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Corpse Husband breaks Twitter with a sound loop of him breathing

Published: 11/Jan/2021 5:52

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


It doesn’t take much to break the internet when Corpse Husband is involved, and that’s been proven after he posted a sound loop of him breathing and fans went wild.

Corpse Husband’s popularity has skyrocketed to rock star status in the past year. Fans can’t get enough of his content and uniquely deep voice, which is partially caused by a combination of illnesses.

Sadly, his conditions are difficult to manage, and they’ve made him think about quitting streaming. The good news, however, is that he’s confident it won’t be anytime soon. 

He’s come a long way from reading creepy stories on YouTube. Now, he’s a full-blown streamer, and his popularity keeps on rising. It doesn’t take him much to set the internet on fire, and nothing demonstrates that better than his latest post on Twitter.

Corpse Husband image in front of Among Us background
YouTube: Corpse Husband / InnerSloth
His face is still a mystery, but Corpse Husband is one of the biggest streamers and YouTubers in the world.

It all started when Corpse Husband posted an odd clip of himself breathing. It only lasts for three seconds, but it automatically loops infinitely.

He didn’t say or write anything to go along with it, and nothing else happens. It’s a plain old sound loop. But for whatever reason, it’s popping off on social media. It already has hundreds of thousands of likes, and has been retweeted almost 40,000 times.

Almost every person and their dog has left a comment. The list includes other streamers like Valkyrae and Karl Jacobs, as well as thousands of fans. However, the funniest comment, which sums up the insanity of the tweet, belongs to a fan named Afrin.

“Corpse breathing isn’t just a sound,” she said. “It’s a cultural reset. Its a lifestyle. A reason for us to breathe. An escape from this cruel world filled with thieves. It’s art. The first gift you open on Christmas. A hug from a loved one. Everything you’ve ever wanted.”

Some people were left scratching their heads. However, most people embraced the moment in all it’s glory, and even tried to interpret what it meant. Others felt like it meant nothing at all.

Either way, it goes to show how popular Corpse Husband really is. Something as simple as a sound loop of his breath has the potential to break the internet. If that isn’t a strong sign of stardom, who knows what is.


Virtual streamer CodeMiko banned from Twitch for third time

Published: 19/Jan/2021 10:40 Updated: 19/Jan/2021 10:53

by Connor Bennett


Popular virtual streamer CodeMiko has been banned from Twitch for the third time, leaving some fans asking if this is a permanent ban. 

Over the years, Twitch streamers have come up with different ways to stand out from the crowd instead of just being world-class at certain games. Some have ramped up production in a major way and you can’t really take your eyes off it.

That includes VTubers and virtual streamers too, who use a digital avatar, editing, and even in some cases, a motion capture suit, to replace themselves on-screen and take on a different persona. 

In the last few weeks, Codemiko – a streamer who takes the VTuber concept to a whole new level – has been getting massive numbers on Twitch. However, she’s now been banned, yet again. 

CodeMiko on a livestream
Twitch: CodeMiko
CodeMiko is a virtual streamer with 50,000 followers on Twitch

The ban came on January 19 after StreamerBans, who tracks all the different bans – temporary or permanent – on Twitch, tweeted that CodeMiko had been suspended by Twitch. 

The reason for the ban, or its length, is unknown but some fans were quick to speculate on the reason. Some suggested that it was because she used the word Simp – which was recently banned by Twitch. 

Others noted that in a previous stream, where she was interviewing fellow streamer PayMoneyWubby, Codemiko was incredibly drunk and could have been banned for that. Twitch does have some strict rules around drinking on stream, especially if you get out of hand and overindulge. 

There’s no way of confirming just why she’s banned, or how long the ban will last unless the streamer reveals it herself. Twitch typically does not comment on individual bans.

The only thing she’s posted regarding the ban was the ‘sadge’ meme.

This would be her third ban, previously being banned twice in September of 2020.

However, a streamer has to be banned three times within a three month period to rack up a permanent ban, so, she’ll probably be back at some point in the near future.