JustaMinx apology song, Twitch streamer apologizes through a hilarious song about the aftermaths of the ban. Hoping that this will get Twitch to unban her ahead of schedule.
Minx was banned from Twitch on February 8 after she jokingly used the word “cracker” several times on stream. The Amazon-owned platform considers the word to be a “derogatory slur.”
However, the ban duration is just one week but it has not stopped her from appealing for a more quick revoke.
After the ban, the streamer has been more active on her YouTube channel posting videos, but her latest one has caught the eye of everyone. In the video, she sings an apology song believing that this would “serenade” Twitch to unban her.
“I want to send out an apology,” she said at the start of the video. “I want to show people that I’ve learned my lesson and where I stand and I feel like the best way to do that is through song.” She jumped right into it.
JustaMinx apology song for Twitch unban
The opening lyrics followed the AABB rhyme scheme. “I promise I won’t make more noise. You can run me and know this ain’t one of my little lies. See, I know what I said, and now my channel’s f**king dead!”
Following that she goes on a full freestyle: “Twitch, you’re my only source of income. You can run me. Yeah, I know what I did was dumb. I don’t know what to do. Twitch, I am promising you. I’m young!
“Listen here, Twitch! I don’t want to be that broke, so please give me one more chance. I promise I will make you richer. I’m going to cry and possibly die (that’s not a threat). But listen, my heart will be! Please Twitch, just set me free!”
At the time of writing, Twitch has not really said or publicly acknowledged this song, but her fans are pouring in their support constantly.
“Minx, this song has touched my and most probably everyone’s heart,” wrote one fan.
“Minx should release a full album with her singing,” wrote another.
However, this is not the first time when she has been banned from the platform, back in December 2020 she was banned for using the words “virgin, simp, and incel” on stream.