Belle Delphine has revealed her YouTube channel has been reinstated after it was mistakenly terminated.
The star, who made her return to the platform earlier this year, admitted she ‘could cry’ as the channel was reinstated, complete with her 1.7 million subscribers.
She wrote on Twitter: ‘MY YOUTUBE IS BACK AAAAAAAH f*cccc im so happy i could cry :,) THANKYOU @TeamYouTube for listening to me !! Thankyou to everybody else who hugely helped as well.’
Team YouTube’s account responded, confirming the cause of the channel disappearing.
‘Glad you saw your account has been reinstated,’ the team wrote. ‘The termination was a mistake by the review team – we’re so sorry for the frustration this caused. We’ve sent you an email with more info.’
Belle previously questioned YouTube, claiming her channel had been terminated for ‘sexual content’, and referenced Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s song WAP.
‘hey @TeamYouTube why was my youtube account terminated with no warning/no strikes for ‘sexual content’ when you allow and promote songs like ‘W.A.P’? seems a lil sus,’ she asked.
Belle, 21, returned to the internet after seven months in June this year, causing quite the stir.
Her comeback video saw her strutting away to a bizarre rap, as she referenced the death rumours that surrounded her last year.
‘You were thinking I died? B***h, surprise/I still got the double thicc thighs, French fries,’ she declared.
Sharing the video to Twitter, she simply wrote: ‘I’m…b..back ???’
Clearly bombarded with questions about where she’d been, she later revealed she’d suffered some painful injuries.
Sharing a snap of herself (without her signature cosplay), with a leg in a cast, and another of her arm in a sling, she wrote: ‘Why was I gone for so long?
‘Well I wanted to come back earlier but I suppose jumping off a roof into a kids paddling pool wasn’t a good idea so I guess I had to stick with the rap video.’
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