A few days ago, popular Twitch streamer Felix xQc Lengyel found himself embroiled in controversy after a heated conversation with a person of color during a live stream. During the exchange, xQc made a comment that sparked outrage online. He jokingly claimed he could use his daily check to buy the person’s bloodline. The online community didn’t take this statement lightly, accusing xQc of racism. As the news spread, xQc’s fans rushed to his defense, arguing that the comment was taken out of context.
xQC’s fans have urged people to understand that the streamer’s intentions were not malicious and that he treats everyone equally with his jokes.
However, some questioned why this particular statement became such a significant issue, while others wondered if he would apologize for his behavior. As the streamer himself became aware of the controversy, he took the opportunity to address the situation during one of his newest streams. After carefully examining the root cause of the problem, he offered an explanation for the comment he had made. To his surprise, even his harshest critics didn’t view it as serious, except for the person who sparked the controversy on Twitter.
xQc emphasized that his statement was nothing more than a tasteless joke he often makes without ill intent. He acknowledged that, while the topic was unpopular, it was not meant to be taken seriously. He urged the community to relax and even offered to explain the joke further if necessary. As he further read through the comments on the video, he encountered accusations of racism and demands for an apology. Although he admitted to being an “a**hole” without hesitation, he made it clear that his comment was not racist. So far, the true meaning and intentions behind xQc’s words can only be known by him.
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