What Is Ranboos Sexuality? (Is ranboo Gay)

Twitch Star Ranboo stated that although the nature of his relationship is “unlabelled” however, he’s happy to be called gay.

The YouTuber became popular on Twitter at the end of 24 April (24 April) after he tweeted the tweet “srs” abbreviation to mean “serious.”

It was the result of the media rumors regarding his sexuality. On his other Twitter account just a couple of hours later, the 18-year-old expressed gratitude to his followers for their messages of support.

“Yo would like to thank you for your support in everything , and tonight I’ve been wanting to do it for quite a while and tonight it worked out well,” he wrote.

Rainbow said: “And for those confused generally, I suppose I’m not technically labeled in my way of life is that I’ve always been around my life being attracted to whomever I’m attracted by it. Is just that the majority of them are”a certain type” you might say I am fine with gay labels :).”

If you are wondering, I’m not classified because of how I’ve been through my life; I just find myself attracted to the people I am attracted to. It is the case that many of them are the “certain kind of” you could call it, lol. I am fine with gay labels.

— Ranbalt (@ranaltboo) April 24, 2022

Fans and friends were seen posting messages of joy in the comments section. Minecraft UK heavyweight Tommyinnit stated: “literal king s**t my big Gay friend.”

I woke up this morning and thought, “dang, I did that”

After that, I experienced two nose bleeds and discovered the error in my actions

— Randall (@ranaltboo) April 25, 2022

“Heck yes, dude!! I am so happy for you! Ra(i)nboo(w)”, Thomas Sanders added.

The American streaming service was added to YouTube in January 2020. It has since amassed more than 60 million viewers.

Ranboo is a person who keeps his real identity hidden and wears an identity mask when appearing in videos. Recently, he joined the Misfits Gaming Group.

The social media guru with more than four million followers and a member of the Minecraft server Dream SMP. In addition, he has more than four million subscribers on Twitch.

In March, Twitch announced that it was looking into the possibility of bringing lawsuits in the case of “hate raids” following a rise in the trolling on behalf of LGBT+ creators.

Twitch condemned these targeted attacks, stating that “hate is not allowed at all on Twitch.” The company added that the culprits were identified, and their accounts were taken down.