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Twitch streamer slams viewer after receiving NSFW photo

by Brad Norton

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A Twitch streamer decided enough was enough after a viewer sent her a NSFW photograph of his private parts, and put him on blast during her September 11 broadcast.

Often live with IRL broadcasts to interact with her fans, 'miss_angeliquew' has amassed just shy of 30,000 followers throughout her time streaming on Twitch.

Linking her Discord server below the stream, she encourages fans to engage with the community in a healthy and respectful manner. However, one fan has gone overboard and used the server to send an NSFW picture directly to the streamer.

In a September 11 broadcast, Angelique went live and took aim at this particularly desperate viewer, exposing him for the act.

“You’re banned btw. You totally sent me a dick pic. I don’t appreciate it, I thought we were homies.” she said.

Instagram: @miss_angeliquew
Instagram: @miss_angeliquew
miss_angeliquew is often live with IRL streams.

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The streamer was under the impression that the viewer in question, watching her content and engaging in the community Discord, was “a cool part of the stream.” But seemingly out of nowhere, she opened her “Discord to a dick pic.”

“When the hell did you ever think you were okay sending me that?” she said, obviously frustrated by the situation but more-so trying to make a mockery of the incident.

Elevating the backlash, Angelique went on to threaten the creepy viewer, “I’m calling you out right now, shit’s fucked up,” she yelled. “I don’t want to see your dick, I don’t want to see the outline of your dick, I don’t want to see anything. It’s gross.” 

“If you keep it up, I’m gonna fucking screenshot it and post that shit on Twitter.” the streamer threatened.

From awkward threesome requests to complete bans for accidental nudity, Twitch has certainly been the platform for a lot of drama lately.

While this obviously isn’t the first time and likely won’t be the last, hopefully this exposure serves as a lesson to any other viewers out there who have thought about sending similar pictures to Twitch streamers.