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Ericka Streets (b. 2nd July 1985; a.k.a. Ericka Fucking Streets, Cheesecakebitch, That Chick Who Sung Free and Kuboian Beauty) is a Kuboian television presenter and children’s entertainer. Known for presenting shows such as Kickstart, Get Back at 'Em, Pop and Don't Stop and Variety Pack, she is often considered a legend by her fans.

Early life

Streets was born on 2nd July 1985, and was raised near the Kuboian Borders. Streets’ parents seperated when she was four - she went to live with her mother, whilst her brother, Hugo, lived with their father.

Streets spent most of her time in school with no friends, and was hardly seen smiling as a child. She dropped out of school at the age of 13, with no qualifications.


In August 1998, when she was 13, Streets got a job as an Approach School assistant in Green Spot Approach Nursery. When talking about her time in the role in 2004, Streets explained ”I simply loved it. I would play with them, read them stories and sing with them. The kids loved me, the staff loved me. It was just amazing!” Streets remained in the role until her contact expired in June 2001. After Streets felt she was good with children, her mother sent her CV to MTV Networks Kuboia. In January 2002, Streets had an informal interview with Rodrick Miles, who allegedly told her that they weren’t looking for any employees at the moment, but agreed to get back to her if they needed any. So when Nick On The Go was away to be recorded, Streets was chosen to be one of the presenters, alongside Dan Guseo.

In order to keep herself occupied throughout 2002, Streets decided to record her singing some songs she wrote and produced herself. She recorded two songs, called "Shining" and "We're Gonna" in early 2002. Streets spent a few weeks looking for a record label to release the songs on, but failed, so decided to self-release both songs on 9th August, 2002.

In 2002, Ericka and her younger cousin, Michelle, appeared on Get Your Own Back. The duo made it to the final, where Ericka was gunged. During the show, she showed interest in being a presenter herself. In January 2003, Streets was invited to an informal interview with Rodrick Miles, who believed she had the personality of a television presenter, and gave her a job in hosting the then-upcoming Pop and Don't Stop. During her career, Streets made a lot of friends and was popular among children.

During the filming of Pop and Don't Stop, Streets showed interest in becoming a singer. After getting signed to Polydor Records in January 2006, Streets started recording pop songs and even released a mainstream album. Despite this, her music career was often criticised for several reasons.

'Death' and Legacy

In September 2010, Streets was reported to be suffering critical depression. She had loss a lot of weight from undereating, had been arguing with virtually all of her family/friends, and had a nearly nonexistent sleeping pattern.

On 10th November 2010, Streets attempted to overdose on pills and kill herself, but she was unable to do so and ended up stealing a wax figure that looked like her from an art gallery. Streets squirted ketchup on the figure and poured pills around it, then walked to a mental hospital. Streets' ‘funeral’ was aired live on the news on the 16th that month. With 25 million views worldwide, it was the most watched Kuboian event that year.

In June 2011, a Kickstart Party was held, where a dance party and the chance to ‘mourn’ Streets was held. Later that year, a two-hour documentary based on Streets’ life, called Ericka, was aired on Vision One on 11th November 2011.

From 29th June to 5th July 2015, Archive dedicated its morning lineup to shows hosted by Streets, referring to the week as Ericka Week.

Personal life

Streets was diagnosed with autism when she was a child. Even as an adult, she was very impulsive, and found it difficult to understand sarcasm. Zoey Dawson revealed that Streets would often lash out at people when she was feeling sad.

Streets revealed in April 2010 that she temporarily had a crush on Dan Guseo in 2007, and an insane crush for Spy Fandel for two years, starting in 2008. Fandel was not aware of Streets’ crush for him until March earlier that year, where she kissed him live during an episode of Kickstart. Several cameramen reported that Streets was crying backstage after Fandel rejected a date from her. Streets said these were the only two men she ever truly had a crush on, meaning Streets never dated in her life. Streets moved in with Chloe in 2013.


Streets was a fan of Nintendo, and made occasional appearances at video game tournaments. Notably, she appeared at a casual Super Smash Bros. 64 tournament held in Jaillage on 24th June, 2006. Playing as Metal Mario (debug characters were allowed), she finished as the runner-up.

At the time of her faking her death, Streets owned a Nintendo 64, a Panasonic GCX, a PlayStation 2 (used exclusively for watching DVDs), and a Game Boy Advance. On her will, she requested that they were given to her brother. In 2013, Chloe bought her a new PS2, PS3, GameCube and Wii. These have been destroyed multiple times.


On 25th June 2018, Chloe exposed Streets on Sallygarazetba 1, stating that she was still alive. The clip got 22 million views within 24 hours of it being uploaded. In August 2018, Streets announced that she was permanently retiring from music and television.

Social media

Streets is active on Coffee Cup, going under the username "kuboianbeauty13" and having her real name not displayed.



Title Details Peak chart positions
"Pop and Don't Stop: The Album”
  • Released: 25th February 2004
  • Format: CD
6 31
"First Call for Global Success"
  • Released: 13th August 2006
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: CD, digital download
1 16 8 17 1 10 7 26 15
  • Released: 2nd October 2011
  • Label: Polydor
  • Format: CD, digital download
1 23 39 24 1 35 9 36 33
"Songs from the Mental Hospital"
  • Released: 2nd March 2018
  • Label: Binkini Records
  • Format: CD
  • Released: 2nd April 2018
  • Label: Binkini Records
  • Format: CD
"Jungle" (with Spy Fandel)
  • Released: 2nd May 2018
  • Label: Binkini Records
  • Format: CD


As lead artist

Please note that most of these are covers of actual songs.

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Pop and Don't Stop" 2003 34 46 1 Pop and Don't Stop: The Album
"Don't Stop Movin"
(featuring Kevin Prince and Spy Fandel)
2004 4 49 11 1 33 76
"Fame" 5 20 130 40 12 1 14 22
"MMMBop" 9 156 14 1 86
"Mornin' Come (Sun Don't Shine)" 2005 5 46 131 86 11 1 85 Non-album single
"Free" 2006 1 7 8 11 1 1 11 14 First Call for Global Success
"Down On It" 2007 1 10 21 16 1 1 19 24
"What Do You Know?"
(featuring ZD)
1 12 13 17 1 1 13 20
"Chasing Pavements" 2009 26 42 1 Legacy
"Unfaithful" 2010 1 19 36 2 1 41
"Legacy" 2011 1 16 19 18 1 1 22 39

As featured artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Love for London"
(as part of International Love)
2005 19 35 1 23 Non-album single
"Still Cheering"
(Discodisc and Roger Island featuring Ericka Streets)
2007 3 75 9 1 Wind It Up
Discovery Island
"Askin' Me"
(ZD featuring Ericka Streets)
1 13 142 2 1 50 Non-album single
"Rocket Ship"
(Roar featuring Ericka Streets)
2009 1 29 124 1 1 27 Rocket Power
"But My Heart Says Otherwise"
(Zara Dawson featuring Avril Lavigne, Ericka Streets and DJ Mala)
2 12 189 2 15 Mwahahahahahaha/Untold


  • Every single released by Ericka Streets topped the Kids Top 30 chart in Jetania, with the exception of Zara Dawson's song "But My Heart Says Otherwise" because it was not eligible to enter the charts and "Love Song" because it was not released there. She is the only artist to have this record.
  • Her only singles from
  • She was in some random girl group called CLICHE for all of about 5 seconds before she left due to having major taxes.
  • She grew wings in Ericka walking down the grand staircase.
  • She slaps Chloe every time Chloe compares something to Spy's dick and then farts.
  • She most likely owns a battle-axe.
  • Meghan Trainor is not her friend.