Adin Ross is someone who has attracted plenty of controversy over the years. Overall, he is one of the most popular streamers in the world. However, many have felt like his content has taken a negative turn as of late. When he first burst onto the scene, he would do slot streams or he would just play 2K with the likes of Bronny James. Additionally, he would have rappers on, who would then drop impressive freestyles. Although, he now focuses on drama and will even tell other streamers to kill themselves on social media. Not to mention, he has made a plethora of other defamatory comments online.
These days, he can be found streaming on Kick, which is a lot looser with its terms of service. That said, it has been a long time since he has had an artist on his stream. Overall, Adin Ross has been a bit confused about this as it seems like a lot of these rappers have been turning him down. Well, recently, Ross hosted a stream where he got to have a chat with Travis Scott's manager. In the stream, he got a very thorough explanation as to why rappers won't mess with him anymore.
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Adin Ross Considered To Be A Brand Risk
Essentially, Adin Ross has become a brand risk. Moreover, he has the potential to damage the reputation of artists as well. As Scott's manager explains, Ross has hosted streams with known Nazis. Furthermore, he associated with Andrew Tate which has exacerbated things. While Ross notes that he no longer associates with these kinds of crowds, it remains true that Ross has already damaged his own reputation with artists and big brands. Only time will tell whether or not he can gain their trust back.
Social media can be hard to navigate, however, platforming Nazis is a pretty easy thing to avoid. Ross is young and still has time to learn, but his latest controversies point toward someone who is eager to be provocative. Let us know what you think of all this, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news from around the entertainment world.