Adin Ross drama

Adin Ross announces return to streaming after mental health break

By Fariha Bhatti


Jul 7, 2024

Reading time: 2 min

After a month-long hiatus, Adin Ross has finally broken silence on social media, confirming his imminent return to streaming.

Adin Ross is one of the top streamers on Kick alongside Felix “xQc” Lengyel, Tyler “Trainwreck” Niknam, Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, and more. While his content may not be for everyone, he has a big fanbase on Twitch’s rival platform. Thanks to his hot takes, Just Chatting streams, and occasional gaming content, Adin has garnered 1.27 million subscribers on Kick. However, his recent break has left fans concerned.

After some speculation went around about Adin possibly quitting streaming for good, many were hoping for his comeback. It appears their hopes were well-founded, as Adin Ross has revealed on X that he is returning to streaming.

Why did Adin Ross stop streaming?

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Adin Ross’ last stream was on May 25, 2024. Before taking a long break, he mentioned on his alt account that he was going to have surgery, and after that, he never streamed again.

That was his last tweet, and after that, an account titled “AdinUpdates” posted a screenshot from a chat with Adin Ross, where he said he’ll be “coming better than ever.”

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His sudden silence worried both fans and friends, who had tried to stay in touch with him while he was away. After a month-long social media silence, he reappeared with a voice note, teasing an imminent live stream at “any second or any minute.”

“Alright, enough of the bulls—. I’m ready to come back. So, yeah, I am going to hit live any day, any second, any minute maybe. Yeah, I am ready though. It’s been a long time. Good break, good mental break. Very good mental break, much needed. But, we are back,” Adin Ross said.

He didn’t mention the exact time for his first stream, but based on his message, he might start streaming very soon.