ZooMaa urges Twitch to Ban Sexual Content such as hot tub streams from the platform – Former Call of Duty esports competitor Thomas “ZooMaa” Paparatto now the owner of Stallions and a content producer for FaZe Clan, has come up with a statement where, he criticized Twitch for doing little to stop “whores” who expose their bodies to children, hot tub streamers, people who engage in sexual activity with microphones and other devices, etc.
His exact words were, “Soooooo what about all the whores on Twitch showing their body to young kids? Are none of these big twitch creators gonna talk about that?”. His usage of the phrase “whores” angered others.
ZooMaa has called out Twitch doing nothing about the “whores” who are showing their bodies to kids, hot tub streamers, those who suck on mics and other objects sexually etc.— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) September 21, 2022
People were upset with his use of the word “whores” pic.twitter.com/KqFFdJ3HNx
ZooMaa urges Twitch to Ban Sexual Content such as hot tub streams from the platform
Although it is generally agreed that he might have used other words in this instance, it is clear what he is attempting to say. According to ZooMaa, he wouldn’t have made his point if he hadn’t said it in this way. more to follow.
In response to this another streamer named “Brooke” laid down her thoughts by saying, “this is gross, do better”.
While ZooMaa came to defend himself by giving a response, “Excuse me? You should be embarrassed. I never once even mentioned a gender either. The fact that nothing has been done about this and you’re defending it speaks volumes.”
Brooke on the other hand is a tough cookie as she stated, ” My issue is with your wording here, clearly. I never mentioned gender in my tweet either? Man, woman, I don’t care promoting to your audience calling people “whores” is an issue.” So, it is clearly visible that the phrase “whores” is the main issue.
I agree he could have used different wording on this one, but I understand the point he is trying to get across— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) September 21, 2022
ZooMaa maintains that if he hadn’t worded it this way, his point never would have gotten noticed. More coming. pic.twitter.com/xuMKRTGPxF
In a part of a clip where it is seen that ZooMaa made a statement, “if you don’t say it how it is, then nobody’s gonna be talking about it”.
ZooMaa has apologized for his wording but maintains his statement of sexualized content on Twitch pic.twitter.com/RweUArubaq— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) September 21, 2022
ZooMaa apologized for his language, but he still stands by his claim that there is sexual stuff on Twitch. ” I apologize for the language lI used I could’ve said things in better words. But, my point still stands. It’s important we get any sexual content off Twitch for good & to see creators underplaying it is sad to see…”.
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