❘ Posted: 2022-10-06T15:30:39
❘ Updated: 2022-10-06T15:30:57
Twitch streamer Sam Seum was stunned after her live stream was cut short by her family’s eviction from their home, and left an emotional message for her viewers following the eviction.
Seum, who has over 80,000 followers on the Amazon-owned platform, left her stream very abruptly on October 5, looking worried while talking to someone off-camera before simply saying “I have to go, sorry. “.
She immediately cut off her feed without providing any information on what was going on, but it was clearly cause for concern.
Shortly after, Seum took to Twitter to provide an update to her viewers and community, saying that “we have nowhere to go and I’m asking for any kind of help.
“There is no way for us to move in again, even if we pay what we owe… We are in contact with the VA to try to get transitional housing but yes… I just need of a home for my family.”
Seum then posted a series of videos, explaining the situation, saying she was “frozen and distraught” about the situation.
She said the sheriffs showed up and told them to ‘get their stuff and go’, despite not getting the 3-day notice they were told they would get. if this problem arises.
Seum hasn’t provided an update since, although she said she would still go to TwitchCon in San Diego the next day because the trip was paid for and she had paid for the activations she had to work there. ‘event.
It’s unclear what Seum will do after the event, but several people online have reached out to help, including reaching out to her husband, who is applying for IT jobs, so the tide could work well in their favor.