Things were good ... until the page starting promoting out-and-out (and in-and-out) porn. Between three and five minutes later, the internet was up in arms over this filthy, filthy carnival of flesh, and Twitch soon pulled down not only the offending channel, but also the entire page, replacing it with a repository of Ninja's old videos. Twitch's CEO also took to Twitter to apologize to Ninja directly, while Ninja later released a video apologizing to his fanbase for the "disgusting" display.
Not to be outdone, Twitch apologized (again) for our horrible human bodies, and vowed to investigate how this feed was allowed to broadcast for so long without being picked up by the site's content filter. That last one's especially weird, given how Twitch can't stop bringing the "sexual content" banhammer down on everyone from women wearing gym clothes to SpongeBob. As for Ninja and Mixer, things are going swimmingly, thank you for asking.