The famous streamer IShowSpeed flashed his audience accidentally during a live stream on YouTube.
Famous streamer IShowSpeed flashed his private parts to a big crowd while streaming, which surprised both him and his fans.
IShowSpeed had just come back to streaming after being in the hospital last month because of a bad sinus infection.
His right eye was really swollen, and he had a bad headache that made him worry about his health.
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Thankfully, he got better and started streaming again on August 15 after getting 19 million subscribers on YouTube.
But the very next day, something different happened during his live stream.
IShowSpeed flashed his audience on YouTube accidentally; of course
On August 16, during a live stream, IShowSpeed got scared while playing a game called Five Nights at Freddy’s. IShowSpeed flashed his audience on camera.
He quickly sat down when he realized what happened. He seemed surprised that he had accidentally shown that to 24,000 viewers.
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Fans went on Twitter to express how surprised they were. Many think he might get banned from streaming just after coming back.
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YouTube doesn’t allow content that sexually shows private parts. They also don’t allow videos that show sexual acts or things meant to be sexual.
IShowSpeed flashed his audience, and he might get banned soon
IShowSpeed flashed his audience accidentally, but that probably will not change the outcome.
Speed’s account is still active, but fans think it might not stay that way for long.
The streamer could anticipate an almost permanent ban in the coming days, even if it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet.
Additionally, a lot of commenters on the video have made jokes about how this would essentially confirm Speed’s switch to Kick, and this year’s Sidemen Charity Match will be a big performance from the new Kick streamer!. Kick is renowned (and notorious) for not moderating its material.
Kick still has its limitations, though. Those restrictions are specifically those that might result in the age restriction or closure of the website.