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Twitch streamer Sketch confirms authenticity of leaked images during emotional livestream | Vopbuzz.com

Earlier this week, explicit images of popular streamer Kylie “Sketch” Cox surfaced online, purportedly from an old OnlyFans account. The images sparked a wave of homophobic abuse on social media, leading to significant backlash in the gaming community.

In an emotional broadcast, Sketch confirmed the authenticity of the images and explained that they were taken during a particularly difficult time in his life. He candidly admitted, “I fucked up, but I changed,” and expressed deep gratitude to those who supported him, including FaZe Banks and his family. Sketch spoke about the serious impact the situation had on him, saying that he had considered drastic measures if the images ever surfaced: “Plan A was… probably eat — well, probably stop it if it ever came out.”

Sketch, known for his energetic and often crazed Twitch persona, has seen rapid growth, amassing over 1.1 million followers. Despite this success, the controversy has taken a toll on his mental health. During the stream, he suggested he might take a break from streaming to focus on his well-being, though he hasn’t ruled out the possibility of quitting entirely.

The incident has sparked a wider debate about privacy, mental health, and the impact of past actions on public figures, and many in the streaming community have rallied around Sketch to support him during this difficult time.


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