Who is Holly Cannabis? Kaceytron and sister call Dream ‘misogynist’, Minecraft fans say ‘not one brain cell'

Kacey tweeted, 'Just trying to chill without being attacked by MC Stans who keep on being ageist, ableist, sexist and incredibly toxic towards me... they dont know the old me'


                            Who is Holly Cannabis? Kaceytron and sister call Dream ‘misogynist’, Minecraft fans say ‘not one brain cell'
Holly and Kacey Cannabis caught up with Dream online to clear her name off the racism controversy (Instagram)

Twitch streamer Kaceytron, aka Kacey, was in the news only a few days ago for allegedly using racial slurs. She's now making headlines again for targeting Minecraft gamer Dream during their latest discussion on Twitch live. As usual, Kacey has gathered a lot of steam over her conversation with Dream, which also involved the Minecraft haters' sister. 

While many used the opportunity to call out Kacey for attacking Dream in a chase to prove herself innocent following the controversy on her previous statements, a significant number of them are wondering what role did Kacey's sister, who goes by the Twitter handle Holly Cannabis, has in the discussion besides joining her sister to call Dream a "misogynist". 

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Who is Kacey's sister and why are Dream fans critical of her?

On March 22, Kacey decided to catch up with Dream, accompanied by her sister. The motto of the discussion reportedly was to clear her name off the racism controversy and explaining her actions. A few hours ago, she tweeted, "Just trying to chill without being attacked by MC Stans who keep on being ageist, ableist, sexist and incredibly toxic towards me ... they dont know the old me"



 

 

However, when the discussion began and Dream hopped on, the majority of the audience noted that the siblings were upfront attacking Dream, allegedly calling him a "misogynist" and poking fun at Minecraft fans. Many, who watched the live discussion, have slammed Kacey and her sister for "playing the victims" while being "disrespectful" towards Dream. 

One tweeted, "basically, kacey didn’t properly adress anything she said, and pushed it onto dream. her sister(?)blonde one kept asking dream to tweet/ say that hating on kasey is wrong, a gay guy in the call talked abt being hate crimed and how dream is queerbating, and they all played victim." Another added, "Not even a dream fan but thank you dream for speaking up against Kacey and her 3 misinformed friends. What she and her sister said on stream was disturbing, and they were speaking like they were somehow a part of a minority." One wrote, "guys, idk who that other girl is, apparently kacey's sister ig, but she has a negative braincell, she rlly cant get past the second account thing huh? my man's already explained it 10 times, move on." The same person has added "There's not one braincell in that kaceytron stream rn on f**kin god. both sides are like "yeah, this is a discussion, lets find a middle ground" and then dont listen to a single fuckin word from the other side's mouth."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

What does Kacey's sister do?

Cannabis's Twitter bio says she is a Twitch user, and "Minecraft stan educator". She has over 2500 followers. Meanwhile, her bio on Twitter reads, "Hey everyone, I'm just your typical little country girl from the south. I'm sweet as pie. My brain is fried". She has over 10.5 followers on the game streaming platform. 

While not much information is available about Cannabis, Kacey occasionally shares social posts with her sister. In 2019, she shared a picture with her sister on Instagram and simply wrote, "Me & my sister".

Although, many have argued that Kacey allegedly used racial slurs, some even accusing her of using the N-Word, the gamer continues to deny the allegations. She has over 560,000 followers on Twitch and over 82,000 followers on YouTube. It remains to be seen if the latest controversy would cost her fanbase. 

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