KEEMSTAR accuses Pokimane of abusing YouTube’s copyright system

Virginia Glaze

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.

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

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

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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.

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.”

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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.

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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