JustAMinx apologized for her behavior at The Streamer Awards and offered to cover the $50,000 USD cost of the afterparty.


JustAMinx Gets Called Out After Streamer Awards Afterparty Meltdown

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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QTCinderella revealed that JustAMinx’s drunken behavior got the afterparty of The Streamer Awards shut down.
Minx apologized and offered to cover the $50,000 USD and also said she had a seizure at the event when she was pushed over.
QTCinderella later posted a Discord screenshot, revealing that Minx has promised to stay sober at the event.

QTCinderella (aka Blaire) revealed in a recent stream with Maya Higa that the Streamer Awards afterparty got shut down by security after streamer JustAMinx (aka Rebecca) got inebriated to a point where it was dangerous to everyone. She added that she lost $50,000 USD due to the contract with the venue that mandated the shutting down of the party in case of disturbances. Maya and QTCinderella revealed that there were ambulances and a firetruck at the venue and that the neighborhood was watching it all unfold. 

JustAMinx has been active on Twitter via her alt account, talking about the incident and her health. In her latest tweet, she said, “I’m not sure what I can do to make this better. I'll pay for the party cost. I understand I've broken people’s trust and I understand why people want to attack me rn but please say what I can do to fix it rather than dog pile. I’m sorry.

JustAMinx also claimed that she had a seizure and that she will be traveling to her homecountry (Ireland) this week to meet her doctor.

JustAMinx had promised QTCinderella that she would stay sober

On 13th March, JustAMinx tweeted that she was still struggling to regain memory from the event and that it was “100 percent the worst seizure,” she had since she was 15. One Twitter user commented, “I hope you’re ok but you still did get drunk after you promised people you wouldn't and that couldn’t have helped.

Replying to this comment, JustAMinx said she assumed getting drunk at the afterparty would be fine while “clearly it was not,” which seemingly angered QTCinderella. QTCinderella later posted a screenshot of a private Discord conversation where JustAMinx had promised to stay sober at the event.

QTCinderella said, “You were drunk before the after party I almost had you thrown out of the show because you were yelling and making everyone uncomfortable. Completely. I’ve tried everything with you. Rehab. Everything. I hope this is your rock bottom. Get help.” Following this, JustAMinx offered to cover the cost of the afterparty.

Meanwhile, Twitch megastar Félix “xQc” Lengyel gave his two cents on the incident at The Streamer Awards afterparty. He initially said on stream, “People try to help, but they don’t actually help. I’m not throwing people under the bus, I don’t know what really happened, this is just my perspective on people around Minx over the years. People will be like ‘Stop drinking,’ but they’re not actually helping at all.” 

Later, xQc revealed that he tried to engage Minx in a conversation but she was completely unresponsive before emergency services got to the venue.

JustAMinx also addressed the criticism around her using her epilepsy as an excuse. She said, “I can guarantee that I had a seizure when I was pushed over. I slept all day yesterday when I got home from the hospital. It’s obviously not an excuse for ruining the party but I’m not lying about my epilepsy.” She posted photos of her in the hospital and appealed to people not to spread misinformation. 

According to Dexerto, QTCinderella, in a now-deleted reply to this tweet, said, “Minx, you did not have a seizure, I was there the entire time. Also, no one pushed you. You're just lying. This picture is from you getting liquids at the ER.

QTCinderella's tweet

QTCinderella's deleted tweet via Dexerto

JustAMinx later went live on Kick to say that she did have a seizure when she was pushed over and claimed that a doctor at Cedars-Sinai reportedly confirmed it. She also revealed that QTCinderella has blocked her and that she is waiting for the invoice for the afterparty. JustAMinx acknowledged that she should not have gotten drunk.

In her recent livestream titled "Recapping The Streamer Awards," QTCinderella said that she dealt with the Minx situation very publicly because it is the only thing she has not tried. She added, "I have tried everything. I mean, everything. I got together a group for an intervention, and then got the rehab, got family involved, I tried f**** everything. She [Minx] doesn't want the help."

QTCinderella said she's hoping that Minx realizes that she needs help now that everything is public.

Substance abuse is the misuse of alcohol, prescription or over-the-counter medications, and the use of illegal drugs. It is a self-destructive behavior that is currently against Twitch’s guidelines, which explicitly prohibits “dangerous consumption of alcohol or other substances that lead to being incapacitated.

JustAMinx has had issues with alcohol in the past. On 26th February, Minx was intoxicated and dropped an alcohol bottle on the ground and this clip was shared on Reddit. Following this, she was suspended from Twitch for seven days and a 90-day ban from promotional activities, barring a successful appeal. In 2022, Minx was also dropped from OpTic Gaming and was allegedly given 24 hours to get out of the OpTic House after her return from a “psych ward.

Last year in August, JustAMinx was allegedly kicked out of a “Frat Night” party attended by the likes of other streamers including QTCinderella and Maya Higa, after she jumped onto the beer pong table.

If you or a loved one has an addiction or is in need of some guidance, please use the following helplines: 

USA: Contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) at 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)

India: Call the National Toll-Free Helpline (1800-11-0031) to assist alcoholic and drug-dependent persons.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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