Jschlatt, a YouTube phenomenon and streamer, is gaining popularity as the “What Did Schlatt Do” fad resurface. This comes after the Youtooz plush firm announced its alliance with the former. Since then, many people have used X to criticize the corporation and their relationship choices. On January 23, well-known plush producer Youtooz announced a Jschlatt giveaway on X.
They promised that if fans responded to their tweet with “WHAT DID SCHLATT DO,” they’d get a plush version of the streamer. They also stated that the winners would be announced on January 24 at 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
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Fans entering the giveaway might also win a “Cottagecore rammie” or a “Yassified & Fisherman rammie.” In an attempt to win the streamer’s plush toy, numerous people quickly filled the comment section with the aforementioned comments. The word was once common in the United States. Despite their desire to win the lottery, many people were unaware of the term’s ominous implications.
Furthermore, a netizen claimed that Youtooz was a “Israel-affirming corporation” that was unworthy of support. Youtooz is most known for selling plushes based on popular YouTubers, viral memes, and television shows. Their plush creations include Jschlatt, Pochita from Chainsaw Man, Toph from Avatar: The Last Airbender,
As of the time of writing, no information on the company’s purported support for Israel was available online. For those who are unaware, Jschlatt’s true name is Jonathan Schlatt. He is a Twitch streamer and YouTuber most known for his video game content. He has shared multiple livestreams on video-sharing platforms, in which he can be seen playing Wii games such as Skylines and Minecraft. By the time this article was written, his main channel had over four million subscribers.