Disguised Cheers (Jeremy Wang) broke his silence by being ̵
Over the years, Disguised Toast has managed to gain popularity among streamers. Because of this, he has a massive following of over 3.5 million subscribers on YouTube and 1.3 million followers on Twitter. His witty remarks and “edgy” humor have been desired by many. However, there are a few who did not take it as a joke. That’s how the whole drama started.
Why was ‘disguised bowl’ canceled?
On May 2, a Twitter user who goes by the name Hope released a thread calling Disguised Toast out and talked about his problematic behavior. The Twitter user posted a few videos of the streamer along with some of the statements he had previously made to prove their point.
The user claimed that some of the things that Toast has said have been “offensive with boundaries.” The post reads: “He has explained that there is a gray area between being offensive and non-offensive, and he prefers to stay in the gray area where people can look him in the eye and say, ‘it’s a bit messy,’ but at the same time it is not. ”
As the post continues, the user notes: “making exciting humor or dark humor jokes is not fun unless you are part of this community and make the jokes. When someone who is not part of this community enters the space where they do not belong, it becomes offensive.
The post goes on to point out several reasons why Toast should be ‘canceled’. You can read the whole thread here.
Hidden Toast responds to being ‘canceled’
After several people started getting the ‘Disguised Bowl Canceled’ trend, he decided to break his silence on Twitter. Hours after the thread went viral, Toast wrote, “Addressing my” problematic “past and canceling.”
He wrote: “I have always been on the line with ‘edgy’ humor when it comes to my online presence. Over the last 5 years I have developed a more sarcastic, blunt and satirical personality. There is nothing about what I have done in public that I have tried to hide or erase or claim ignorance about. I take full responsibility for everything I have said and all my actions. I can proudly say that I am a person who is really open about my life in a space where many are hiding, not because they are bad people, but because people on the internet love to judge and backseat the life of a streamer. ”
Toast revealed that he decided to speak up when his friends started being targeted. In his reply, he also spoke about the accusations made against him. He ended the post by writing: “The only thing I ask for is to leave my friends alone. They are wonderful people who do not deserve any hatred for being with me. Boycott my content, cancel me, no matter what – but do not drag them into it by pushing them or demanding an apology from them just because we play games together. ”
You can read his full answer here.
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