Adin Ross is planning to recreate a prison cell for one of his broadcasts after the Tate brothers told him he wouldn’t last a day in prison.
Kick’s top streamer has spoken to the brothers, who are currently under investigation for human trafficking and sexual exploitation, several times and during his most recent visit to Romania, Tates described what it was like to be in prison like with him.
Andrew and Tristan Tate also told the streamer that he wouldn’t last 24 hours in the cell, which Adin now says inspired his latest livestream. Furthermore, it will feature Tate’s partner Sneako, who has streamed with Adin many times before. There are even rumors that they will start a content house together.
Adin Ross and Sneako plan to recreate Andrew Tate’s prison on stream
In an announcement to viewers about upcoming content, Adin said that he was planning to stream from a warehouse with a prison built inside, along with Sneako and several other streamers. other.
“On Wednesday, we booked a warehouse, we built a whole prison. Sneako, Adin… We have a few more. I’m not copying anyone’s ideas… in fact, it wouldn’t be a complete way out.
“We’re basically just doing what Tates did, but we’ve built in more shots. I’m not planning on escaping prison. We were inspired by Tates saying I couldn’t survive in a cell for 24 hours.”
Andrew and Tristan Tate spent several months in prison after Romanian authorities arrested them last December on suspicion of sex trafficking. They were released from house arrest in August this year, although they cannot leave Romania. A trial has not yet been scheduled.
For more news and updates on Adin Ross, check out his feud with IShowSpeed fans after he was accused of stirring up drama between them.
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