Twitch streamer Leslie Fu AKA Fuslie, jokingly threatened to send a DMCA strike to the OfflineTV YouTube channel after it shared an old clip that purported to be of her singing.

Many young creators who have gone on to become platform veterans thanks to their iconic videos got their start on YouTube. However, some people today probably wish that embarrassing uploads from their early careers would never surface again.

Fuslie, a Twitch streamer, was the most recent victim whose past returned to haunt her when OTV discovered a video from her earlier days on YouTube after being ordered to by Valkyrae.

On August 15, Fuslie was perplexed as to why her chat was urging her to view the YouTube upload banger concert by Offline TV & Friends, lilypichu. Valkyrae then appeared in the video, giving her audience the go-ahead to harass and eliminate other streamers. Specifically, Fuslie and LilyPichu.

After the screen went black, footage of a young girl singing Sugar in the Morning appeared, with many of her fans claiming it was Fuslie. Fuslie screamed in horror as this happened.

She denied being the singer in the video, saying it was her friend from high school, and threatened the YouTube channel with a DMCA strike.

However, Fuslie’s followers have already enjoyed a number of performances from the 29-year-old. For instance, at LilyPichu’s Comfi Beats concert, she dazzled the audience with her rendition of Toxic.

The OfflineTV clan never misses an opportunity to make fun of one another. Fans can never get enough of it, whether it be through a game of Among Us or during their real-world travels.