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PewDiePie claps back at teacher’s scathing comments about his channel

Published: 21/Dec/2018 1:46 Updated: 21/Dec/2018 1:50

by Virginia Glaze

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Twitter user ‘Rissan’ uploaded a video to Twitter on December 15, which featured audio of their history teacher claiming that supporting YouTuber ‘PewDiePie’s’ channel incites “anti-Semitism” and “genocide.”

The educator popped off in a 40-second segment recorded by Rissan, where he argued that students could face legal repercussions for engaging with the YouTuber’s Tweets, should the YouTuber be “sued” for his promotion of an anti-Semitic channel in one of his previous videos.

“If something were to happen and PewDiePie were to be sued for this, you could be complicit,” the teacher stated. “If you retweet it, they could make you pay a fine, as well, because you have published anti-Semitic things.”

PewDiePie addressed the video during a ‘Pew News’ segment on December 20, giving a scathing clapback to the teacher’s comments.

“Be very aware that this is complete dogshit,” Pewds said of the video. “It blows my mind that a teacher, speaking as a voice of authority over kids in this very strict tone, [is saying] things that are completely not true. This really shows you the effects of these articles.”

Rissian themselves had a fairly critical take on their teacher’s statement, calling his tirade “ignorant” and “ironic.” However, the student went on to clarify that they didn’t wish to see the educator fired, claiming that he is a “very talented and interesting teacher when he is teaching and not trying to force his opinion on people.”

The identity of the teacher and school in which the video was taken have yet to be identified.

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Hafu’s Among Us lobby takes action against toxic Twitch chat

Published: 22/Jan/2021 5:32

by Theo Salaun

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In light of recent drama involving xChocoBars and Twitch chat toxicity in Hafu’s Among Us lobbies, the streamers are working together to implement a process aimed at curtailing unsavory viewers.

In one of Rumay ‘Hafu’ Wang’s popular Among Us sessions with a variety of streamers, Luminosity Gaming’s xChocoBars was driven to tears and an early conclusion of her stream by overwhelming toxicity in Twitch chat.

While Hafu and others, like Jeremy ‘DisguisedToast’ Wang, tried to console xChocoBars and let her know that chat was being unfair — the damage had already been done. Viewers were aggressively berating ChocoBars for failing to identify the impostor and that pushed her to find a substitute for her in the game and end her stream early, forgoing involvement in Rachel ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter’s session later in the day.

In the hours since the unfortunate incident, Hafu has worked on creating a process to deal with toxic chatters that will involve moderators from each streamer’s chat joining a collective Discord channel.

As Hafu explains, her Among Us morning lobbies will be accompanied by a communal “mod Discord.” This will allow the streamers, in unison, to levy out punishments to someone who has been overly toxic in any individual chat.

While Hafu denotes the level of toxicity as anyone being a “poopoo head,” it’s clear that this process is designed to ensure that anyone wanting to be toxic will be relegated to uninvolvement in any stream that is part of the lobby.

Overall, the idea is a quality one as it should deter people from being too nasty in chat. If someone is so invested in a streamer’s game of Among Us that they become toxic, they’ll probably dislike being completely banned from the entire lobby’s streams.

As xChocoBars tweeted, she did need to take a break from the internet for a while after dealing with toxicity in the morning stream — but she will be returning for Hafu’s next morning Among Us lobby.

It’s unclear if this anti-toxicity process was in the works before ChocoBars decided to join for the following morning’s stream. Regardless, it should be comforting to know that the lobby is taking action against what has become a growing issue in Among Us streams.