A POPULAR streamer has caused an uproar online after revealing the details of his financial arrangement with other internet personalities.
Adin Ross has sparked several controversies after signing a contract with Twitch competitor Kick.
The latest has sent some of his fans into an uproar.
Earlier this week, the streamer announced that it receives 20 percent of revenue from streamers it brought to Kick, as shown in a Clip uploaded to TikTok.
The revelation came after a viewer claimed that another streamer named N3on “owns” Ross.
“Legally, I own 20 percent of N3on. So he’s mine.” Ross replied.
“But you know, it feels good. I actually didn’t tell you this, I legally have 20 percent of all streamers on this platform.”
Ross further qualified this claim.
“Well, not every single streamer, but all my guys, 20 percent,” he said.
“Cheesur was the first to sign the contract.”
Many commentators were outraged by the arrangement, but Ross was unfazed by their criticism.
“Hey, I don’t care,” he said.
“Listen, brother. It’s not even any L-man shit. A lot of rappers own a lot of rappers.”
“I have to get my boy in a good position. We have to help him. We have to make sure he’s okay.”
“Look at him now! I swung it on the swing and N3on is now fucking carrying that platform.
“It’s smart. You give me 20 percent and make millions.”
Some commenters on the TikTok clip were equally horrified by the situation.
“Adin is the example of why you need a lawyer when signing contracts,” said one.
But others were more supportive.
“Genius,” said one commenter.
“Smart damn it,” said another.
Earlier this month, Ross told his followers that he planned to host North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un for a stream.
His conversation with an impersonator on Kick grossed 300,000, causing the fledgling streaming site to crash.
Ross was banned from Twitch after another internet personality he streamed with used a homophobic slur in 2021.