Some people on r/Hololive are having a small drama on whether to blame Cover or Youtube for some trouble that affected their vtubers

1 : Anonymous2021/03/08 03:28 ID: m06qfh
Some people on are having a small drama on whether to blame Cover or Youtube for some trouble that affected their vtubers
2 : Anonymous2021/03/08 03:30 ID: gq694vm

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3 : Anonymous2021/03/08 03:47 ID: gq6aycd

What was the “dark joke”?

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here is a guide wich summarises the whole arc. it can be read as a story depicting self harm and general personality issues.

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She did a story where she had 2 personalities and killed herself as one personality murdering the other one including an on-stream execution. There is a lot more to it from what I can tell but that seems to be the core part of what was dark in the story.

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Nothing bigoted if that's what you're thinking of. I'm a little out of the loop with Haachamas content but she did a dark horror ARG thing with a lot of jokes about killing and murdering, so it's probably about that.

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Haachama /Akai Haato was the subject of a meme: her jump into batshit insa e content last year led to people claiming she had a split personality or had become possessed or other things.

She recently (last couple months) took this meme and ran with it in her "deep lore" series of streams/short videos. In short: the personalities fought for control, Haachama beheaded Haato and attempted to eat her, Haato cut off Haachama's head and stole her body, and other crazy stuff. That's the 'dark humor' in question.

4 : Anonymous2021/03/08 06:03 ID: gq6mzy3

The controversy’s about YouTube TOS and how the parent company (Cover) is reacting to this, particularly in regards to one streamer (Akai Haato/Haachama) removing her more controversial content, and whether this was at YouTube’s or Cover’s direction. The fact that all some people here take away from this is “lmao anime bad” or “vtubers bad” is kinda telling

5 : Anonymous2021/03/08 07:21 ID: gq6si7i

I saw "hololive" and immediately thought it was a Holocaust denial subreddit

6 : Anonymous2021/03/08 10:17 ID: gq739ui

Tue honest part here is that it was inevitable. Haachama decided to push what it meant to be a Vtuber. She's a content creator overflowing with ideas and imagination, and wanted to find the boundry where someone would tell her to stop.

She found it, and ate the consequences when a lot of her recent content needed to be removed. She's taken it as gracefully as she can, I think.

7 : Anonymous2021/03/08 04:42 ID: gq6g7ex

VTubers somehow manage to be worse than regular streamers.

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I'll take vtubers over ice and the rest of the 3d crew any day.

8 : Anonymous2021/03/08 03:48 ID: gq6b0vk


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It's possible to watch anime, but not be... like that.

There's both healthy and unhealthy way to engage with most broad classes of media.

If someone says "I watch youtube videos" I don't immediately think "They must watch The Golden One, what a nazi".

With anime, I admit, the percentage of awful people and shows in the fandom is way more, but it's still not all bad. Just like some people engage with youtube in a healthy way, some people engage with japanese anime in a healthy way.

I'd assume you can probably engage with hololive in a healthy way somehow, but I'm less sure about that one.

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oh wow mr redditor you are so cool


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