Disguised Toast Ban: Know why he faked his Twitch ban

The suspension imposed on the streamer on January 10th for watching the anime "Death Note" was, as the streamer later claimed

Disguised Toast Ban: Know why he faked his Twitch ban

In the midst of the heated debates around DMCA strikes involving reaction content on Twitch, strange yet intriguing news emerged. The reality behind Twitch’s most talked-about ban, Disguised Toast, has finally been revealed. Find out why he lied about his Twitch ban. Disguised Toast Ban: Know why he faked his Twitch ban

The suspension imposed on the streamer on January 10th for watching the anime “Death Note” was, as the streamer later claimed, a staged scenario intended to warn the community about the risks of the DMCA policy. Toast planned everything and Lilypichu helped him carry it out.

Disguised Toast Ban: Know why he faked his Twitch ban

The streamer first decided to react to a large amount of anime on his channel, directing Lilypichu to file a DMCA claim against his show. Then he saw Death Note, and the rest of the series followed suit, surprise him.

“When I started this whole thing, I didn’t expect it to go that long. Maybe like two days,” he laughed. “Then it actually went on for two weeks! It got out of hand.”

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“People really just believe everything they see and hear, don’t they? I said I was going to see everyone in a month (after the ban)and everyone just believed it. I didn’t say what reason, or what I got DMCA strike for, and people just made-up reasons. The ban’s a month? Or he must have got multiple strikes”, he continued.

“This has been happening on Twitch for years,” he continued. “Are you mad about it now because I put on a top hat and spelled it out? This whole thing has been a really eye-opening experience. I’m not the good guy, I broke rules, but it’s eye-opening, I hope for everyone.”

Toast went on to explain how the DMCA policy was broken and how it needed to be rectified. “Something about the DMCA system is faulty,” he continued. I don’t think I should have been able to get away with the entire series. And I don’t believe Hasan should have been detained because of a bogus DMCA allegation.” “I didn’t enjoy taking the chance.” It was not fun for me to breach the rules. And I’m not sure if pointing all of this out helped. However, something isn’t quite right, and we need to investigate,” he said.

Toast must have had a lot of fun putting this drama together, but the Internet is very great, and it’s curious to find out whether there’s any more truth to this narrative.

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