Controversial influencer Adin Ross has firmly denied allegations that he used a racial slur during a live stream.
The 22-year-old streamer was accused of making the remark during a broadcast with the porn Star Autumn Renae earlier this week.
Renae told Ross, “Take a lap,” before allegedly saying the racist remark, as reported by Dexerto.
In the Kick-Stream, Ross, who is permanently banned from Twitch, was accused of saying, “N****, I got you.” I got you.”
He then described his outfit to the adult content creator and said, “You know, I just wear cool, cool things. You know, just cool.
The influencer has vehemently denied allegations that he had spoken a racial slur.
He told viewers, “Brother, I swear to God … I didn’t say it, bro.”
Ross has repeatedly denied allegations that he made the racist remark.
He said, “Have I said that before? Yes. Have I openly admitted that I’ve said it in the past? Yes, did I say it here? NO.”
The US Sun has reached out to Ross for comment.
Ross, who has been making videos on YouTube since 2014, is no stranger to controversy following his huge success on Twitch in 2019.
He drew a large crowd playing NBA 2K20 with Bronny James, the eldest child of NBA star LeBron James.
In February, a clip of one of Adin’s friends using a racial slur on a stream went viral on Twitter and the streamer was quick to respond.
The clip showed Adin FaceTiming his friend when the other person made the comment.
The friend said, “F**k Twitch they really are out here on Super Bowl Sunday,” before allegedly using an insult.
Another Twitch streamer, Zahir, shared the clip along with a screenshot, which appeared to be a DM from Ross.
It wasn’t the first time Ross got into hot water.
In April 2021, he was banned from Twitch after allegedly using a homophobic slur.
Ross vehemently defended himself, telling Twitch staff that he did not say the insult and claiming he answered a call from another YouTuber who said the offensive term.
A few days later, his ban was lifted.