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Twitch Star Ninja shuts off his camera while eating all over Ramadan

Photo: Robert Reiners (Getty Images) Streamers, like other people who for some reason choose not ] spend most of their day at the camera, have to eat. Most streamers talk temporarily or have meals while they are streaming, increasing the feeling that viewers are looking at an ordinary person who goes over their daily routine. But for Twitch's head-dressed money, King Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was eating a problem earlier this week because of Ramadan. "Bruh," a viewer said in the chat. "I'm fasting." Others chimed in with similar messages just after. These messages were sent on Ramadan's first day, May 6. Ramadan is a Muslim holiday that celebrates Quran's first revelation to Muhammad. It lasts one month – this year from May 6 to June 3 – and includes a daily fast from dawn to sunset. There is no cakewalk. And when Ninja started eating on the stream on Ramadan's first day, Muslim viewers couldn't help but experience hunger pangs. Moment after the messages began to pour, Ninja closed his face camera and left only Fortnite on the screen. "Sorry for the people who do Ramadan," he said. "I'll make sure to hide my screen when I eat for the rest of Ramadan." So far he has kept it up. Today, while Ninja played Fortnite with other popular streamers Dennis "Faze Cloak" Lepore and Benjamin "DrLupo" Lupo, the two asked him what he ate. With his face friend, Ninja rejected his questions. "Don't want to talk about it," Ninja said.…

Photo: Robert Reiners (Getty Images)

Streamers, like other people who for some reason choose not ] spend most of their day at the camera, have to eat. Most streamers talk temporarily or have meals while they are streaming, increasing the feeling that viewers are looking at an ordinary person who goes over their daily routine. But for Twitch’s head-dressed money, King Tyler “Ninja” Blevins was eating a problem earlier this week because of Ramadan. “Bruh,” a viewer said in the chat. “I’m fasting.” Others chimed in with similar messages just after.

These messages were sent on Ramadan’s first day, May 6. Ramadan is a Muslim holiday that celebrates Quran’s first revelation to Muhammad. It lasts one month – this year from May 6 to June 3 – and includes a daily fast from dawn to sunset. There is no cakewalk. And when Ninja started eating on the stream on Ramadan’s first day, Muslim viewers couldn’t help but experience hunger pangs. Moment after the messages began to pour, Ninja closed his face camera and left only Fortnite on the screen.

“Sorry for the people who do Ramadan,” he said. “I’ll make sure to hide my screen when I eat for the rest of Ramadan.”

So far he has kept it up. Today, while Ninja played Fortnite with other popular streamers Dennis “Faze Cloak” Lepore and Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo, the two asked him what he ate. With his face friend, Ninja rejected his questions.

“Don’t want to talk about it,” Ninja said. “Hello, Ramadan is currently underway. I don’t want to talk about food. That’s why I hide my camera.”

He received a river of support from Muslim fans for the gesture, with people in chat and on Twitter thank him greatly.
19659004] “Mad respect” said a fan earlier this week. “I don’t care if he is the best player or not. He must be the best streamer right now. I know it doesn’t bother many Muslims if he eats or not. We stop the ninja.”

“This is so Amazing to see that he took this into account, ” said another today. “Most would not even think about this.”

Ninjas record is far from immaculate, has beaten a slur (which he asked for) and controversially refuses to flow with women. Yet this is an unmistakably admirable gesture from the world’s largest streamer.

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