- Twitch content creator xQc talks about toxic Twitter users who blast streamers
- He explains how this does more harm than good
- It seems other streamers do not share his opinion
Popular Twitch streamer xQc talks about how Twitter users who hate on Twitch streamers do more harm than good.
xQc Slams Twitter Users
Felix “xQc” Lengyel has been a streamer that does not get scared to talk about potentially controversial topics, for example, the time he blasted many Twitch events. The Canadian streamer has also blasted Twitter users before for being unreasonable, criticizing them for being hypocritical by saying they act like “perfect individuals who never make mistakes.”
As per his reputation as a content creator, who is not afraid to criticize, the streamer has once again taken to bash on Twitter users, who intentionally hate on Twitch streamers.
xQc recently watched a video by YouTuber Nmplol talking about r/LivestreamFail, a subreddit that, as the name suggests, focuses on mishaps during live streams. Nmplol said that this subreddit is good because it holds streamers accountable. xQc had a few things to say, stating that Twitter is the “exact opposite” of that.
“You know what’s interesting about this? Twitter is always the exact opposite,” the content creator said. He went on to explain that many Twitter users “hold people accountable for things that they didn’t do because they want to achieve this. Twitter wants to achieve this.”
xQc elaborated in his stream that Twitter users want to hold streamers accountable for what they do. “But instead, they hold people accountable for what they didn’t do and celebrate people who did bad things. It’s just so weird, dude. It’s like a world upside down.”
The streamer is alone in his opinion, it seems. Recently other big Twitch names have addressed some parts of the Twitter users. This includes Pokimane, who recently stated that “stans”, ultra-loyal supporters and fans, are a mainly positive force online.