Yoseline Hoffman, popularly known as YosStop, recently expressed her frustration on social media after her YouTube channel was shut down once again, along with the harm caused to other accounts that were not hers.
A few weeks after Yoseline Hoffman, better known as YosStop, launched the podcast “Por ella”, which had a female emphasis, YouTube closed her channel again, as the content creator reported.
It is worth mentioning that this is not the first time this has happened to the influencer, as in 2022, the platform also closed her account and that of her husband Gerardo González, who had a podcast, without prior notice.
Why was YosStop’s YouTube channel closed again?
The dynamic of her podcast was to discuss women’s experiences on certain issues with guests. In the last episode before her channel was shut down, she talked about her experience in a women’s prison and stated that judges do not know how to judge from a gender perspective.
It is worth mentioning that the influencer was held in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison after being accused of spreading the news of the gang rape suffered by 16-year-old Ainara Suárez in 2018 when four young people abused her and documented the incident. However, she was released after five months, after reaching a reparation agreement with the victim.
What did YosStop have to say about it?
Regarding the closure of her YouTube channel, YosStop said: “It’s very clear to me, and they don’t say it because they don’t give any explanation. They just hide behind the guidelines and conditions, but they don’t say anything about it.”
Furthermore, the influencer stated that it’s more of a personal issue: “As a person, I can’t say that ‘the YouTube entity’ has something against me. But what I find very serious is that they punish channels that aren’t even mine anymore.”
Other channels affected?
YosStop shared a video on her Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook stories, claiming that they took all her content and negatively affected other channels that are not hers:
“They already removed mine and took all my content. They didn’t want to give it back to me, and I have proof. They’ve already removed Gerardo’s channel, punished my mom’s, and even Ryan’s has been affected. I don’t understand what’s going on.”
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