Popular Twitch streamer Kaceytron is no stranger to controversy – but one encounter during an IRL stream threw her for an unexpected loop.
Kaceytron was in the midst of a St. Patrick’s Day stream at a bar when she asked a bystander about his opinions on “bigger women” – to which he had an scathing response.
“Are you into bigger women?” Kaceytron asked.
Kaceytron is known for her hilarious gaming and IRL broadcasts, and boasts over 470,000 followers on Twitch.
“I’m into all women,” the stranger replied, appearing to be taken aback by her question. “I’m not racist. I love women. Is this what you do for a living? ‘Cause you’re so terrible at it. I’m not gonna lie. Have fun.”
While Kaceytron attempted to follow the man out of the bar, her chat noted that he had probably misheard her question about “bigger women,” accidentally hearing a racial slur, instead.
This isn’t the first awkward encounter Kaceytron has had during an IRL stream, by far; she was also recognized by a group of men walking out of a bar during a stream on March 8, who loudly proclaimed their support from across the sidewalk in a hilarious turn of events.
Kaceytron is known for both her humorous gaming streams and IRL broadcasts, with over 471,000 followers on Twitch and 66,000 subscribers on YouTube.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez broke records with her debut Twitch stream as she laughed and bumbled her way through Among Us and the internet couldn’t get enough. Now, she’s all set to do it once again with some massive names joining up for the big return.
It wasn’t the biggest individual stream Twitch has ever seen — that honor remains with Ninja and Drake — but Ocasio-Cortez, fondly nicknamed AOC, came awfully close when she went live on Oct. 28 for more than 439k eager viewers.
The huge stream, backed by AOC’s desire to “sell the vote” to gamers, scribed the US representative into Twitch’s history books. It also left the internet hungry for more — AOC’s bubbly personality and funny wit had endeared her to millions.
For weeks eager viewers were left pondering when she’d make her return. Now, we finally have a solid date locked in and even know some of the names she’ll be streaming with. Here’s everything you need to know about AOC’s upcoming return to Twitch.
AOC has confirmed when she’ll be back on Twitch.
AOC confirms second Twitch stream
The internet at large has been baying for AOC to hit that “go live” button again sooner rather than later. Now her electoral race is won and her sights can shift back over to Twitch.
Despite some earlier teases, it’s been just over a month since the first historic broadcast, but now we have a date for the next one. AOC will be going live on Twitch on Friday, November 27 at 4 PM PT | 7PM EST.
A League of Legends stream certainly makes sense; Pokimane first made her name on LoL, and AOC is a self-confessed League lover, though she says she’s not played it “a whole lot.”
She must have played a bit at least, though, because on Nov. 14 — a month after revealing she was Bronze V — she shared on Instagram she had been promoted to Silver IV, one whole ranked tier higher. That’s some serious grinding!
The 31-year-old mainly plays Sona, Janna, Lux, and Morgana, and is “working on Lulu” to add to her champ pool; Pokimane will have to play ADC if they duo queue. Perhaps with her second stream now locked in, a special LoL broadcast could be right around the corner as well.
AOC’s second Twitch stream could be another record-breaking broadcast.