Streamer Sketch faces criticism for faking disability & autism, but is it true?


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Famous American YouTuber and streamer Sketch is facing a massive controversy over fans’ claims that he is faking disability and autism.

His fans and streamers are making a sensation on social media sites, bashing the YouTuber for his thoughtless behaviors on such a sensitive topic.

Some even claimed the act streamer Sketch played was wrong, as it disrespected the actual disabled people.

Further, as a renowned YouTuber and internet personality, he should not make fun of those people to gain popularity.

Online sources suggest there is nothing wrong with Streamer Sketch, neither mentally nor physically

This is not the first time people have thought there was something wrong with Streamer Sketch, as his behaviors are slightly different from those of normal people.

In many of his streaming videos and interviews, he appears to have verbal tics, which is common in people with Tourette syndrome. He also appears to be stimming, and his voice cadence and mannerisms change often.

However, a reddit user who confirmed working with real autistic people claims the behaviors of Streamer Sketch are just part of his acts, and there is nothing wrong with him.

He adds by saying, “I work with kids with actual disabilities, and seeing things that they struggle with done in the vein of entertainment comedy, whatever just sucks.”

Further, another well-known YouTuber, Bruce Ray Condones, famous by the name BruceDropEmOff, also talked about Sketch playing a character with autism or tics.

The 23-year-old YouTuber said he actually believed Sketch was an autistic kid, and he stated, “I didn’t know Sketch was playing the character.”

He shockingly asks how someone could pretend to have a disability for such a long time.

However, some people still believe he has some disability, if not autism, as they think no one can pretend to be ill for that long time.

Similalry, some of the fan’s conversations suggest he has Tourette syndrome, while others do not agree with the statement.

Further, in a recent interview on Bradley Martyn’s Raw Talk, Brad asks if he feels bad when people make fun of him for having difficulty reading, which indicates he has dyslexia.

On the other hand, TikTok’s posts and comments clearly confirm him having no condition as they stated, “Sketch is perfectly fine and has no known conditions.”

Additional Information

  • Streamer Sketch, whose real name is Kylie Cox, was born on April 29, 1998, in Massachusetts, USA.
  • He joined YouTube in late 2016 and has over 2000 videos and 4.98M subscribers.
  • Through his successful career as a gamer, streamer, and YouTuber, Sketch has accumulated a net worth of $3.02 million as of 2024.
Ruhi Tiwari
Ruhi Tiwari
Ruhi Tiwari, a passionate content writer with 2 years of experience, weaves captivating tales through her words. Beyond her profession, she immerses herself in the art of storytelling, channeling her creativity into compelling narratives.


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