Controversial streamer Nickmercs banned by Twitch after posting transphobic slur


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Former professional Gears of War player Nick “Nickmercs” Kolcheff received his first Twitch ban for using a transphobic term during a recent Pride Month stream where he posted his annual anti-LGBTQ+ nonsense.

“Banned for using the word “Tranny” on Twitch” – he he tweeted June 28. “Apparently it’s a derogatory term. It’s my fault. Next time I will use the term mental health disorder.”

During Pride Month 2023, a member of the FaZe clan criticized transgender rights protesters in Florida, tweet“They should leave little kids alone.” It was a transphobic wake-up call that had its roots in the state’s “Don’t Say Gay” movement, which pushed to ban people from acknowledging their LGBTQ+ existence in schools. Activision removed Kolcheff’s skin from the game With Call of Duty Consequently.

Although Kolcheff has not claimed to be a bigot in the past, he recently stated in one of his Ring of Fire streams that “there is no such thing as transsexuals.” Just last week, he attacked MrBeast co-worker Ava Kris Tyson, who is a transgender woman. She quoted a video on Twitter of Kolcheff defending Guy “Dr. Disrespect” Beahm from new allegations have come to light that he “sexed” a minor 22th June. “The ‘Let’s protect the children’ crowd comes when someone is a loving parent, not when their son is currently facing charges from South Africa,” she wrote in a now-deleted tweet.

“You should be ashamed of yourself” – Kolcheff he replied. “Leave your wife and child to play pretend. One day you will wake up and realize what you have done.

MrBeast supported Tyson, calling her a great parent, while others criticized Kolcheff for being a disingenuous loser. Kolcheff later backed off his support of Beahm when he was his teammate Call to duty streamer admitted to exchanging “inappropriate” messages with an underage Twitch user. My city We have reached out to Twitch for comment on Kolcheff’s ban and will update this story.

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