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Entertainment • Oct 30, 2018

Twitch streamer responds to harassment after clip goes viral on Reddit

Twitch streamer responds to harassment after clip goes viral on Reddit

Unfortunately, online harassment is alive and well on sites like Twitch and Reddit as this example streamer Sotrmfall33 shared with viewers shows.

Recently, a clip of the streamer went viral on Reddit's r/livestreamfail subreddit where a viewer said they would donate if she told them her cup size, and she does, informing the viewer she is currently drinking out of what seems to be a 32 oz cup.

The clip quickly went viral and was one of the top upvoted posts on the subreddit, but during a more recent stream Stormfall33 revealed the harassment she got because of the clip.

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"I got so much harassment from this clip, it's fucking insane, like legit death threats," she told viewers during the stream. "People telling me to go kill myself because I'm a thot now I guess. Reddit has officially declared me a thot."

"We're a hog squeezing stream now boys, whip em out," the streamer joked as she held a small stuffed pig.

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"Is it really that easy though?" She wondered aloud to her audience. "To just go on Twitch, whip your tits out, play League and watch the money flow into your bank account?"

It seems like Stormfall33 is taking everything that happened in stride though, "No way, I would never be able to do that, I have way too much dignity to play League."

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