Fortnite has been one of the most popular game in 2019 and 2020. The game also gave rise to some of the most popular and breakout streamers of all time. One such streamer is Ninja Belvins.
The streamer has over 17.4 million followers and more than 10,000 subs on Twitch.
Ninja’s Rise to Fame
Ninja Blevins started out his journey a decade back in 2011. He used to play games such as H1Z1, PUBG, Halo, etc but it was not until the Fortnite craze kicked in that he became well-known on Twitch.
In 2017 when the world was dancing to the beats of the Fortnite floss, Ninja Blevins rose to fame as Twitch’s most followed streamer. Since then, there was no looking back.
Through out his journey, there had been one subscriber who stayed with his content, no matter what the circumstances. The subscriber ‘icysofresh’ has been subscribed to Ninja for over a decade now, 125 months to be precide.
Ninja took to his official Twitter handle to give a shoutout to this loyal fan of his. He wrote:
“Sometimes I forget even how long I have been doing this,” Ninja said. “125-month subscriber still showing love and has been subscribed since I got into the subscription beta on justin.tv. Shoutout to icysofresh.”
The comments were filled with appreciation for ‘icysofresh’ for being a loyal fan through out every up and down. One comment questioned “So that means they stayed subbed for your entire year on mixer? How do those stats make sens”.
“They never closed his account on Twitch so his subs stayed active if you had auto-renew on,” Icy explained as a reply. As a matter of fact, when Fortnite star Ninja was headlining the front page on Mixer, his loyal Twitch sub still stayed alive throughout it all.
Is Ninja Addicted To Drugs?
Meanwhile recently, there was a lot of controversy surrounding Ninja regarding whether or not he is addicted to drugs. In a new photo that surfaced online, Ninja looked different than before and his face cut had changed drastically and his health was on the decline.
However, after making things clear, Ninja was back on track. On November 4, 2021, he completed 17 million followers on Twitch making him the first ever streamer to do so. He took to his official Twitter handle and shared a video. Ninja thanked his fans in the tweet by writing “Thank you to every single one of my fans, OFFICIALLY passed 17M followers on @Twitch.”
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