my little baby boys :(
^Wall of information below!!!!^
•((For video information: after her jump at around 2:30 and the thud of her body, it is nothing but eerie city silence for the next five and a half minutes.))
•|The Background to Rorochan_1999:|
Rorochan was a 14-year-old girl from Ōmihachiman, Japan, who frequently streamed on different platforms (specifically Japanese platforms Niconico FC2) while performing dangerous stunts. She was known for seeking attention, and often used rather suggestive titles to her streams that would attract a more malicious audience (example is one of her streams named, “Erotic Menhera Virgin, 3rd year of junior high school”. Menhera is basically Asian slang for individuals, particularly girls, who struggle with mental health issues). She posted many tweets on her Twitter saying things along the lines of, “I'm sorry for everything”, however no one really knows if she was neglected or a victim of cyber bullying. On some platforms, she even used the character Minky Momo as her profile picture, an anime girl known for being hit and killed by a truck.
•Rorochan seemed to try and hide her appearance when online, however she accidentally exposed her face here and there which made her apologize frantically and asked her watchers to forget what they had seen. It fed into her social anxiety, most of her videos having her wearing a bag over her head whilst singing and playing piano. She started to gain attention when she started showing attention-seeking behavior and engaging in rather hazardous actions such as running through busy streets and standing on the edge of the 13th floor balcony of her apartment. Some of her watchers tried to convince her to stop, while others continued to push her further and to do more.
•|The Livestream of Rorochan_1999's Suicide:|
It hit a pothole when viewers urged her to harm herself in order to reach the fame status she wanted do dearly. It's speculated that the want for fame along with her loneliness, mental health issues, and the rather toxic fan base she attracted sealed her choice to take her life. On November 24th, 2013, Rorochan proceeded to make her way to the balcony of the 13th floor, streaming while doing so. Again, some tried to talk her down while others pushed her to jump. Rorochan decided to jump, her thud audible on the video hitting what sounds like a roof of a building below. She didn't die immediately, though she did succumb to her injuries in the hospital.
•|The Affect of Rorochan_1999:|
Upon her death, Rorochan's identity has stayed silent. There's a song written by Shinsei Kamattechan named, “Ruru's Suicide Show on a Livestream”, however it doesn't have a direct link to Rorochan and her suicide. There is many lyrics and scenes in the song that is connected to the young girl's death, however, which makes one believe they used her suicide to possibly prove a point. Translations of the song into English include lines such as "Jumping from the Chūō line," which alludes to the location where Rorochan was captured on video with her feet dangling and where three girls reportedly jumped on the day of her death. Another line in the song states, "There is no point in calling the FBI," which reflects the attempts by the Japanese authorities to suppress evidence, although the case eventually gained public attention. The lyrics also include references such as "The bluetooth of this city is destroying me completely" and "I'm a witch who talks to cats," which symbolize Rorochan's interaction with her fans and viewers, whom she perceived as contributing to her tragic fate.
•The song, as mentioned previously, resulted in the case of Rorochan gaining attention and people wanting more information.
•My only question is, if she hadn't attracted such a foul audience, would she still be alive? Or would she have ended up killing herself anyway? I'll provide the link to Shinsei Kamattechan‘s song to give more information.
This young man attempted suicide by decapitation with a chainsaw, and survived. It was successfully managed operatively.
Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Two 16yo Japanese highschool girls, one of them allegedly pregnant, have livestreamed their suicide on 12th of April 2023.
The suicide is said to be related to love affairs where the girls have failed to win the heart of their "senpai" who is a famous Japanese cosplay livestreamer.
Autopsy efforts are on the way to find out the father of the child which died with the 16yo young mother.
The girls (the first girl is 16, she has a Twitter account that is still up, where she posted her final goodbye)
The cosplay livestreamer (https://twitter.com/pyascal3640)
Apparently besides being a cosplay livestreamer he was also a host at a host bar, where he met the girl(s)
Following the suicides, he posted this on Twitter:
My girlfriend committed suicide.
She jumped off a rooftop holding hands with her friend.
She was a listener. We exchanged dm's everyday and I fell in love with her. After a while we started dating and getting to know each other better.
She was dying in her room until she found me on social media. She saw me on video, got inspired, and decided to live again. I was everything to her.
I had been making her feel insecure because I was a host in my activities.
We would sometimes argue, and every time we argued, I would see a side of her that I didn't like.
I told her that I would distance myself from her.
She called me the day before yesterday and said, "I will die if you are gone. I've already come to Tokyo to die. I decided to meet with her in person the next day and convince her that I really needed some time away.
She desperately denied it. I tried to convince her in tears that it was a busy time for her with her birthday festival coming up and that she had a lot of anxiety and it was mentally difficult for her. Gradually she calmed down and agreed. When we parted, she said, "I want to be with you.
She said, "I want to have sex with you.
When I learned that she had jumped, I called the police and told them that I wanted to turn myself in. Later, a detective came and told me that I was innocent.
I broke down in tears.
I broke down in tears. I felt really stupid for not being able to stop her from committing suicide right in front of me.
If only I had been able to give her a hug at that time, maybe she would still be alive.
I thought about dying too. However, I just cried and cried and cried again when I remembered her.
To be honest, I wish I could die soon and go to be with her. I don't think she will forgive me. Even so, I want to see her again and give her a hug.
Every time I think of her face, I want to die.
I don't know if I will be able to live, but I will carry this unforgivable sin on my shoulders, and I will spend the rest of my life atoning for the sins I think I have committed.
I am very sorry to the bereaved families, the people involved, and everyone who has supported me, for betraying your expectations.
THX to @kkdvivivi for the background info
We don't get a ton of traffic from Korea so this was surprising to see. I wouldn't mind changing that, though. Any of you retards fluent in Korean and feel like translating the site to Korean so we can offer multilingual UI support? Not sure I'll follow through with this but hit me up anyway, let's talk.
Anyway, use your browser's built in translator and have a look at the article if you're bored. Neat!
Alaa Bin Elkhamsani , An adult man on his 50s getting executed infornt of his family for murdering a 6yo girl, he liked killed that little girl because her name was against Shia
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Jared McLemore, Aged 33 year old
Washington – A US man died at a hospital after live streaming his suicide on social networking site Facebook, the media reported on Saturday.
According to witnesses, Jared McLemore, 33, a well-known musician in Memphis, ran into Murphy's bar early Saturday morning seconds after setting himself on fire in a parking lot across the street.
The live-stream shows McLemore dousing himself with kerosene. The frantic screams of witnesses can be heard in the background.
"This overwhelming smell of kerosene filled the room," Jim Duckworth, a witness was quoted as saying to wreg.com.
"It looked like a movie, like someone wearing a flame-retardant suit...There were some people who thought that it was a joke," Kimberly Koehler, another witness.
Koehler said McLemore's former girlfriend, against whom he has a history of domestic violence, was working just a feet away.
"It was almost like he waited for us to be over so that he would be the centre of attention. He wanted it to go down in some sick way and for everybody to see it," Koehler said.
Court records show McLemore was arrested in August 2016 after strangling his former girlfriend and threatening to kill her on two different occasions one day apart.
He was ordered to undergo mental evaluations and was sentenced to probation in April 2017 on domestic assault charges.
Another man was seriously burned trying to kick the lighter out of McLemore's hand, but he is expected to be okay, the police said.
On May 13, 2017, shortly after midnight, McLemore committed suicide by Self-immolation. He set himself on fire while streaming on Facebook Live.
He was sitting in the street of 1500 block of Madison Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee when he lit himself on fire then ran into a nearby bar, Murphy's Bar.
McLemore's ex-girlfriend was reportedly in the bar and witnesses say he shouted that she made him do it.
Another man, a songwriter named Paul Garner, was burned when attempting to aid McLemore. Both were transported to Regional One health center where McLemore died from severe burns.
Garner has stated that the Memphis Police Department is to blame for not stopping McLemore even though he had been reported as a danger multiple times.
No full, big size video, and heavy when play video.
Man Climbs Platform To Commit Suicide; Dies of Seizure Instead
R.I.P. to the man, and may his family and friends find peace.