Rachell Valkyrae Hofstetter apologized to her YouTube community for using AAVE on-stream without realizing it, that one of her tools took it to her attention.
She apologized for her understanding of AAVE language and said that it’s its meaning and meaning that non-black people can’t say anything without thinking of such a thing.
She doesn’t say what she’s said, though one fan on Reddit claims she didn’t even say anything about a stack fr fr more often in VALORANT, which the viewer backed.
Valkyrae Apologizes To Her YouTube Community
I heard my friends saying the last time I said that phrase. I thought he was cute and it recollectiond. Unfortunately, these modifications really were brought to my attention. But I just wanted to explain that now that I know.
Screengrab on YouTube via Valkyrae via the site.
The mod who flagged it sent her a polite document explaining why they and others have an issue with it.
She heard their message loud and clear after reading it.
I just wanted to inform you that I am aware now and sorry if I offended anyone, said the YouTuber. I didn’t really intend to. But now I know it. I couldn’t get it.
Valkyrae isn’t the first streamer who was accused of using AAVE language. Imane Pokimane Anys, named after by a stream in August 2021, was punched in the act of using a stream title on Twitch and’sorry for truth’ for real? Its bussin here, which wasn’t very good to meet a lot of people. Pokimane apologized and explained that she didn’t realize they were AAVE terms.
I wanted to apologize if I overused the phrase AAVE in my Twitch today, she said. I didn’t know some of these terms were AAVE, but I could understand that in a mocking way.
Since both star streamers have been taught to the topic around their language, they will learn the difference between AAVE and AAVE.
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