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Pokimane Warns Fans About Getting “Attached” to Streamers

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Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys is one of the most popular female streamers and content creators in the industry, so she knows a thing or two about interacting with fans. But now, the superstar Twitch streamer is issuing a warning to fans following the Tommyinnit and KSI controversy.

Tommyinnit is the 16-year old Minecraft streamer that has experienced an incredible rise on Twitch, which earned him a collaboration video with Brittish rapper KSI, and commented that KSI was refraining from using profanity because of Dream fans, which caused a lot out backlash.

Tommyinnit eventually issued an apology for the comments, which has led to Pokimane discussing the topic in a weekend stream, suggesting that Twitter has become a place where people are incredibly “attached” to the comments and behavior of others.

“Because in the real world there are some people that don’t give a f%ck what you want, don’t give a f%ck what you need, don’t give a f%ck what you think about what they’re thinking or what they’re saying, or what they’re doing” Pokimane said during the stream.

“And so, I think if you can learn to not be so attached to how other people are acting, that is like a life necessity” she continued. “I have found that being on Twitter makes me care way too much what other people are saying or doing. Like, It makes me feel like I need to run around and correct all the dumbas*es in the world.”

“Can you educate people? For sure. But I think it’s way more worthwhile to do that with people in your real life.”

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