Kai Cenat Says ‘I Came Too Far’ After Warning Adin Ross To ‘Be Careful’ At Michael Rubin’s Annual White Party

Kai Cenat Says ‘I Came Too Far’ After Warning Adin Ross To ‘Be Careful’ At Michael Rubin’s Annual White Party

Popular streamer Kai Cenat sparked social media buzz when fans observed him declining an invitation to Michael Rubin’s annual all-white party.

The 22-year-old social media star was recently broadcasting on Twitch when he received a surprise phone call from fellow streamer Adin Ross. During their chat, Adin Ross invited Kai Cenat to join him at Michael Rubin’s annual all-white party on July 4th. The event is deemed by many as the place to be on Independence Day. However,  Kai Cenat quickly responded,

“No… I got invited to the other one.”

When Adin Ross asked why he didn’t attend last year’s event, Kai elaborated,

“Because, I don’t know, I didn’t want to go.”

Concluding the phone call, Kai exclaimed,

“Yo, be careful out there… safety! … let me know how it goes!”

Kai Cenat

Kai then resumed talking to his fans and explained,

“I’m not going to lie, chat, I don’t think anything happens at these f****** parties. I just don’t want to be –”

After hesitating, he continued,

“You know how these n***** are bro.”

Mocking what his would-be critics might say, he then said,

“’Kai sold his soul!’”

The streamer then wrapped up his sentiments by simply stating:

“I came too far!”

The clip of Kai and Adin’s phone call circulated widely on social media, prompting numerous comments praising Kai for declining the invitation, especially given the speculative nature surrounding Hollywood parties.

One Instagram user commented,

“Kai Cenat has Caribbean or African parents I think. That child has all his good sense lol. He ain’t going”

Another user said,

“They could never make me h8 Kai Cenat!! Glad he knows that every door opened to you is not meant to be walked thru.”

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Michael Rubin, the CEO of Fanatics, hosts an annual Fourth of July bash in the Hamptons, drawing in many A-listers including Diddy, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Kevin Hart, Tom Brady, and Kim Kardashian.

The billionaire’s party, along with others, have been speculated to include “Hollyweird” behavior — a term that blends “Hollywood” and “weird,” to refer to the eccentricities and scandals associated with the entertainment industry. Such gatherings have become the subject of discussions on social media, gaining even more attention now that lawsuits have accused mogul Diddy of sexual assault and of partaking in “freak-offs” with other celebrities during these events.


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Authored by: Aaron Keenan