BabyRage emote meaning and origin

The BabyRage emote is a global Twitch emote that also happens to be one of the most popular emotes on the platform. It’s used when someone is throwing a childlike tantrum, whether it’s for real or jokingly.

BabyRage looks like a cropped baby’s face while the baby is crying.

What Does The BabyRage Emote Mean?

Chatters often use BabyRage when someone is throwing a tantrum. It could be a serious tantrum, where people use BabyRage because someone is being immature and raging. It could also be a fake tantrum where someone is just joking around and pretending to be angry.

How to Use the BabyRage Emote

As BabyRage is a Twitch native emote, that means you don’t have to do anything special for you to be able to use it! All you have to do is type BabyRage and you’ll see it, whether on desktop or mobile.

What is the Origin of BabyRage?

As BabyRage is one of the older Twitch emotes, there’s no clear info about its origin. All that is known is that it was first mentioned on Urban Dictionary back in 2009. Other than that, the only other association BabyRage has had is to Twitch streamer Arteezy, who is known for his whining and tantrums on stream.

When Should I use the BabyRage emote on Twitch?

You can use Babyrage in chat when someone is raging or is angry at the game or if someone in chat is acting like a baby.

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