Streaming star Adin Ross was just hit with an indefinite Twitch ban for hateful conduct, but Ross is unclear on the incident that led to this latest suspension.
Adin Ross is one of Twitch’s top streamers and has built up a huge community on his channel.
Best known for streaming games like GTA and NBA 2K, ross has amassed a fanbase of over 4 million followers on the purple streaming platform – but he’s just copped a ban from the site for reasons as-yet unknown.
On April 20, it was revealed that Ross had received his fifth Twitch ban. At the time of writing, Ross is still unclear what incident led to his ban, leaving his fans asking one question: What happened?
Adin Ross speaks out on indefinite Twitch ban over hateful conduct
Ross has since spoken out on the situation, showing a screenshot of an email from Twitch informing him that the ban is indefinite.
Twitch claims that the streamer was suspended for “using hateful slurs, hate symbols, or hate group emblems without context or in a harmful manner.”
“I got banned on Twitch, indefinitely,” Ross said in a now-deleted tweet. “I am not sure what I said though? I’m not sure what I did? It occurred on stream or VOD? I don’t know man.”
While the instance that led to his ban is unknown, some viewers are tying this latest suspension to an incident that occurred during YourRAGE’s Twitch stream earlier this month, where many speculated that Ross used a homophobic slur over a call.
However, RAGE has denied that it was Ross on the call and claimed it was his “friend from high school.”
that was my friend from highschool not Adin Ross You FED.
— YourRAGE (@YourRAGEz) April 11, 2022
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