As one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, Pokimane commands a regular following to her daily streams - as thousands of fans tune in to watch her play games, generally chat with them, and even react to different videos or Reddit posts.
Like every streamer, Pokimane has to take time out of her broadcasts to do regular tasks like grabbing a drink, taking a toilet break, and chewing down on some food. Yet, she was left heartbroken when one of her food orders was ‘spoiled’ by two different ingredients touching each other.
An hour into her July 8 broadcast, Pokimane cracked open her food delivery and showed it off to her viewers. “Oh my god, I got an omelet and fruit, but the fruit landed on the omelet,” she said with a disappointed tone to her voice, showing off the food to her fans.
Yet, the streamer didn’t let the issue lay there. Instead, the streamer followed up with an almost three-minute-long ‘rant’ about how her discovery had ‘ruined’ her day.
If some viewers hadn’t already realized that the streamer was joking, they would have when Pokimane decided to plug her PostMates affiliate link with perfection, despite trying to hold back the tears.
Despite that, she carried on for another two minutes before reaching a hilarious crescendo. “I have never been more disappointed in my life because the sweetness of the fruit just ruins the savouriness of the omelet. You just have this big piece of Honeydew on top tainting it in the same manner that evil people taint our communities,” she concluded before bursting out in laughter.
Even though she could recognize the flaws in her acting performance, Pokimane was still pretty proud of herself for going on the nearly three-minute-long ‘rant’ about her food.
Of course, in the end, it didn’t really matter as she just ate the delivery anyway - despite complaining that the fruit had actually become salty regardless of her jokes.
It’s not the first, and it won’t be the last time that Pokimane decides to troll her viewers, but maybe next time she’ll be able to pull off a bit more of a convincing performance.
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