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Content creator JennaLynnMeowri faced a temporary ban from Twitch after she streamed in a bunny costume shortly after Easter. Despite years of streaming on the Amazon-backed platform, this marked her first Twitch ban. Meowri had teased her audience with a “Playboy Bunny Cocktail Stream” on social media, dressed in a bunny suit, which led to her swift removal from the streaming site.
Taking to Twitter, Meowri expressed her reaction to the ban: “Banned for wearing a bunny suit.” She intended to appeal the penalty immediately, and upon further investigation, it was revealed that her account would be reinstated on April 11 following the 24-hour ban.
Twitch’s perspective on the matter was that the bunny suit was deemed “inappropriate clothing” for live streaming, thereby violating the platform’s terms of service. This sparked discussions on Twitter, with some expressing their views on the controversial decision.
In response to the situation, content creator Su Su pointed out that others stream while wearing bunny suits, and Meowri suggested that some viewers might have reported her account, possibly leading to Twitch’s initial crackdown. She even speculated that someone might have blocked the reporting feature.
Interestingly, other creators shared similar experiences, including internet celebrity Holly Wolf, who claimed she was banned from Twitch for the same reason. According to her, the ban resulted from having a profile photo in which she was solely wearing a bunny costume, commenting humorously, “It’s those damn exposed buttocks.”
As of now, Meowri’s Twitch account remains banned on the platform. However, if her appeal is successful in a timely manner, there is a good chance she will be reinstated soon. Content creators can expect to return to Twitch starting on April 11.