YouTube joined other social media platforms like Twitter and TikTok by banning streamer Sneako for violating community guidelines. The streamer had 1.2 million subscribers before the channel was removed. 24-year-old Niko Kenne De Balinthazy, also known as Sneako, was banned from YouTube for consistently violating community guidelines. Recently, the streamer has become infamous for his controversial remarks on topics such as his friendship with Andrew Tate and mental health. Sneako confirmed his ban on his platform by posting an email he received from YouTube on his Instagram to 381,000 followers.
The email states, ‘Your content has been reviewed and has been tracked for serious or repeated violations of our Community Guidelines. We have removed your channel from YouTube accordingly. At the end of the email, YouTube said, ‘If you believe we made the wrong call, you can appeal this decision. Nevertheless, it is unknown whether Sneako plans to appeal the decision. This post has now been deleted. Youtube said Sneako’s ban was simply to violate community guidelines, but didn’t say more specific words. Back in August, fellow streamer JiDion called Sneako after making controversial remarks about mental health issues.
Controversial streamer Sneako banned from YouTube for violating community guidelines
Controversial YouTube streamer Sneako was banned from YouTube after both accounts were reportedly shut down. YouTube said Sneako violated the platform rules “extremely” or “repeatedly”. Sneako is related to Andrew Tate, another controversial YouTuber who was recently banned from the site. Andrew Tate and Sneako stayed late in Romania for the reported collaboration. Some of their followers believe that Sneako was banned because of her relationship with Andrew Tate.
Nevertheless, YouTube did not list this as a specific description. Sneako posted an email to her Instagram account from YouTube about the ban. The 24-year-old has primarily dedicated his YouTube channel to discussing men’s ways of life and providing motivational guidance. He will also post controversial videos about genetic conspiracy theories and more. Sneako has reported that he will now be appearing on the streaming service Twitch.
Why was he banned from YouTube?
Youtube said Sneako’s ban was a violation of community guidelines, but didn’t go further. Last August, fellow streamer JiDion called Sneako, who made controversial remarks about mental health issues. Posted on Destiny’s YouTube channel, the video contains various streamers who are asked questions while playing the game. One of Sneako’s questions was about his views on sharing mental health issues on YouTube. Here are Sneako’s thoughts on this issue.
‘ It seems like you’ve seen a lot of people talking about mental health, crying, and feeling depressed. I think we can express our crying through video and talk about mental health problems. Twitter made me miserable. I thought I was going to take a mental health break from twittering too much. Besides, all the liberals are saying, ‘Oh my God, I’m feeling a lot better. Oh, I’m so glad you opened it. I am miserable too. I am miserable too. My therapist told me he knew this.’ And all it does is think thoroughly that it’s gaining your mental health. But all it does is encourage it more and more. It provides the same dopamine that others approve of your mental health problems.
When asked for information about a specific YouTuber, Sniko replies G-Dion’s words at that point, saying, ‘Brother, you can’t change like that, bro! It was terrible. It was terrible!’ Comments have been turned off for that video. It’s confusing whether Sneako will return to YouTube or will assume it again if she wants to. Currently, Sneako will continue to stream on Twitch and post to her Instagram account.