Twitch streamer banned after writing subscriber names on her body

Published: 1/Feb/2021 18:46

by Michael Gwilliam


Twitch streamer Indiefoxx has been banned from the platform for the second time in just four days after she decided it was a good idea to write subscriber names on her body while wearing lingerie.

On February 1, Indiefoxx found herself banned upon her return to Twitch in what may be one of the fastest bans ever seen.

In the now-deleted stream, the entertainer was writing the names of her subscribers on her body while she lounged in a bed wearing lingerie.

As you can see in the video, she has her legs and left arm completely covered with the names of her subs and even wrote one on her chest.

The clip quickly spread on Reddit where users joked she was actually a speedrunner trying to earn the fastest ban upon returning to the site.

It’s unclear exactly why she was banned the second time and Twitch doesn’t comment on individual cases – if they did then we could finally put the mystery of Dr Disrespect to rest.

Nonetheless, just three hours after the clip surfaced on Reddit, Twitch took action and banned the streamer.

Indiefoxx was first banned back on January 28 after a jacuzzi stream in which she may have broken Twitch’s rules on nudity.

In a Twitter video, Indiefoxx accused fellow streamer JakeNBake for being responsible for her ban when he mentioned she may have been wearing a see-through swimsuit.

“I wasn’t showing my anus on Twitch, okay?” she said. “There are other websites for that shit.”

According to the streamer, it may have been riding up and made a fold that caused it to appear that her body was showing. Regardless, it seems like Twitch felt its rules had been broken and decided to punish the entertainer.

It’s unclear if JakeNBake contributed to the original ban in any capacity, but with this second ban she’s going to have some time to sit back and think about how she approaches her broadcasts in the future.

Who knows, she may even try to go for a hattrick once she is unbanned again.


Sway House respond to allegations of steroid use

Published: 23/Feb/2021 22:16

by Virginia Glaze


Popular TikTok group ‘Sway House’ has long been under public scrutiny for their physical appearance, with many critics accusing the influencers of using steroids to achieve their gains — and now, the entire group has spoken out about the rumors.

The Sway House is comprised of a slew of top-tier content creators, including the likes of Bryce Hall, Josh Richards, Griffin Johnson, and Blake Gray, who boast millions of followers between them across multiple social media platforms.

On February 23, the group got together to address popular rumors and speculation about them, using questions specifically provided by their own fans via Twitter.

One of the more popular assumptions about these TikTokers has been spread around many times before, which claims that the group collectively takes steroids and other such enhancers to boost their workout results.


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While Bryce Hall has admitted to steroid use before, the entire group had yet to speak on the issue as a whole, which came up during their February “assumptions” video.

“I guess I can’t really say anything on this one,” Hall laughed.

“Griffin takes like, fake steroids though,” Richards joked. “He’s not even a full committer!”

“Oh yeah, he gets ‘test boosters,’” Hall replied. “Just shoot it up in the butt!”

“Dude, I literally only take vitamins!” Griffin retorted. “They help increase your natural testosterone levels!”

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The jokes against Griffin come as a humorous turn of the tables, after Tayler Holder grilled Bryce Hall about his own purported steroid use in December. During their humorous Q & A session, Hall did admit that he had used steroids in the past, but had since gone back to being “all natty.”

“Yes, I did,” Hall laughed. “So do so many other people, so f**k you guys! More plates, more dates. You guys were correct!”

“Let me tell you, I’m not encouraging any of my viewers to do it,” he added. “I just wanted to get big. I’m off now, I’m all natty now. Fully.”

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While the accusations of steroid use among the rest of the group remain as mere allegations, it’s important for fans to remember that their favorite influencers likely have a slew of resources at their disposal to obtain such bodies, and that being completely shredded isn’t a totally realistic body goal to set for everyone.