Twitch streamer Cribazz recently got banned from Twitch for sexually harassing and making derogatory comments about women and LGBTQIA+ streamers.
Cribazz first started streaming back in Jun of 2020. Currently, he has more than 13,000 followers on the biggest streaming platform in the world. At first, his streams were mostly IRL content but recently his content apparently involves harassing and making derogatory comments about other streamers.
On June 1st, 2020 Cribazz achieved his Partnership with Twitch and Tweeted this out on his Twitter account. But his actions are probably making Twitch regret their decision to partner up with him.
But Recently Twitch decided to ban him on June 4 for sexually harassing and targeting women and LGBTQIA+ streamers.
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Cribazz was recently handed a 7-day ban from Twitch. A Twitter bot that keeps track of streamer bans and unbans recently published the news of the ban.
Cribazz soon responded on Twitter upon hearing the news of his ban. He was apparently sent an email from Twitch notifying him about the reason for the ban. The email stated the reason “Sexually Harassing Others” as the reason for the 7-day suspension.
Several women and LGBTQIA+ streamers came forward to call out Cribazz for his toxic behavior on Twitch. DEERE shared one such clip of Cribazz’s questionable actions.
Several other clips and videos can be found of Cribazz harassing as well as making derogatory comments about women and trans women for content.
People on the internet are not happy that Cribazz got banned only for 7 days following his behavior.
Twitch is still in a partnership with him despite netizens calling for a permanent ban and cancellation of partnership and has yet to make any formal statement about this topic.
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