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Kai Cenat slams Twitch after another streamer signs with Kick

The famous Twitch streamer reacts to BruceDropEmOff joining Kick and also gives you some warnings to avoid being baned again.

Kai Cenat slams Twitch after another streamer signs with Kick

Popular Twitch streamer BruceDropEmOff has announced that he is joining Kick, a new streaming platform that is quickly gaining popularity. Bruce is the latest in a string of high-profile streamers to leave Twitch for Kick, which is seen as a more creator-friendly platform.

In a video announcing his decision, Bruce said that he was “excited to be a part of something new” and that he was “looking forward to working with the Kick team to build something special.” He also took a shot at Twitch, saying that he was “tired of being treated like a second-class citizen.

Kai Cenat Reacts to Bruce’s Announcement

Bruce’s friend and fellow streamer Kai Cenat reacted to the news on his own stream. Cenat said that he was “happy for Bruce” and that he “wished him the best of luck”. However, Cenat also warned Bruce to be careful about getting banned from Twitch again.

“Don’t get banned on Twitch,” Cenat said. “You’ll be able to multi-task. Me, you, and Rage can still do what we do, and you could still go hop on Omegle after. You still could go do what you wanna do.”

Cenat then went on to criticize Twitch, saying that the platform gets “petty” and “angry” when streamers make decisions they don’t like.

“You know, Bruce. You know how petty Twitch is,” Cenat said. “How angry companies can be when you make certain decisions in your life, bro. I’m just saying, you got a target on your back now.”

Bruce’s decision to join Kick is a major blow to Twitch, which has been struggling to keep up with the competition. It remains to be seen how Bruce’s move to Kick will affect his relationship with Twitch. However, Cenat’s comments suggest that Bruce may have to be more careful than ever if he wants to avoid getting banned from the platform again.