Felix xQc Lengyel was one of the few Twitch stars to be included on the Forbes Top Creators list. He was ranked 12th because he was the most watched streamer on the platform in 2021, and he is on track to do it again.
However, the juicer warlord is dissatisfied with the iconic business publication.
They included him not because he was included, but rather because they included some of his previous conflicts in his bio.
Despite controversies involving racist, homophobic, and sexually explicit language, Lengyel has attracted 11 million Twitch followers, according to the article, which was published in January 2018 for making homophobic remarks about another player, and again in Mar. 2018 for using emotes in a racially disparaging manner.
A year later, Twitch banned him from viewing explicit content on the stream.
xQc said the thing in disbelief during his broadcast on Sep. 8 and asked a viewer to suggest it might be worse, to which he replied: That's really awful. Content that's racist, homophobic, and explicit?
After soaking on it for a moment, he was done. Guys, that is cooked. What can be improved? Thats terrible, though, he said, claiming that the incidents they discussed never happened.
When did I first start producing racist and homophobic explicit material? he asked. None of these things have ever happened. None of these things have ever occurred. That isn't true!
xQc explained that he did not want to give the clip more attention, but that he felt it was absolutely fucked and strange that they chose to go with it, but that there was a reason. He explained that Forbes wanted to interview him to get a good write-up, but it didn't end up happening because he was too busy.
However, he merely ignored their requests instead of declining.
He said that maybe it's because the interview was so hardcore. They should know better than to make this shit. I feel, because I didn't do the interview, they made it out of spite.