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"Please protect each other" - Valkyrae claims deepfakes of community members were created because they supported her

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On March 19, 2023, YouTube Gaming sensation Rachell "Valkyrae" took to Twitter to claim that deepfakes of community members were created because they provided her with their support.

The streamer urged people to report the social media accounts of those who shared the materials, and added that minors must be protected in situations like this.Valkyrae's most recent tweet read:Valkyrae addressed the deepfake situation during a livestream earlier today.

She recalled seeing some of her Twitter followers being harassed by random people who were creating deepfakes of them. The content creator mentioned reporting those social media accounts and stated:Valkryae called for action from her viewers and urged them to report accounts that attacked or harassed anyone:The co-owner of 100 Thieves claimed that the situation was a "consequence of being on the internet." She added:She continued further by saying:Valkyrae concluded her address by telling the online community to protect one another:Valkyrae's tweet about the deepfake situation went viral, garnering over 16k likes and 200 replies.

Some of the most pertinent reactions were along these lines:This is not the first time a streamer has had to address a controversy involving deepfakes.

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