A phone call between Adin Ross and Kanye West involved some disturbing antisemitism claims the Twitch star.
Many Adin Ross viewers were looking forward to the streamer hosting Kanye West on his Twitch channel, curious of what the rapper would say this time.
After all, the rapper has a reputation for making controversial comments and walking out of interviews when he receives any kind of pushback.
Ross was hyped up about having him on his channel, but things quickly took a turn for the worse once he began the final preparations.
During a recent stream Ross revealed that he won’t be sitting down with Kanye, without giving any specific reason, other that he won’t ‘have his platform used to spread hate’.
A week later, on December 20, Ross appeared on Dj Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast and decided to reveal why the rapper didn’t end up joining him on Twitch.
The streamer said that while texting with Kanye he said something that possibly upset the rapper and made him think Ross ‘was an enemy’.
Ross didn’t reveal what he said to Kanye, only the rapper’s reaction, who allegedly said: ‘You Jews aren’t going to tell me what I can and can’t say.’
That was the last time that the two men spoke according to Ross, as he decided against trying to get the rapper in for a Twitch interview.
The streamer also denied claims that the stream was shut down by Twitch or ‘higher-ups’, insisting that his last interaction with Kanye was the actual reason.
When Ross first announced that he’d have Kanye on his Twitch channel, many of his fans were shocked by his decision to platform him.
The main cause for concern was Kanye’s antisemitic comments, as Ross was raised in a Jewish family.
However, the streamer is no stranger to interacting with controversial personalities, as he’s co-streamed with Andrew Tate in the past.
A few days ago, he even pranked Tate by wearing a bald cap and doing an impression of him (minus the sexist rhetoric) – something Tate seemed to find amusing.
Although Kanye won’t be joining Adin Ross on Twitch he still seems to have an open invitation from political streamer Hasanabi, who’s said in the past that he’d have him on his podcast ‘in a heartbeat’.
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