Twitch star Kai Cenat returns to streaming following hospitalization: “Somebody pushed me, and I fell” – In a shocking turn of events, popular Twitch streamer Kai Cenat has been hospitalized following a “severe” injury sustained during the filming of a music video for his YouTube group ‘AMP.’
Kai Cenat, a prominent Twitch streamer, has recently ventured into showbiz with a role in the new Good Burger 2 movie on Paramount Plus. However, he is now making headlines for an unfortunate incident. Fans are expressing deep concern about his well-being following this incident.
Twitch star Kai Cenat returns to streaming following hospitalization: “Somebody pushed me, and I fell”
The news broke when the ‘Kai Mafia Updates’ Twitter account posted an update, stating, “Kai Cenat will not be streaming today at 8 PM, as confirmed as he’s been severely injured during an AMP shoot and is hospitalized.” The announcement sent shockwaves through the online community, prompting an outpour of support and well-wishes for the injured streamer.
Kai Cenat himself seemed to confirm the news in a series of replies to the post, expressing his excitement over the release of the GTA 6 trailer that dropped the same day. Despite his injury, he humorously commented, “GTA 6 trailer drop I’m tryna get out of here fast asf,” indicating his eagerness to shift focus from the unfortunate incident.
🚨 Kai Cenat will not be streaming today at 8pm as confirmed as he’s been severely injured during an amp shoot and is hospitalized.
— Kai Mafia Updates🗽💫 (@Kaimafiaupdates) December 4, 2023
Later, during a live stream on the same night, Kai revealed the details of the incident that led to his hospitalization. The injury occurred during an ‘AMP hockey’ shoot, where a physical altercation resulted in him falling directly on his face. Describing the incident, he shared, “All I have to say is, somebody — I’m not gonna say who — somebody pushed me, and I fell directly …on my face.”
Despite the severity of the injury, Kai displayed resilience and humor, assuring fans that he was discharged from the hospital and able to continue streaming.