deadmau5 leaves Twitch after violating its anti-hate speech insurance policies

Joel Zimmerman (aka deadmau5) has discovered himself in scorching water as soon as once more after he dished out a number of "homophobic" insults to a fellow gamer on the streaming platform Twitch.

Known for his love of video video games, the mau5trap boss was enjoying the net shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds apparently known as his opponent a “f*cking c*ck-sucking stream sniper f*g,” when he was defeated, in line with Queerty. The outburst was labeled by Twitch as "hate-speech" and Zimmerman obtained a ban from the platform shortly after.

Following the ban, Zimmerman took to to precise his resentment in direction of "Twitch's double requirements" on censorship and suspensions. Despite stating that Twitch was a "nice firm to work with" they usually had some "enjoyable partnerships right here and there", he made it clear that he can be leaving the platform for good.

You can learn Zimmerman's Twitch tirade beneath.

deadmau5 leaves Twitch after violating its anti-hate speech policies

This will not be the primary time that deadmau5 has gotten into hassle following feedback on Twitch. Back in October, a video surfaced of Zimmerman enjoying video video games and making offensive feedback in regards to the EDM artist Slushii's music because it was enjoying within the background. He describes the track as "AIDS music" and goes on to name the observe "severely autistic shit."

It was later revealed that Slushii does, actually, endure from autism and the video bothered the artist since he has "all the time seemed as much as deadmau5". The remark struck a chord with Zimmerman, who took to Twitter to apologize and subsequently took a break from social media to work on himself and search "skilled assist".

In different deadmau5 associated information, the multi-faceted artist is at present engaged on his personal mau5trap Sirius XM radio present and his first ever movie rating for the motion noir thriller, Polar, not too long ago premiered on Netflix.

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