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Pink Sparkles leaks emails and letters of entire stream house getting evicted

Published: 17/Jul/2019 1:02 Updated: 17/Jul/2019 7:48

by Alan Bernal


Twitch streamer ‘Pink Sparkles’ released documents that revealed a breaking point for residents such as Mitch Jones, Kailey ‘Kbubblez’ Ann, and more, who might soon have to look for another base of operations to live.

Viewers who frequent their streams might notice familiar faces making cameos every once in a while as numerous Twitch personalities are living packed in a large estate.

But it seems as the house filled with popular online personalities is going to be clearing out soon as obscene habits and lack of care in the residency has attracted unwanted attention which has exposed the illegal inner workings of the property.      

Pink Sparkles TwitterThe since deleted Tweet containing letters notifying of fines and evictions.

In a since deleted Twitter thread, Pink Sparkles laid out a bevy of messages which she hoped would clear her name, as tensions over house mismanagement started to reach an all time high.

“I never try to be cold…” she began. “Will possibly post my side of things in a tweet longer later but something needed to be said after having my name dragged through the dirt repeatedly after trying to resolve things peacefully.”

She then posted a series of communications between a community representative as well as emails from the resident’s Home Owner Association.

Pink Sparkles TwitterThe exchange that revealed a deteriorating relationship between the streamer’s living at the house and the community.

All of which indicated that infractions against the house and the leasing agreement would see the batch of streamers imminently vacate the premises.

Pink Sparkles TwitterAn email leaked by Pink Sparkles informing the house of the violations.
Pink SparklesAnother notice indicating the house of the specific rule violation.
Pink Sparkles TwitterIn depth review of violations and punishments.

In one of the documents, a viewer wrote on May 4 to the housing community to report the dangers of the overflow in residents, noting how they believed the streamers presented a harm to the property.

This sent a red flag to the house’s community board, setting off inquiries which started the apparent eviction process.

via Pink Sparkles TwitterThe email sent in by a converted Twitch viewer, and revealed by Pink Sparkles.

Streamer’s feud amid problematic eviction

A build up of tension as well as bickering between Pink Sparkles and others made evident that not all was functioning well in the streaming house.

“Hey (Pink Sparkles) where’s the messages of you hitting up our landlord throwing us all under the bus and sabotaging us????” roommate and streamer Kailey ‘KBubblez’ said. “Why did you leave those out of everything you posted????”

While Pink Sparkles has decided to “distance” herself from all the toxicity from people stemming out of this situation, that should prove to be easy as the streamers could soon be going their separate ways.


Mr Beast asks YouTubers to help make his own YouTube Rewind 2020

Published: 17/Nov/2020 21:48

by Brent Koepp


Jimmy ‘Mr Beast’ Donaldson is calling on fellow content creators to help him make their own YouTube Rewind, following the Google-owned company’s recent cancellation of the yearly recap in November.

Love or hate it, YouTube Rewind has become a major part of the video platform. The annual recap happens every December and takes a look back at the entire year to highlight popular trends and content creators.

Unfortunately on November 12, the Google-owned company announced they were “taking a break” for 2020. Not letting it stand, the site’s rising star Mr Beast has announced he is making his own, and is asking for help.

Screenshot of popular YouTuber Mr Beast posing with fireworks.
Instagram: Mr Beast
The popular YouTuber is going to make Rewind 2020.

Mr Beast rallies YouTubers to make their own 2020 Rewind

Rewind initially launched in 2010 as a simple list of the top 50 most popular videos. The recap has evolved over the last decade, and eventually became a major budget production featuring the platform’s biggest creators.

However in November, YouTube announced they were cancelling the event, stating, “2020 has been different. And it doesn’t feel right to carry on as if it weren’t. So we are taking a break from Rewind this year.”

Mr Beast reacted to the decision on Twitter, and said he would make his own. “Since YouTube isn’t making a rewind this year, I’m going to 🙂 If any other creators want to help just reply! I’m going to need it,” his November 17 tweets read.

Within minutes of posting, some of YouTube’s top creators replied to Donaldson’s tweet wanting to chip in to his Rewind 2020 project. Popular tech reviewer Marques ‘MKBHD’ Brownlee offered his production assistance. “I volunteer to help production or literally whatever else can make this great,” he said.

Other Tech personalities also offered their help, from Linus Tech Tips to Austin Evans. Popular gaming personalities Vikram ‘Vikkstar’ Barn and 100 Thieves The Mob star Classify also wanted to jump in on the community-created project.

Hilariously, Irish star Sean ‘Jacksepticeye’ McLoughlin gave advice to Mr Beast, and told him to make the video purposely bad.

“Pls make it cringey! I miss the good cringey rewinds,” he joked.

Given Mr Beast’s track record of continually one-upping his already insane videos, it will be interesting to see what he can come up with for Rewind 2020. With some of YouTube’s top tech reviewers offering their assistance, we could get something epic.

This isn’t the first time Donaldson has rallied to bring the community together. In April, he hosted a live stream where the platform’s biggest creators faced off for a Rock Paper Scissors competition for a $250k prize.