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Korean streamer’s threat shocks English-speaking trolls

Published: 3/Jul/2019 19:01 Updated: 10/Apr/2020 13:49

by Virginia Glaze

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Like many internet platforms, popular live streaming site Twitch is no stranger to toxicity, with trolls known for spamming emotes and copypastas in chat – but one streamer has had enough of the trolling, and made sure to express her feelings in a hilarious rant.

No matter their popularity, many Twitch streamers fall victim to toxic chat groups, with some even lashing out in heated tirades due to the spam: and one Korean streamer was not exempt from this trend.

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Korean Twitch streamer ‘jammi95’ was in the middle of a broadcast on July 2 when her chat was similarly invaded by English-speaking trolls, who spammed her live chat with such quips as “Suck Turkish ice cream,” “TURKISH,” and “Speak English.”

Jamminim, InstagramKorean Twitch streamer ‘jammi95’ went on a hilarious tirade, after her chat was spammed by English-speaking trolls.

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Despite her adorable image on Twitch and Instagram, jammi wasn’t going to let the spam slide, going on a hilarious rant against the trolls.

“F*ck you!” she yelled, throwing up a middle finger at the offenders. “You’re very crazy. You… [inintelligble] sh*t f*ck! Get out of my channel! …f*ck your life, your head, your wife, your future!” she continued, tearing up pieces of tissue paper as she spoke.

She went on to make a humorous threat toward the trolls, motioning with her hands as though she were cutting off their collective genitalia with a pair of scissors, saying, “Your pingur… cutting. You want pingur, cutting?”

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Despite her side-splitting tirade, she later issued a humorous apology to her viewers, promising that she would learn English in the future and that reassuring fans that she “loves” other countries.

This wouldn’t be the first time a streamer has lost their cool over spam, by far: popular streamer HasanAbi likewise lashed out at trolls after his chat was spammed with a wave of “cmonBruh” and “TriHard” emotes, in response to him saying the word “Nicaragua.”

In fact, Hasan even banned the emote outright, claiming that the trolls were using it in a racist manner – a sentiment that has been echoed by many internet users, who attribute their use to casual racism.

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While tensions weren’t as high in jammi’s stream, she made sure to give them a warning they wouldn’t forget any time soon – proving that she’s not a streamer to be taken lightly.

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PewDiePie revisits Amnesia 10 years later & instantly gets jumpscared

Published: 19/Oct/2020 22:52 Updated: 19/Oct/2020 22:53

by Brent Koepp

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YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg hilariously got startled while playing Amnesia’s sequel, Rebirth. The personality revisited the popular horror franchise 10 years later after it jump-started his career a decade ago.

While many know PewDiePie as the face of YouTube, this wasn’t always the case for the content creator. In 2010, he began his humble roots playing titles like Amnesia: The Dark Descent in his small apartment in Sweden.

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The star revisited the popular horror franchise a decade later on October 19 when he played the game’s much-hyped sequel, Rebirth. However, Kjellberg’s dive into the new release hilariously left him startled just minutes into the story.

young pewdiepie playing amnesia
YouTube: PewDiePie
PewDiePie got his start on YouTube by playing games like Amnesia.

PewDiePie gets jumpscared

The popular YouTuber opened up his latest video by reflecting on the history his channel has had with the Amnesia series. “Here we are, 10 years later. Amnesia Rebirth is here. Obviously a lot of people know already, Amnesia was the birth of my channel,” he said.

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The star then pointed out that after a decade of waiting, he was now finally able to play a sequel by the original team that made Dark Descent: “It’s just really cool be playing a sequel made by the original team. Alright, let’s begin!”

To match the ambiance of how he played the horror title in 2010, PewDiePie turned the lights down. However, a few minutes in to the story, a jumpscare startled him.”Are you f**king serious!?” he shouted, before putting his head into his hands and laughing. When another image flashed on the screen, he exclaimed, “Stop!”

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In April, Pewds explained to viewers that he genuinely gets scared easily. “I’m so easily startled. It’s so funny, because when I used to do horror games, everyone would accuse me “he’s faking it! he’s faking it!”… I get scared easily!” he said.

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Jumpscares aside, the 30-year-old’s return to the series was a treat for fans, with many nostalgic moments sprinkled throughout. The entertainer had callbacks to his 2012 Let’s Plays, such as carrying mundane items around as if his life depended on it.

PewDiePie shouldn’t feel too bad about getting scared so early on though, as he was wearing headphones – making the jumpscare all the more startling for him.