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Streamer has perfect response to troll “complimenting” her clothing

Published: 29/Jan/2020 10:50

by Calum Patterson


Twitch streamer PlayWithJambo hit back at a viewer for their comments about her choice of clothing on stream, after they had praised her for “not being basically naked.”

There is often debate about what is appropriate to wear as a Twitch broadcaster, with viewers often suggesting some streamers will dress more suggestively to attract attention.

The platform has strict rules about what is appropriate attire, but there is a view that they are not always so strictly enforced. PlayWithJambo however, wasn’t happy at all when a viewer thought they could pass comment on what she chose to wear.

Streamer talking to chat on Twitch
Twitch: PlayWithJambo
PlayWithJambo can be found streaming a variety of games on Twitch

The viewer had arrived in her stream and immediately posted “thank you for not being basically naked to speak your mind,” perhaps believing it was complimentary of the streamer.

But Jambo snapped back, “if I wanted to wear a tank top and flash my ti**ies all over Twitch, I would do it, and I wouldn’t need your approval to do so.”

“I’m sorry, but anybody with that kind of close-minded attitude – it’s not a compliment. It’s important to me that you know, that’s not a compliment. Putting down other women and what they choose to wear, what they choose to do and who they choose to be, is not complimenting somebody else.”

Jambo suggested some alternative comments that could have been left, which would have actually been complimentary, such as “I really like your hoodie!”

Concluding, the streamer exclaimed, “if you want to have your ass hanging out of some shorts, if you want to have your ti**ies out, that does not decrease the value of your opinion. The clothes that anyone wears, should define the value of your opinion.”

Earlier in January, another female streamer, Indiefoxx, also hit out at viewers, disappointed that her viewership and sub count would drop when she wore less revealing clothing.

Indiefoxx explained that dressing in certain ways had “made my stream more successful but it has not made me mentally okay with what I believe the entertainment industry is.”

Others have argued that there is no winning, regardless of which side you are on. Another streamer, AshleyRoboto, explained “If you have cleavage, the men will bitch at you on Twitch. If you have a turtleneck, the men will bitch at you on Twitch. What do you want?”

PlayWithJambo finished her monologue by showing that her hoodie said “filthy”, and saying “my hoodie matches your attitude, sir.”


Stormzy drops ‘Rainfall’ music video in Watch Dogs, and it actually slaps

Published: 23/Oct/2020 2:14

by Isaac McIntyre


Stormzy has officially made his Watch Dogs Legion debut with the release of his ‘Rainfall’ music video, which was filmed entirely inside Ubisoft’s upcoming trilogy sequel and if we’re being honest, the whole thing is kind of awesome.

Every day another celebrity seems to find their way into the digital world. This year, Ninja and Aussie Twitch streamer Loserfruit were both added to Fortnite. Then, just last month, Dr Disrespect had a unique variant skin and themed ‘Arena’ map he designed released in Rogue Company.

Now it’s British grime rapper Stormzy’s turn, in Watch Dogs: Legion.

The rapper, 27, released a music video for his new single “Rainfall” on Thursday, Oct. 22, with a bit of a twist ⁠— the entire clip was filmed in Ubisoft’s upcoming sequel.

A digital Stormzy first appeared in a virtual studio, singing his new single. The scenery soon changed, however, and he was transported ⁠— all in-game ⁠— to the rooftops of London, where the new Watch Dogs sequel will mainly be taking place.

Here’s the new music video, featuring Tiana Major9, in all its glory.

This isn’t the only time Stormzy will be appearing in Watch Dogs Legion either. When the full Legion title drops on Oct. 29, players will get the chance to team-up with the grime rapper, or at least a virtual version of him, for an exclusive side-quest.

The mission, “Fall on My Enemies,” is a reference to Stomrzy’s lyrics in ‘Rainfall.’ 

When accepted, players will be tasked with “protecting the broadcast of the music video across the entire city.” Ubisoft has yet to confirm how long the mission will be, or whether it has any major bearing on the main Watch Dogs storyline.

Stormzy first revealed his collaboration back in September. He said, “You lot are about to have your minds blown. What [Ubisoft] have done in terms of recreating London is one of the most insane, epic, incredible things I’ve ever seen.”

Stormzy 'filmed' his entire Rainfall music video inside Watch Dogs: Legion.
YouTube: Stormzy
Stormzy ‘filmed’ his entire Rainfall music video inside Watch Dogs: Legion.

The Watch Dogs devs said they were “thrilled” to have Stormzy onboard. “His music and what he speaks to as an artist is extremely relevant for our London setting, and for the larger themes of our game. He lit up the room… it was a career highlight for us to get to work with him.”

Ubisoft has confirmed the exclusive Stormzy Rainfall mission will be available from day one in Watch Dogs Legion, and will require no additional DLC patches to play.

The Watch Dogs trilogy sequel will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia on Thursday, October 29. The title will also be ported to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 when the next-gen consoles are released in late 2020.