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The 21-year-old purveyor of 'weird' content (her words not mine) took to Twitter to criticise the ban, claiming it was unfair, given that the site promotes similar content from performers such as Cardi B.
The OnlyFans star had amassed 1.79 million subscribers on the platform prior to the ban, which she said came without warning.
Speaking to YouTuber Kavos on Twitter via direct message, she elaborated: "I think it's pretty s***ty because all the videos were kept up, just age restricted which I was cool with so I thought it would be fine for me to post them, they went from nothing to straight up ban."
She also shared a screenshot of the message she claims YouTube sent her, which reads: "We'd like to inform you that due to repeated or severe violations of our community guidelines your YouTube account has been suspended.
"Graphic sexual content that is meant to be sexually gratifying is not allowed on YouTube. We review educational, documentary, artistic and scientific content on a case by case basis.
"Limited exceptions are made for content with sufficient and appropriate context and where the purpose of posting is clear."
Delphine went on to say that the ban came into effect after she uploaded a video which she said was no more sexual than the 'WAP' music video.
She said: "I'm fine with YouTube removing that video though, it was super nsfw, but to remove my whole channel with no warning is extreme.
"I wasn't even going to post s*** like that anymore to YouTube so that's a bummer. Not even allowed to make a new YouTube account I already tried."
Delphine rose to fame on Instagram, where she had millions of followers, before eventually getting banned after 'violating nudity guidelines'.
LADbible has contacted YouTube for comment.
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