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SlikeR gets NSFW surprise while checking Twitch streamer's Amazon wish list

by Albert Petrosyan

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Twitch personality 'ItsSlikeR' found himself in a bit of an embarrassing moment while livestreaming after visiting a fellow streamer's Amazon wish list.

It seems that NSFW moments have become a rather frequent occurrence on Twitch streams these days, even though most of them are accidental. 

Streamers will be wandering aimlessly through the internet or even their own social media platforms while live, and come across something that definitely shouldn't be broadcast to the masses. 

Such was the case for Sliker, a relatively popular streamer on Twitch who's now the latest to be bitten by this NSFW bug.

For some reason, while scrolling through fellow streamer Daphne '39daph's' Twitch page, he decided to click on her Amazon wish list when disaster struck. 

@YassuoNA - Twitter
@YassuoNA - Twitter
Slicker pictured on his birthday with popular Twitch streamer Yassuo.

The first two items of her wish list were pretty inconspicuous - a King James Version of the Holy Bible and a bible guide titled 'How to Enjoy Reading Your Bible.'

However, it was the third item that SlikeR, and pretty much everyone watching were drawn to - a sex toy called 'Amusing Soft Curious Tin-gs for W-o-m-en.'

While he tried to remove the page from his screen as quickly as possible, the toy was there long enough to be seen as clear as day, which had SlikeR's face buried in his hands afterwards. 

"Oh my God, I need to delete my VOD," he said, with a bemused look on his face. "I'm sorry, be right back."


WARNING - The video below contains NSFW images



A bump in the road to partnership

This slip-up certainly won't help SlikeR achieve his goal of getting partnered on Twitch, which he is still attempting to do despite boasting over 124,000 followers.

Former CS:GO pro 'MOeTV' recently called the platform racist for not partnering him, and although he was clearly joking, there still remains the big question of why a streamer with that many followers remains only an affiliate. 

In either case, followers or not, granting partnership status is at the discretion of Twitch, and it looks like he'll have to work even harder if he's to earn it.