Corpse Husband and Ironmouse lashed out at clickbait clip channels for clipping moments from their streams.
Popular VTuber Ironmouse and streamer Corpse Husband have accused some viewers of taking random clips from their streams out of context to gain views.
Such clips allow viewers to skip the entire broadcast of the creator’s stream and directly watch a memorable moment. In other words, these clips can prove to be a time-saver.
However, some viewers take these moments out of context. Further, they manipulate a streamer’s words to gain views. Such manipulated clips sometimes put creators in serious situations.
Now, Ironmouse and Corpse Husband have expressed their frustration over such situations. The creators said they “can’t say anything anymore” for fear of clickbait clip channels.
Ironmouse and Corpse Husband Hit Out At Clippers
On June 4, Corpse and Ironmouse were streaming together when the topic of clippers came up. They discussed clippers who take moments from their streams.
Ironmouse went on to say that she takes everything that Corpse says as a “serious fact.” Corpse joked that she was “talking like clipping channels.”
The two began to talk about their annoyance with “fast” clippers who create “weird stuff” from their content. Moreover, the duo revealed how clippers lift content from their social media pages, as per a Dexerto report.
As a result, Corpse and Ironmouse feel like they’re “not allowed to talk.” Corpse shared how clippers swiped his comments about his new single “life saver.”
These clippers manipulated his words as an “update” about his health. “I made a voice note that was up for maybe 30 minutes on my alt Twitter just talking about the song,” Corpse claimed.
“They named it on YouTube ‘Corpse updates about his health problems.’ It has a hospital in the background and they put a caption saying ‘it’s getting worse’ […] How is this allowed?”
Clips enable fans to get quick updates about their favorite streamer. However, it has left Ironmouse and Corpse Husband afraid to talk to avoid their comments being manipulated for views.