Kai Cenat unbanned on Twitch a week after showing “simulated sexual activity” on stream
Twitch star Kai Cenat has finally returned to the platform after being banned for seven days amid rumors claiming the streamer would make the switch to Kick.
Kai Cenat has officially been unbanned on Twitch as of Monday, April 24.
Kai’s ban lasted a total of seven days, with the streamer first being banned on April 17.
Although fans were confused as to what led to his ban, sources close to the streamer exclusively revealed to Dexerto that the streamer had been given the boot due to showing “simulated sexual activity” during a GTA RP session.
This ban followed Cenat’s hugely successful 30-day subathon, which took place in February of this year. Kai’s subathon broke records on Twitch, beating out both Ninja and Ludwig’s all-time subscriber records.
Despite Kai’s untimely Twitch ban, it doesn’t look as though the star is making the move to Kick just yet. Adin Ross has been relentless in attempting to convince Kai to join him on the platform after his most recent suspension, telling the streamer he’s “worth more than that.”
Kai’s ban also caught the attention of major music artist Nicki Minaj, who reacted to the situation in a live stream. “Let the boy rock,” she urged Twitch. “Like, stop. …alright. I’ma get cute, I’ma dress up nice and I’ma go on live with him and speak to him, if that’s cool with him.”
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Kai Cenat reacts to Twitch unban
Kai reacted to his unban in a post on his Instagram stories, sharing a screenshot of the StreamerBans Twitter account with a simple “…” as the caption.
It seems that Kai’s Twitch ban has shaken up the entire internet… and given his penchant for massive live streams, there’s no telling what the influencer has planned for his comeback.
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