Twitch streamer trolled by endless ‘Rick Roll’ gift to her PO BOX

A Twitch Partner by the name of “PotasticP” was trolled by a fan after receiving a greeting card from her inbox, who didn’t want to put her off.

As YouTubers gain popularity on Twitch, their fans may want to send gifts to support the streamer – so open an inbox and share the address.

Gifts can be healthy, but sometimes viewers decide to “troll” their favorite creators with anything they can think of.

Such is the case with PotasticP as during a recent Twitch stream she was trolled by a gift from a fan which made her stop it.

PotasticP will never give up on you

On June 21, PotasticP was opening gifts on stream when she accidentally cut off the top of a greeting card sent by a fan. Opening the gift wider, she jumped up in horror as the card began to sing the infamous Rickroll, “Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down…”

The card sat dejectedly and kept singing the Rick Astley hit, so she tossed it aside while she tended to the wrapping.

“Shut up, no! shhh Enough! Enough! How does this thing turn off? … omg, we’re screwed. We’re screwed. How do you get it to stop?? I’m actually dead,” she exclaimed.

After Potastic failed to get it to stop, Potastic slipped the card under another person’s door in her house… but it was (understandably) quickly returned to her.

To make matters worse, she tried slicing open the card and accessing the speaker… only to find the inside was covered in glitter. We can safely say that she will never give up this memory anytime soon.

But it could have been a lot worse.

https://www.dexerto.com/twitch/twitch-streamer-trolled-by-endless-rick-roll-gift-to-her-po-box-1854117/ Twitch streamer trolled by endless ‘Rick Roll’ gift to her PO BOX

Emma James

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