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Hololive Uruha Rushia "Fired"

American Kazuma

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https://www.reddit.com/r/Hololive/comments/t03p7x
Not fucking surprised at all, Cover (and companies in general) hate scandals so instead of dragging it out like they did with Coco they just got rid of her and made up some bullshit about her leaking shit. Fuck Cover the management is just as bad as all of Vshojo only difference is that the vtubers themselves are fine depending on who you watch.

I have unsubbed to all hololive channels but if i find alternate personas i will support them
 
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YakuInTheFlesh

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made up some bullshit about her leaking shit
After going through some threads I think that part is mostly true. Just how much / what she leaked could be relatively minor.
She generally seemed to use her work account instead of a private one to communicate with friends and such. Also she did leak quite some stuff to the Japanese equivalent of Keem in a stupid move to "defend herself".

Honestly seems like the whole thing could've been avoided, but instead of letting it fly under the radar after a few weeks Rushia decided it would be a great idea to shoot herself into foot with a shotgun.

I haven't seen much to back it up but her lover seems to be the bigger piece of shit here. I've seen mentions of him trying to take legal action against her since his female fans are also just as bad.

But in the end all parties are at fault. Cover for not keeping better tabs on their talent, Rushia for using her work accounts for private matters and her lover for kind of starting this in the first place.

But all that aside I think right now there is a far more pressing situation than this BS. It'll be done and forget in two weeks or earlier if the war starts.
 

American Kazuma

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After going through some threads I think that part is mostly true. Just how much / what she leaked could be relatively minor.
She generally seemed to use her work account instead of a private one to communicate with friends and such. Also she did leak quite some stuff to the Japanese equivalent of Keem in a stupid move to "defend herself".

Honestly seems like the whole thing could've been avoided, but instead of letting it fly under the radar after a few weeks Rushia decided it would be a great idea to shoot herself into foot with a shotgun.

I haven't seen much to back it up but her lover seems to be the bigger piece of shit here. I've seen mentions of him trying to take legal action against her since his female fans are also just as bad.

But in the end all parties are at fault. Cover for not keeping better tabs on their talent, Rushia for using her work accounts for private matters and her lover for kind of starting this in the first place.

But all that aside I think right now there is a far more pressing situation than this BS. It'll be done and forget in two weeks or earlier if the war starts.
I thought it had already started with Russia moving troops into Ukraine
 

YakuInTheFlesh

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I thought it had already started with Russia moving troops into Ukraine
Quite some threats have been made, but an actual declaration of war by any country has yet to happen but I'm quite sure many countries are on high alert and are preparing to move out the second such a declaration has been made as to not have a timely disadvantage.

I think any further intent for discussion should move to it's own thread I think and not stay here..
 
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Quite some threats have been made, but an actual declaration of war by any country has yet to happen but I'm quite sure many countries are on high alert and are preparing to move out the second such a declaration has been made as to not have a timely disadvantage.

I think any further intent for discussion should move to it's own thread I think and not stay here..
yeah where should it go though ?
 
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What? There's a war in Ukraine? Please tell me something new that hasn't been going on since the 90s.

Anyway, this Rushia thing has been hilarious. The constant freak out about it has been great. All she really had to do was take a break for a little bit and no one would have cared. Can't say much about her boyfriend, or whatever he is, because I don't follow him. There's most likely more to all this simply because of how Cover is reacting, but none of it really matters. She'll just pull a CoCo/KSon and try to go independent.
 

Lost Branch

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They're stifled to a certain extent, like with some of the stuff Haachama does is pretty crazy, so I kind of understand why they limit her. I also know a lot of what Cover does is because of the shit copyright laws in Japan.

I really don't think this whole thing was caused by Cover's rules as much as Rushia's manager told her to not do something, but she did it anyway. Why put out a statement saying you don't care about talents being in a relationship, but then fire the person in question for it? Makes no sense. Most likely it has to do with her speaking to that Japanese Keemstar dude. That's most likely the breach of contract they're talking about.

I also think Rushia wasn't as well liked in the company as we're lead to believe. If it was something minor, why out right fire her and wiped her channel like she never existed. Granted, this is mostly speculation, it's up to her if she wants to spill the beans. It just feels like there's more to this then simply talking to some dude on the internet.
 

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They're stifled to a certain extent, like with some of the stuff Haachama does is pretty crazy, so I kind of understand why they limit her. I also know a lot of what Cover does is because of the shit copyright laws in Japan.

I really don't think this whole thing was caused by Cover's rules as much as Rushia's manager told her to not do something, but she did it anyway. Why put out a statement saying you don't care about talents being in a relationship, but then fire the person in question for it? Makes no sense. Most likely it has to do with her speaking to that Japanese Keemstar dude. That's most likely the breach of contract they're talking about.

I also think Rushia wasn't as well liked in the company as we're lead to believe. If it was something minor, why out right fire her and wiped her channel like she never existed. Granted, this is mostly speculation, it's up to her if she wants to spill the beans. It just feels like there's more to this then simply talking to some dude on the internet.
I think the whole Hololive branch was afraid of a cascade effect after the whole Rushia has a boyfriend debacle. Don't forget that Hololive was selling this fake idea of the Girlfriend experience towards lonely Otaku or let alone more likely the hikkimori type of person. I think they are afraid that people will rethink their position when simping for these girls and in return bankrupt the company.

One of the major gripes I have with all the anti-fan rhetoric is that they seem to defend her in every way, but nobody seems to care for the lonely men that are being exploited through her giving the impression that she is only there for the fans she has while being rammed like a train from behind by MafuMafu.

These Hololive girls don't know how lucky they are for having such a job, seeing as most Japanese girls tend to go into the JAV industry after they failed to cope with even a normal job in that society.
 

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I definitely don't agree with the GFE shit, that shit predatory as fuck.

One thing that I would like to point out is that it's pretty well know that a bunch of their talent is married or already has kids, so for those specific members I feel that it's definitely people deluding themselves. Which is kind of the reason I feel the whole "don't talk about their real identity" thing is more damaging because it allows people to think they're "pure pure innocent virgin waiting for little otaku-kun" crap.

This is why I like Haachama, she'll straight up laugh in people's faces if they send her shit like that. I noticed the more gremlin or autistic talents don't ever do that GFE stuff, so I find them more favorable.
 

Jahy

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I think Japan got confused on names again, as with アストリア ("Austria") versus アストラリア ("Australia"), and heard the order to impose sanctions against "Russia" as "Rushia". :hibiki-pain:

Fuck Cover the management is just as bad as all of Vshojo
Okay, I can understand being angry over this happening, but let's not say something so fucking retarded. Cover is a legitimately successful business who knows (with an extremely high percentage success rate) how to hire, manage, and promote virtual talent without them being drama whores.

Cover is certainly not, however, without its grevious flaws (see the Taiwan incident, Haachama's censorship, their inability to properly protect Coco from harrassment, potentially their handling of the Rushia situation, etc.) yet to put them on the same tier as a CoomGrifters, Inc., who allow their talent to basically say whatever the fuck they want, out of character, regardless of how fucking stupid, and were very recently responsible for the Nux drama where neither Cover nor its talents have ever done anything that outrageously incompetent, is frankly ridiculous.

She generally seemed to use her work account instead of a private one to communicate with friends and such.
This was an egregious error on her behalf, and while I don't think she should be terminated just for that alone, and it can very lead to actual, legitimate errors which would be in violation of her contract, such as is what appears to have happened regarding her communications with the Japanese Gnome. You shouldn't have to be a high ranking figure in a corporation to realize that keeping your public and private life separate is something you should do.

Also, don't use Discord.

All she really had to do was take a break for a little bit and no one would have cared.
This is what I don't understand. It's literally all she had to do: take a break. Both she and Cover at least made it appear that was what was going to happen until this point.

I wouldn't say "no one would have cared", though. Many people, at least her "true and honest" fans, cared, way more than I originally assumed they would. For those who would have stuck around after she returned, it's not something they were going to forget so easily. Regardless of whether or not you agree with what she did, she not only impacted people with her actions, but she impacted her business. Rushia could have survived this ordeal, but it'd have taken some time for her to recover both in terms of images and finances.

I really don't think this whole thing was caused by Cover's rules as much as Rushia's manager told her to not do something, but she did it anyway.
Yes, this is more what I'm feeling as well. I do not buy the rrat that this is just as simple as the boyfriend thing, as that leads to a certain tier of cynicism I think is ill-fitting for the situation. Rushia kept pushing buttons and at some point you just can't push anymore, particularly with corporate culture as stringent as it is in Japan. I honestly felt she forgot that her being Uruha Rushia isn't just her being an online personality but also her career, which carries with it responsibilities, expectations, and regulations you can't just discard on a whim or by negligence without facing the consequences.

Don't forget that Hololive was selling this fake idea of the Girlfriend experience towards lonely Otaku or let alone more likely the hikkimori type of person. I think they are afraid that people will rethink their position when simping for these girls and in return bankrupt the company.
This is not entirely true, but I see what you're saying. I would assert most of the holo talents do not make use of GFE as much as you'd think. There are, however, holos that make almost their entire performance based on GFE, and Rushia was by far the main driver for that. I suppose now you'd place Nene in that spot, but even still she's far more goofy about it than Rushia.

Anyway, my point is that it's incredibly cynical to consider that Cover would do this to preserve their GFE formula when most of the time that's not why most people watch the holos. It's certainly an accent for some, if not most, but nowhere near the main cause for their income, which is more the personality, presentation, and interactivity of the girls than anything. In some cases, it may also be their genuine talent as well, like with Suisei.

One of the major gripes I have with all the anti-fan rhetoric is that they seem to defend her in every way, but nobody seems to care for the lonely men that are being exploited through her giving the impression that she is only there for the fans she has while being rammed like a train from behind by MafuMafu.
This is my exact perspective. Others will be much more brutal towards those victimized. Most people don't seem to bother to sit down and think about why what she's doing might actually be wrong particularly considering the game she herself was playing, because again, GFE, at least to the degree you'd expect from her, is not required of you.

I already had this argument with someone who initially thought Rushia's actions weren't that bad, and I played a bit of devil's advocate by unpacking the situation. Regardless of whether or not you like GFE, there are people who do. These people are lonely, and the GFE helps bandage the wound for those people.

It is, in my view, unreasonable to expect Rushia doesn't have a partner in real life, but it's not unreasonable to expect her to keep that wrapped and separate if she's going to play pretend as your girlfriend. The fantasy is more or less invalidated at that point unless you're a cuck (in which case, seek help), so it all falls apart on both a (para)social and financial level. Both parties actually lose out here.

There are some who will take the more "who gives a shit, fuck 'em for being weak" approach, and I really can't be fucked to try and argue with people who are going to default to being a cock about it. I fundamentally don't think it's right to exploit, abuse, or take advantage of the weak or innocent which is what Rushia was doing if she didn't give a shit about her fans yet would offer hardcore GFE regardless.

These Hololive girls don't know how lucky they are for having such a job, seeing as most Japanese girls tend to go into the JAV industry after they failed to cope with even a normal job in that society.
I'm more than sure many of them do, particularly considering hololive has often been considered Yagoo's Home for Broken Girls given the many different and various origins, traits, and quirks of the holos. Let's not exaggerate and extrapolate every other talent's behaviors based off personal interpretations of one.


The bottom line for my perspective based on what I know is as follows: Cover did not fire her purely because of the "boyfriend" incident. It may have been a factor, but Rushia fucked up handling this whole thing and seemingly broke terms of her contract. Subsequent interactions with her just make her look all the more guilty. She did not pull back, lick her wounds, and come back later when things would have simmered down at least somewhat and attempt to rebuild her brand. This is mostly on her.

I will say, though, this fucking sucks. hololive 3rd Gen by a long shot is my favorite, preferred, and most enjoyed generation on the JP side of things, and while I do not consider myself a gachikoi of Rushia's, she was cute, funny, and really meshed well with the others. There's plenty of content she's made or been involved in where I found myself laughing and engaged with her. She is extremely popular for a reason, and she has always been a treasured part of her generation. Going forward, there's going to be a considerable gap she leaves that I'm not sure will scab over completely for a long, long time.

After thinking on it some more, I don't believe that Rushia was acting maliciously at any point here, nor do I think she loathed, hated, or used her fans, despite whatever relationship she might have with MafuMafu. My interpretation is that she fucked up, panicked considerably, and subsequently made a series of mistakes, many of them grave, for which now she must held accountable. I am not sure whether she thought she knew best or truly didn't have many friends at hololive, either in terms of management or talent, to help correct her path, but what ended up happening and the end result of it are all unfortunate.

This whole situation could have been avoided. :gura-pain:
 
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YakuInTheFlesh

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You shouldn't have to be a high ranking figure in a corporation to realize that keeping your public and private life separate is something you should do.
Many people really don't realize this. They think they can be the same person everywhere, but fail to notice that it could very well change peoples perception of you. I as an example have coworker that brag about how often they are getting shitfaced, the borderline criminal stuff they do and how fond they are of things like drugs during meetings (best one so far was a guy talking about he evades his taxes and then asking the CEO how he could pull it of once he gets a passport for our country). But that is very localized, but for whatever reason people want to extend this online for everybody to see.

Rushia had to be a special case though. I can't imagine other Holos to pull something like that off, or at the very least are right now frantically cleaning their shit up since I think Cover might start an audit very soon.

Also, don't use Discord.
This. Horrible, overhyped platform. I really don't get why even some businesses are trying to use it (yeah MS Teams sucks, but there are better things out there) or Forums are replacing themselves with it (really annoyed with this personally).


I really wonder how the next few weeks will look. I'm not too worried about most members. The most high risk ones right now seem to be Mori & Haachama. Granted I'm not too up-to-date on most of the members since I don't have the time to watch all of them but I don't think well see anything from Gen 6 or EN 2. Also most of the other members seem to have their act together. But who knows, maybe tomorrow the news drops that lets say Korone (one of the safest members imo) is selling Cocaine to others :hinata-acid:.

But on a bit brighter news ORCA seems to handle it well, was never hateful about it and doesn't seem to be in the possession of a noose.
 

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I'm more than sure many of them do, particularly considering hololive has often been considered Yagoo's Home for Broken Girls given the many different and various origins, traits, and quirks of the holos. Let's not exaggerate and extrapolate every other talent's behaviors based off personal interpretations of one.
I think the main difference is that these girls aren't all that much the exception to the rule. Seeing as Japan seems to be full of them.

My main worry is that all these Vtuber or in general streamer are profiting of some very lonely people and especially lonely men in Japan that most likely have a lot of mental disorders that now seem to think that simping will give them this false sense of belonging while the moment they log off and have to face the real world they might be even more confronted with the fact of how empty their lives really are.

Simping doesn't really resolve these people's sense of belonging. It's a problem in general that would lead some people in to debt or suicide.


These kinda situations always give me the sense of, people that do have the looks to make something of themselves always end up being broken by their own means, while people that have no choice and have been dealt a bad hand in life from the start try to make the most of it but will never be on an equal playing field are left in the dark. It's not like the real person that is Rushia wouldn't stand a chance in life.


I personally only follow Miko, Korone, Subaru from time to time, but I sometimes do think what's the point of it all? In general, Hololive is just a puppet show, seeing as no person truly acts like that in real life.
 

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I think the main difference is that these girls aren't all that much the exception to the rule. Seeing as Japan seems to be full of them.
I think it's fair to say that the majority of people in the world, particularly those online for most of their waking hours (myself included, not pretending otherwise), are fucked up in some way. Few are truly what one could consider well-adjusted and well-rounded, and most of those are just normalfaggots. One can decide for themselves if that's preferable, I guess.

These girls are, however, different because they are broadcasting themselves to millions of people. People act differently when they have eyes on them, and not all of them can andle the stress and expectations associated with that. They're also, in many ways, allowed to interface with these people, which further affects how they go about things. This is why I particularly emphasize Yagoo giving these girls a chance, and I don't think these girls aren't appreciative of the opportunity to explore their passions and engage with others in the way they do either.

My main worry is that all these Vtuber or in general streamer are profiting of some very lonely people and especially lonely men in Japan that most likely have a lot of mental disorders that now seem to think that simping will give them this false sense of belonging while the moment they log off and have to face the real world they might be even more confronted with the fact of how empty their lives really are.
They are profiting off lonely people. What really matters is whether or not they are doing it with the intent to be malicious. As I mentioned in my post, I don't think Rushia is maliciously capitalizing on parts of her audience's loneliness. I think, as with most if not all of the rest of the holos, she benefits much from the dynamic herself (more on this in a bit).

And honestly, there does exist an exchange for and time or money spent here. It's a cynical way of thinking of it, but if hololive wasn't profitable, they would not exist. It's further incentive (consider it a commission if you will) for the talent to keep going and keep making content. You can have the arguments if they really deserve that much money or if it's even right to take the money all you want, that's not really relevant, but these people aren't getting nothing out of it.

People also seem to often forget that a parasocial relationship can go both ways, even if the balance of power is sharply in favor of one side. I don't think anyone can legitimately look at Watame, see how much she streams, how much of her content is just zatsudan, and think she's not getting just as much if not more out of the exchange there. I would say the same is true for Matsuri, Fubuki, or even Marine.

I do not believe parasocial relationships are inherently bad, but this could make for the topic of discussion for another thread, going further escapes the scope of Rushia in particular.

Simping doesn't really resolve these people's sense of belonging. It's a problem in general that would lead some people in to debt or suicide.
Conversely, I don't think forcing yourself to live in constant despair or agony with little to no true interaction with others is good for you either. A balance is ideal, sure, however I think it's far more therapeutic to get yourself to a functional state first and then become cognizant of your issues and determine a plan on how to fix things. None of this is easy, but it's a lot harder when you've got nothing to look forward to, and that something could realistically be your oshi's next stream.

Just to be clear, I'm speaking more in terms of these people growing attachments to these characters, not necessarily the monetary exchange bit. That's a touchy subject I think is too complex to go into here as a mere addendum.

These kinda situations always give me the sense of, people that do have the looks to make something of themselves always end up being broken by their own means, while people that have no choice and have been dealt a bad hand in life from the start try to make the most of it but will never be on an equal playing field are left in the dark. It's not like the real person that is Rushia wouldn't stand a chance in life.
It's completely baseless conjecture to think she or any of the talents "wouldn't stand a chance in life" because they have the opportunity to be successful in v-tubing, particularly since many of them have already or do so in addition to streaming. I don't understand where people get this idea. Having personal issues does not mean you cannot be make something of yourself, and I don't see any reason to believe Rushia couldn't just start up doing what she's doing as an independent despite that. It worked for Aloe, at least somewhat.

I personally only follow Miko, Korone, Subaru from time to time, but I sometimes do think what's the point of it all? In general, Hololive is just a puppet show, seeing as no person truly acts like that in real life.
Why does there need to be a point? Are you insinuating that entertainment, at least that with a fictional basis, is without merit because it's not real? If that is your perspective, then it is regretful you see the world in such a colorless way. Exploring fantasy affords people imaginative ways to explore different ideas and concepts, many of which may not be possible in real life, while also serving as (often welcome) escapes from reality. To me, even if one assumed everything these girls do and say is merely performative, that's the aforementioned is a sufficient enough "point".

However, saying everything is merely a "puppet show" isn't even correct. The appeal to v-tubing has always been its fundamental marriage between real-time streaming personalities and anime characters. There is inherently a degree to which fiction and non-fiction are blurred. Now, you can say this isn't for you, but let's not mischaracterize it as completely illegitimate.

From those you personally follow, I can as someone who also keeps up with them say that Miko and Korone each provide a great deal of realness at times. Subaru, even, is among the most of how she is in person than the others. This in particular is even something different people have claimed as a pro and a con. Sure, their voices for the most part are greatly exaggerated, and unless I've missed the scientific breakthrough that shows it is indeed possible to make animal girl hybrids, but it's not as if their performances are mere puppetry.

These are real people behind these fictional characters. They put on a performance during their shows but also take time for breaks to which you as the audience are made privy. To me, it's quite a fascinating medium, as the bits which are fictional enhance the times they are real and vice versa.

It is also true that certain characters are far more "real" than others, particularly when considering western v-tubers, but honestly, I've never understood the obsession with legitimacy when it comes to media. If you want complete, total, unaffected realness, then go outside.
 
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Many people really don't realize this. They think they can be the same person everywhere, but fail to notice that it could very well change peoples perception of you. I as an example have coworker that brag about how often they are getting shitfaced, the borderline criminal stuff they do and how fond they are of things like drugs during meetings (best one so far was a guy talking about he evades his taxes and then asking the CEO how he could pull it of once he gets a passport for our country). But that is very localized, but for whatever reason people want to extend this online for everybody to see.

Rushia had to be a special case though. I can't imagine other Holos to pull something like that off, or at the very least are right now frantically cleaning their shit up since I think Cover might start an audit very soon.


This. Horrible, overhyped platform. I really don't get why even some businesses are trying to use it (yeah MS Teams sucks, but there are better things out there) or Forums are replacing themselves with it (really annoyed with this personally).


I really wonder how the next few weeks will look. I'm not too worried about most members. The most high risk ones right now seem to be Mori & Haachama. Granted I'm not too up-to-date on most of the members since I don't have the time to watch all of them but I don't think well see anything from Gen 6 or EN 2. Also most of the other members seem to have their act together. But who knows, maybe tomorrow the news drops that lets say Korone (one of the safest members imo) is selling Cocaine to others :hinata-acid:.

But on a bit brighter news ORCA seems to handle it well, was never hateful about it and doesn't seem to be in the possession of a noose.
Not sure how to seperate stuff (never could LOL) so i'll just do bullet points instead

1. I wouldn't be suprised if cover does a audit and we lose whole gens at a time, there is something fishy going on in cover management the rushia situation just brought attention to it.

2. Discord is ok for certain things but for other things (playing text games, writing essays etc) it's fucking terrible who thought a word limit would be a good idea ? and don't get me started on the scam that is discord nitro and the absolutely horrible TOS but one positive thing about discord is that without a invite you can't join a server (the main reason I started using discord since anything public facing like a forum i would get banned for my views shit i expect to get banned from discord one day for all the shit i say in my server but apparently if you aren't reported nothing happens so i keep my server locked from whiny twitter retards)

3. Yep I even said Mori would most likely be the next one to go in the hololive subreddit (of course the sheep harassed me but oh well that's the normal for me) but haachama didn't come to mind (fubuki did instead mainly because of her saying she would leave if cover ever became a black company) but now that i think about yeah she's just a scandal away from being out right fired like rushia or just harassed by cover management to leave "of her own accord" like coco was (no i don't believe cover's story that they and coco parted on good terms)

4. No cover would just say that stealing yubis isn't allowed anymore LOL

5. Not sure what or who ORCA is it a reference to something i missed ?

6. (This point is directed towards Jahy) Cover hasn't done something that incompetent ? i'm 100% sure they have but unlike American companies that only care about their reputation in the eyes of certain people, Japanese companies like to hide as much as they can. The talents you do have a point on but it seems like all of them are good people even if alot of them are degenerates so i don't see them stabbing anyone in the back any time soon.

As I usually don't write this much I'm gonna take a break to rest my hands but i'll still be lurking
 

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Not sure how to seperate stuff (never could LOL) so i'll just do bullet points instead
Just select the text with your mouse and a "reply" button should appear which then only adds the selected text as a quote.
Not sure what or who ORCA is it a reference to something i missed ?
ORCA is a guy the spent iirc around $34K on Rushia and was one of the top 3 guys amount wise who invested in her
 
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I have to agree that a lot of these women possibly have some kind of disorder if not outright disability. A few haachama streams will easily show that, along with a bunch of other instances of extremely awkward and bizarre behavior with many other talents. Hell, plenty of them can easily hyper focus on simple things for over 6 hours (power washing simulator anyone?).

As for realness, a lot of them have dropped the character act a while ago. It's not all of them of course, because fuckin' hell there are a lot of hololive members, but a decent chunk barely even try to keep the character act up. Even the english side of things, I don't think any of them still do the act out of anything more than just contract shit. Calli doesn't even try, she'll humor the reaper thing every now and then, but that's it. Gura and Ina, they quickly dropped that act just by talking about how they live. They're both complete gremlins and that behavior is actually spreading to the newer talents.

You can say it's all an act with all of them, but I find it hard to believe they're still doing a bit 8 hours into jump king stream or some other mind numbing game. I had Baelz in the background playing jump king the other day for nearly 7 hours, she broke character by hour 3.

Of course, none of this actually matters if someone just doesn't like vtubers, which is perfectly fine. Even talking shit about them is whatever, it's no skin off my nose.

I still can't make heads or tails of how Cover runs things though. Like Calli is taking a break to work on personal projects, a normal company would never allow something like that because it would eat into profits. Or with them standing by CoCo until she made the decision to leave and they do that whole send off for her. Then all this stuff with Rushia happens, and Cover is all "talents can date who they want, everyone shut up", but then she breaks contract and they're "Who's Rushia?" It's pretty crazy.
 

American Kazuma

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I still can't make heads or tails of how Cover runs things though. Like Calli is taking a break to work on personal projects, a normal company would never allow something like that because it would eat into profits. Or with them standing by CoCo until she made the decision to leave and they do that whole send off for her. Then all this stuff with Rushia happens, and Cover is all "talents can date who they want, everyone shut up", but then she breaks contract and they're "Who's Rushia?" It's pretty crazy.
I think cover is bipolar LOL (Thanks Yaku for telling me how to do this)
 

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I still can't make heads or tails of how Cover runs things though. Like Calli is taking a break to work on personal projects, a normal company would never allow something like that because it would eat into profits. Or with them standing by CoCo until she made the decision to leave and they do that whole send off for her. Then all this stuff with Rushia happens, and Cover is all "talents can date who they want, everyone shut up", but then she breaks contract and they're "Who's Rushia?" It's pretty crazy.
She did break NDA, for all we know it might be a blanket punishment extended to all employees with no exceptions. You can think of what you want about the other incidents but they're most likely not a breach of contract. Letting Calli take a break might simply be because they know that if Ayame gets dicked 5 weeks straight by her boyfriend, the value goes up. So when Calli comes back, stocks have risen as well.

Can't believe how dumb this broad is tho. Zero cybersec knowledge. Not using streamer mode, using her work discord in personal settings, sending company info to some dramatuber who'll instantly backstab them for a quick buck. Lmao.
 
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