kindest TikToker: Sienna Gomez
  • Best role model: Sienna Gomez
  • Most achieved (male): James Charles
  • Most achieved (female): Charli D’Amelio
  • Least problematic (male): Jack Wright
  • Least problematic (female): Sienna Gomez
  • Best dancer (male): Jack and James Wright
  • Best dancer (female): Charli D’Amelio
  • Funniest TikToker: Larray
  • Best ship: Sienna Gomez and Jack Wright
  • Best couple: Dixie D’Amelio and Noah Beck
  • Favourite TikToker (male): Vinnie Hacker
  • Favourite Influencer (female): Sienna Gomez