IShowSpeed goes on a rampage after being banned from OmeTV twice-Popular YouTuber and streamer IShowSpeed was left enraged after being banned from the video chat platform OmeTV twice in one stream.
The 18-year-old, whose real name is Darren Watkins, was streaming on August 30 when he decided to try out OmeTV. Shortly after starting a conversation with a stranger, he was banned from the platform.
IShowSpeed goes on a rampage after being banned from OmeTV twice
Watkins was initially confused about the reason for the ban, but OmeTV later provided a screenshot showing that he had been banned for uploading an “irrelevant image.” The image in question was a close-up shot of Watkins’ face making a goofy expression.
Watkins was furious, and he immediately began ranting to his viewers. “They just banned me because of my face? Am I that ugly? Am I that f**king ugly?!” he said.
🚨| BREAKING: Speed gets BANNED from Omegle for being UGLY pic.twitter.com/2FS0CP8bzv
— Speedy HQ (@iShowSpeedHQ) August 30, 2023
Watkins tried to appeal the ban, but he was unsuccessful. He then decided to pay a small fee to have himself unbanned, but he was banned again shortly thereafter. “I am f**king done! They banned me again just because of my face! I am not that damn ugly!” Watkins exclaimed.
After rage quitting OmeTV, Watkins decided to play Roblox, which he had previously been taunted by kids on following his accidental flash.
Watkins’ experience on OmeTV has sparked a debate about the platform’s policies on banning users. Some people have argued that Watkins was unfairly banned, while others have said that he was simply breaking the rules. OmeTV has not commented on the incident yet.
In a follow-up stream, Watkins said that he was still upset about being banned from OmeTV, but he vowed to move on. “I’m not going to let this get me down,” he said. “I’m going to keep making content and having fun.”
Watkins’ experience is a reminder that even popular YouTubers and streamers are not immune to being banned from online platforms. It is important to be aware of the rules and regulations of any platform before using it, and to avoid breaking any rules that could result in a ban.