A gaming YouTuber named CrankGameplays recently released an apology onto Twitter regarding comments he made about POC, before deleting it. KSI then responded and explained his views towards the drama.
In this article, we explore just who these two online creators are, along with what comment was made by CrankGameplays and why he received backlash. Keep reading for all you need to know about this Twitter drama and why KSI may have left the online platform.
CrankGameplays Twitter drama explained
Ethan Mark Nestor-Darling, better known online as CrankGameplays, is an American video game comentator and vlogger.
At age 24, the YouTuber has over two million subscribers on his channel (Crankgameplays) and often uploads gaming content and more.
So, whats the deal with the drama? ?♀️
@CrankGameplays recently commented on a guy dressed as a white supremacist hate organisation, stating that the individual was ballsy for wearing such a costume.
Since the clip has now been deleted, Twitter users below have briefly explained the situation.
After receiving major backlash and deleting the content, Ethan took to Twitter to apologise for his actions.
However, after then receiving hate responses not only towards POC, but also to the person he quote tweeted, Ethan then removed his apology.
Along with many others, @PotatoLuna responded to the apology expressing their annoyance towards the people who were offended by the comment.
Keep reading to find out about KSI’s Twitter reply!
KSI Twitter reply to CrankGameplays
Olajide Olayinka Williams (JJ), better known as KSI, is an English YouTuber, internet personality, musician, rapper and boxer.
At 27-years-old, KSI has over 12 million subscribers on YouTube.
@KSI replied to Ethan’s now-deleted apology Tweet by explaining his views on the situation.
The content creator stated that as a black POC, Ethan’s comment did not offend him at all.
As KSI expressed his confusion as to why CrankGameplays was made to apologise, he also questioned the world he is living in.
JJ has since shared a farewell Tweet, explaining that the platform is no longer an amazing place allowing connections and communication.
Instead, he stated that Twitter is full of the cancel culture.
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