‘Twerking Booby Streamer’ Banned For Posting NSFW Gaming Videos

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A self-described ‘twerking booby streamer’ has been banned from the video site Twitch after posting a series of NSFW videos on YouTube.

Zoie Burgher, 20, has won fans for filming herself playing Call of Duty in a bikini and twerking when she wins. Or just twerking whenever, really.

But she’s now been hit with her fourth ban on video site Twitch after being accused of ‘showcasing nudity or other sexual behaviour/attire’.

In a video which has been watched more than 1,040,000 times, Zoie claimed she was given the boot ‘because of my reputation’ and insists the ban is ‘unfair’:

Twitch, a popular livestreaming service, has rules specifying that streamers cannot show too much skin during broadcasts, much less focus on anything overtly sexual.

And Burgher, who is known for twerking while playing Black Ops 3, has been banned four times for violating that rule.

And while Burgher has said she recognises that the first few bans were legitimate, she’s described the latest ban as ‘unfair’, claiming she’s been on good behaviour lately.

She also notes that other streamers have worn similarly revealing clothes but have not gotten banned yet.

A little look on Twitch’s website, however, finds that the exact content that Burgher was showing is not accepted on the website:

Content that is unlawful, libellous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, indecent, lewd, suggestive, harassing, threatening, invasive of privacy or publicity rights, abusive, inflammatory, fraudulent or otherwise objectionable.

So why is this getting so much air time if she’s being banned for something the website is against? Probably because she’s half-naked in her videos.

Speaking to The Sun, Burgher said the ban was linked to a video on YouTube in which she ‘called myself the banned Twitch streamer and twerked my way to internet fame’.

She said:

I totally get why they would be kind of miffed about that.

It was viewed 10 million times, but it was PG-13 at worst. X-rated has never been and will never be my style.

I just disregarded them and wore the cleavage tops anyway because I thought I would be able to get away with it.

Zoie (very modestly) added: “I used sexuality to help me get ahead on YouTube, but it’s nothing that other girls haven’t been trying to do, I just did it better.”

Ah, the Internet…


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