On April 12, Adin Ross was accused of saying a homophobic slur while dropping in on YourRAGE’s stream.
YourRAGE insisted it wasn’t the case, claiming the person who said it was a “friend from high school” instead.
His response sparked a debate, with some asserting it’s clearly Adin Ross and others shrugging it off as someone else.
Regardless, the clip appears to have sparked a reaction from xQc.
xQc also responded to a Twitter user who claimed apology videos make people feel entitled, which promotes toxicity.
“Apologize for yourself if that’s what you believe in,” he said. “If you don’t want to apologize, then don’t pay the price.”