Why Has Korean Twitch Streamer Berry0314 Been Banned?
Here are the latest rumours behind Berry0314's sudden Twitch ban.
The popular Korean Twitch streamer, Berry0314 has been banned from the streaming platform. Popular Twitter account ‘StreamerBans‘ announced the ban on February 18.
— StreamerBans (@StreamerBans) February 18, 2021
Who Is Berry0314?
Berry found popularity when she began streaming on Twitch. She also shares fashion and lifestyle pictures on her Instagram, where she has almost forty thousand followers. The Korean streamer also has a YouTube channel but is better known for her live streams on Twitch.
She is also a professional dancer and often shows off her skills during her live streams. Her Twitch streams often fall under the ‘just chatting’ category on the platform, but she has been known to stream video games. Berry had previously partnered up with big names such as Jacksepticeye, who has almost two and a half million Twitch followers.
Why Has Berry0314 Been Banned?
It’s important to note that many of the reasons for Berry’s ban are simply rumours. No official reason has come from Twitch, as of writing. Many fans have commented on the ban, as they believe that Berry was in a dispute with her husband before the stream. Rumours are circulating that her husband began a live stream on her channel and proceeded to smash objects whilst swearing and screaming. Berry’s husband was supposedly bleeding too.
The police were called and the stream was then shut down upon their arrival. Again, it’s important to remember that all of this is rumours, as there’s no official footage of the live stream.
What Happens Next?
We are hopeful that with the arrival of the police, Berry and anyone else involved in the incident is safe and well. If the rumours are to be believed, Berry was likely banned due to the blood and violence shown on her stream and this is more likely a precautionary measure by Twitch.
The length of the ban hasn’t been specified by Twitch. It’s very likely that Berry will be able to return at some point soon, and the ban won’t be permanent.