Twitch streamer uses phone while driving and causes car to break down

Twitch streamer uses phone while driving and causes car to break down

On April 1, Twitch Streamer and content creator MeltIsLIVE, also known as Melt, was involved in a car accident while driving and using his phone while… Stream “in real life” (IRL).. While it appears no one was seriously injured, Melt appears to have been banned from Twitch due to his behavior.

As reported dexerto On April 2On Monday night, Twitch streamer Melt was live-streaming himself driving at night, checking his phone, and interacting with his audience. He was reportedly spending a lot of time talking and responding to his stream chat while behind the wheel of his car.

At one point during the broadcast, Milt appeared to receive a text message and showed his audience his phone screen before explaining that he was going to park his car and pull over.

“She texted me about everything I liked,” Milt said, referring to a previous conversation. “In every way-” Chat stopped. Let me stop real quick so Twitch won’t be on my dick.

A few seconds later, after putting down his phone, Milt tried to stop. In the footage, it appears the streamer was trying to merge into the lane and crashed head-on into a car he didn’t see. The car he crashed into can be seen behind Milt in the video moments before the accident.

After the accident, Milt took a few seconds to recover before picking up his phone again and continuing the broadcast, showing his fans the damage to the front of his car. He then began yelling at the other driver, who appeared to be on the phone with someone about what happened.

“You won’t say anything, brother?” Melt asked. “Bro, you won’t say something? You say what? You won’t say anything, bro? You just hit me, bruh!”

dexerto Reports indicate that later in the broadcast Melt asked his edit to delete the VOD footage of the incident. However, it is not clear whether that happened. Regardless, shortly after the accident, on April 1, Twitch has banned Melt’s account.

my city I contacted Melt about the incident and the ban. It’s unclear at this time whether Twitch has banned Melt due to the incident, but it seems likely that it violates the game’s rules Streaming Site Community Guidelines Which prohibits “dangerous” or “distracted” driving while using a phone while streaming.

On Twitter, about 10 minutes after being blocked, Melt chirp: “Mmm, I love you, we will come back from this!! Minor setback for a big comeback!! “God is good”


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