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Belle Delphine becomes gaming keyboard brand ambassador, leaves Twitter divided

Belle Delphine recently announced her line of products with Ghost Keyboards (image via Ghost Keyboards)
Belle Delphine recently announced her line of products with Ghost Keyboards (image via Ghost Keyboards)
Aryan Mehta
Modified 19 Feb 2021

Mary-Belle "Belle Delphine" Kirschner recently announced on Twitter that she has partnered with Ghost Keyboards and now has her own line of peripherals from the manufacturer.

The streamer and adult content creator joins PewDiePie and Chey ASMR's ranks as brand ambassadors for Ghost Keyboards. The premium range of peripherals ranges from $50 for the cheapest item to a whopping $330 for a complete set.

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Twitter reacts to Belle Delphine's latest brand deal.

Notorious for pushing boundaries and testing the waters with wild moves, Delphine's latest product line is no exception. Her "ahegao" face that garnered her a lot of attention has made its way to her branded mousepad that features an anime version of her doing the same face.

However, the keyboard and mouse are fairly straightforward and feature a pink and white esthetic that is consistent with Delphine's brand.

Fans had mixed reactions to the product, with most people memeing about the announcement.


While some fans were indifferent, quite a few found the product line to be cool and showed support for the content creator's announcement.


Delphine was recently the subject of controversy over her adult content that she released in January. Fans were upset with the images released by the streamer on her Twitter. Twitter users called for her cancelation, but Delphine stood her ground with the following statement:

"I am not apologising for anything, what I did wasn't wrong and much more normal than what people think. Staying true to myself and my beliefs is more important than following a tide of angry, angsty people on the internet."

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Published 19 Feb 2021, 19:34 IST
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