In a recent stream with iShowSpeed, Kai Cenat delivered a scathing message to the streaming service Kick, asserting that they “could have had us.”
The declaration comes as tensions between Kai and Twitch have escalated, leading Kick to pursue the popular Twitch streamer.
However, it seems that Kai Cenat has firmly moved on from considering Kick as a potential platform, as he also expressed his excitement for Rumble, where he and iShowSpeed have signed on for a new livestreaming show.
Kai Cenat Shuts Down Kick’s Potential
During a clip from the stream with iShowSpeed, Kai initially told Kick to “get back,” followed by a quick apology.
However, he quickly doubled down on his callout, stating, “I’m sorry Kick. Rumble up! You know what? You know what? Yo, Kick! If you wanted us, you could have had us! W Rumble.”
While iShowSpeed remained silent in the clip, his stance on the matter remains unclear.
Kick’s Previous Support and Personal Rejection
Kick had previously shown support for Kai Cenat when he faced bans on Twitch, describing the bans as a “priceless” mistake.
Despite their efforts, it appears that Kick’s goodwill did not sway Kai’s decision.
Additionally, this rejection carries a personal element, as fellow streamer Adin Ross, a prominent creator on Kick and a strong advocate for the platform, had actively tried to recruit both Kai Cenat and iShowSpeed.
Adin Ross expressed feeling “hurt” by their decision to partner with Rumble for their new show.
The Competitive Landscape of Streaming Services
The ever-evolving competitive landscape among streaming services has led creators to seek platforms that align with their goals and interests.
While Kick had expressed interest in adding Kai Cenat to their platform, the streamer has made a clear choice in favor of Rumble.
This decision reflects the importance of creators finding platforms that best serve their needs and aspirations.
As the streaming industry continues to grow, streamers like Kai Cenat will play a pivotal role in shaping the landscape and determining the platforms they believe will support their content and community.
The choices they make impact not only their individual careers but also the broader dynamics of the streaming ecosystem.