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KEEMSTAR accuses Pokimane of abusing YouTube’s copyright system

Published: 27/Dec/2018 18:54 Updated: 27/Dec/2018 18:59

by Virginia Glaze

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Popular YouTuber and Drama Alert host Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem is calling out well-known Twitch streamer Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys for allegedly abusing YouTube’s hotly-debated copyright strike system.

KEEMSTAR published a Tweet on December 27, which he linked to a video created by YouTuber ‘Memology’ called ‘Pokimane: Gotta Strike Them All.’

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“You are abusing the copyright system, Pokimane!” KEEM wrote. “DO BETTER!”

The video, uploaded on December 22, detailed the story of a YouTuber by the name of ‘Bowblax,’ who had received a copyright strike on his channel for using a clip from one of Pokimane’s Twitter videos.

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Memology went on to showcase a clip from Pokimane’s Twitch stream, where she vehemently denounced users for using her and other creators’ content in their videos.

“Well, I’m so sorry that it takes you a lot of time to steal other people’s content,” she stated in response to one YouTuber. “I am so sorry. …I’ll be taking down some of your videos.”

To further prove their point, Memology then featured a clip of Pokimane reacting to another YouTuber’s video on her stream, claiming that she was using creators’ content in a similar manner.

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While Pokimane has yet to speak out on the accusations, this isn’t the first time she and KEEMSTAR have butted heads; the two likewise went back and forth in a spat in early November (which, coincidentally, is what Bowblax’s copyrighted video was all about), after KEEM called out a fan of streamer ‘SSSniperwolf’ in a savage series of Tweets that ended up inciting a heated conversation on harassment and online bullying.

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TikTok makeup artist looks terrifying as Rick & Morty’s Mr. Meeseeks

Published: 8/Oct/2020 16:56

by Alice Hearing

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Popular TikToker Abby Roberts has transformed herself into Mr. Meeseeks from Netflix’s Rick & Morty using only make-up, and the results are insane.

Abby Roberts (Abby artistry) is a British TikToker and makeup artist with more than 12.4 million followers on the app. Abby is well known for her incredible makeup skills, cosplay, and ridiculous transformations into different characters. Abby is also dating fellow TikToker Noen Eubanks.

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Abby consistently challenges the boundaries of how far makeup can go in altering someone’s appearance, and if you thought she couldn’t turn into a cartoon, you thought wrong.

In her latest project, and potentially in the spirit of spooky season, Abby covered her entire face in blue and drew on a giant smile with terrifying teeth. She completed the look with a bright orange wig and a blue zip-up jacket.

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Abby Roberts is well-known on TikTok for pushing makeup boundaries

In the Rick & Morty universe, Mr. Meeseeks is a creature that appears throughout the seasons. They are created to serve a singular purpose and will go to any length to fulfill that. When they do, they expire and vanish into the air. While they don’t sound so scary, fans of the show will know just how creepy and disturbing the creatures can be.

She captioned her video, “This is probably my scariest look this Halloween I’m sorry” and added “cause y’all needed some more nightmare fuel,” eventually admitting in a third and final TikTok that the look is “a regret.”

@abbyrartistrythis is probably my scariest look this halloween i’m sorry 💀♬ let me know… – ok

Halloween fanatics can expect exciting things from Abby in the countdown to October 31. Already this month Abby has shown off her amazing Harley Quinn cosplay, experimented with eye blood makeup.

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Abby also debuted a Halloween special trailer on YouTube where she is filmed sitting on a huge red throne dressed as the devil in front of satin red curtains.

Fans can see more Halloween content on Abby’s YouTube channel every Friday at 11 am PST in October.