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KSI forced to end his live stream early after having IP address leaked

Marcus Chan

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KSI forced to end his live stream early after having IP address leaked

KSI’s long-awaited return to live streaming had to be cut short after his IP address was leaked.

The YouTuber turned boxer, whose real name is Olajide Olayinka Williams Olatunji, was making a return to live streaming after a 10-year break.

On Wednesday, the Brit went live to the delight of his 40 million+ subscribers across his two channels.



However, just an hour into his return to live streaming, he encountered a major problem.

He said: “God dammit. God dammit, guys. My IP got leaked.

“I got to end the stream. I’m sorry. I’ll see you lot in a bit.”

KSI continued: “God dammit! You guys always gotta ruin the fun.”


Reacting online, one fan said: “The dude was just trying to have fun with his Fans but Some Weirdo decides to Leak Ksi's IP Address.”

Another tweeted: “whoever leaked @KSI ip address. Man streams for the first time in 10 years and only gets an hour or so. F**k you.”

A third fan added: “KSI’s first stream in a decade ends with IP address leaked, you can’t make this up!!”


KSI did go back on stream though after he sorted out the 'few technical issues'.

After making a name for himself on YouTube, KSI has entered the world of boxing in recent years.


So far, the 30-year-old has been involved in six fights and has four wins, one loss and one no-contest.

Recently, KSI’s Misfits Boxing promotion had its license suspended by the Professional Boxing Association ‘in the interest of boxer safety’.

However, Misfits released a statement that read: “The safety and welfare of all fighters who participate in Misfits Boxing events, is, and will always be, the number one priority for the organisation.

“Misfits Boxing is looking forward to lots of exciting and fresh ideas being implemented in 2024 and of course health and safety will continue to be a top priority. Misfits Boxing will be working with a new commission, however wishes the PBA well for the future.”

Featured Image Credit: KSI

Topics: KSI, Boxing, Fan Reactions

Marcus Chan
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