Viewers of Ninja are use to seeing his gaming side. Taking out players with ease, making some nice highlight reels. But viewers were shocked to see Ninja the Philosopher come out during his recent stream.
What’s the meaning of life?
This is probably the last question you would except to hear on Ninja’s channel. But considering how many years Ninja has been gaming, it’s hard not to think about life outside of Fortnite. Yes, there is life after Fortnite, although for some, it can be hard to come to terms with.
Nonetheless, Richard Tyler Blevins started streaming in 2011. He spent many years streaming games like H1Z1, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and now Fortnite. Giving all his dedication to streaming got him to where he’s at now. With impressive 35,570,000+ combined subscribers between YouTube and Twitch, he’s become the most successful video game streamer in the world. Ninja has shared many controversial moments throughout the years. However, this time there was nothing controversial happening. It was a side of Ninja that many viewers don’t normally see on a regular basis.
Ninja the Philosopher?
During one of Ninja’s recent streams, he was was waiting to play a game. At one moment, he was glaring into his gaming monitor, transcending into an unknown place. He then quickly said,
“I’ve been thinking about life so much lately. Like, in-depth.”
Ninja continued as everyone in the chat moved closer to their speakers to hear this rare side of Ninja that they’re not use to.
“Naw man, I can’t even, try to figure out, you know. What’s the goal? What’s the end game?”
It was at this point that Ninja himself dived deep into another dimension, and couldn’t continue as he was stuck on his thought. We’ve all been there, questioning certain things in life. It’s healthy, and always good to ask questions. Even if it seems like there’s no answers. Needless to say, if Ninja keeps this up he might get a whole new type of subscribers other than gamers.
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