Twitch Removes Streamer Jinnytty’s “yyjTasty” Emote Labelling it as Sexual Content

Twitch recently removed Jinnytty’s “yyjTasty” emote, regarding it as being sexual content.

Yoo Yoonjin, more commonly known online as Jinnytty, is a popular South Korean Twitch streamer and YouTuber. She is famous for her IRL streams on Twitch. Jinny started her streaming career back in 2017 and has massively increased her popularity.

Jinny liked to play Hearthstone and watch pro players play games back in the day. After becoming popular and gaining an impressive number of followers, she started to incorporate high interactivity and IRL content into her streams. At the end of 2019, Jinny moved to the USA and changed her target audience to European and American audiences. Jinny also stayed at the home of another popular streamer, Esfand, and frequently did collaboration streams.

Recently, Jinnytty made an emote on her channel for her viewers to use during Livestream. The emote is called “yyjTasty”. The emote has Jinny’s face making a licking motion with her tongue. Twitch thinks this emote is sexual content and removed it from their website.

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Twitch Removes Jinnytty’s Emote:

The video below shows Jinny’s reaction to finding out that Twitch removed her emote. She received an email from Twitch stating the reason, sexual content, and nudity for removing the emote. twitch’s words were,

“Hi, Jinnytty,

Based on a review of its content, we have removed your emote ‘yyjTasty’ from Twitch.

Reason: Disallowed Content- Imagery of sexual content or nudity. I.e. ‘Gasm’- style emotes which contain sexualized torsos or bodily fluids; animated images of buttocks.”

Learning about the emote removal, Jinny said, “What? no way. It was today, December 26, 2022, what?”. She had an expression of disbelief on her face during this time.

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