Twitch Streamer Talks About ‘Cancel Culture’ On The Internet

Twitch streamer xQc is well-known for being straight-forward and outright with his opinions. He is one of the most famous streamers on Twitch and doesn’t sugarcoat anything.

In the past, xQc has lashed out on haters when he felt that they were being unreasonable. The streamer also took a tough stance against Twitter users recently who throw hate at streamers and hold them accountable acting like they are the most perfect human beings on earth who don’t make any mistakes.

This was the time when xQc was majorly against the ‘cancel culture’. But guess what? It seems like the streamer has changed teams now. In his recent video, he explained why cancel culture can also be a ‘good thing’ at times.

What Did xQc Say?

“The way it’s being used is: ‘This makes me upset. Therefore, it’s wrong, and therefore, they should not be allowed to talk anymore because I don’t agree with this,’” said xQc. “That’s how people use cancel culture. It’s why it’s bad.”

“You guys might say I’m wrong about this, but overall, cancel culture is a good thing. Sometimes, the legal system will fail. Sometimes, the legal system cannot operate on certain things.”

“It’s why sometimes it’s okay to hold somebody accountable and sh*t on them when they do dumb sh*t in public. That’s why canceling them is a good thing. The problem is that not a lot of people actually get canceled.”

Past Comments Of xQc On Cancel Culture

In the past, after watching a video of Nick ‘Nmplol’ Polom on his stream, he saw Nick talking highly about the r/LiveStreamFails community on reddit. Nick said that it is a good community and holds streamers accountable . xQc added his own version to it later on. Here is what he said:

“You know what’s interesting about this? Twitter is always the exact opposite,” he said. “They hold people accountable for things that they didn’t do because they want to achieve this. Twitter wants to achieve this. 

“They want to be like, ‘oh, let’s hold them accountable for what they did.’ 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.”

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