While the most popular Pull out Personalities tend to stream on the platform on a regular basis, one of the most popular on the entire site had a decidedly erratic schedule. Now, Chance “Sodapoppin” Morris has finally shed some light on why his time on Twitch has been sparse lately.
Sodapoppin has been streaming since 2012, making it not only one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, but also one of the veterans. However, the many years he has devoted to the profession have not always been free from controversy. In fact, he’s found himself in hot water a few times on Twitch over the years. However, after Morris explained why he hasn’t been streaming as much lately, it became clear that his infrequent appearances aren’t really about the fact that he’s in trouble this time around.
While it’s understandable that people thought his recent lack of appearances on the streaming platform had anything to do with his second ban from Twitch, he claimed that wasn’t the main factor at all. In fact, the popular personality took to Twitter to explain why he hasn’t been online that much lately, simply saying that he really didn’t feel like it.
He continued that he wouldn’t force himself to stream if he didn’t want to, explaining that he may or may not be online for the next day or two. He added that he gave the update on his current feelings about streaming because “people keep asking me if something’s going on.” Sodapoppin made it clear that there wasn’t a major problem at work other than that he just wasn’t in the mood.
It shouldn’t come as a big surprise that the streamer is open about not wanting to be in front of the camera at the moment. He’s had a few more clashes with Twitch in the past few years than he ever had when he first started. Granted, even he has admitted on more than one occasion that some of the backlash against him was well deserved.
Interestingly, while he didn’t perform Pull out so often these days he has put some more videos on youtube. As of now, there’s no indication he’s planning to switch from Twitch to YouTube like some other big streamers, but it’s clear he’s not as happy with what he’s doing as he was in the Past. What he does next is worth seeing.
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