Popular Twitch streamer Chance ‘Sodapoppin’ Morris was in the midst of reading articles about himself when he came across a listing over fellow streamer Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys – which resulted in a hilarious moment.
As one of the biggest personalities on Twitch with over two million followers, Sodapoppin is known to cross paths with many other streamers on the platform.
His latest run-in occurred when he appeared to have some difficulty pronouncing the legal name of popular streamer Pokimane, one of the most popular Fortnite streamers on Twitch.
In fact, Sodapoppin accidentally rhymed Pokimane’s last name with a certain body part in the excretory system – much to the chat’s amusement.
“Imane – Aye-mane? Is that her name?” Sodapoppin attempted. “‘Pokimane’ Annis – Anus? Anice?”
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The streamer went on to read the rest of the article, which dealt with past claims against Pokimane due to copyright striking smaller YouTube channels for using her content in a “non-transformative” manner.
Sodapoppin dubbed the article “retarded,” which also included scandals against the likes of massive streamer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, IRL steamer ICE_POSEIDON, and more.
This isn’t the first time Sodapoppin has stuck up for Pokimane, either; the streamer came to her defense in late January, after Anys was accused of using the death of a friend as a means to gain donations.
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“A lot of people were saying she was faking that because she wanted to cry on stream and get donations,” Sodapoppin said of the issue. “…it blew my mind, because people were agreeing with it. I was so fucking mad.”
Pokimane was also involved in major backlash against Twitch in early February, after an advertisement promoting her live Pro Bowl event garnered mass criticism for potentially drawing viewers away from other channels.
Twitch has since responded to the criticism by promising to discontinue such advertisements in the future.