Sketch addresses allegations of being gay, and confirms having had sexual relations with a man

Sketch talks about doing sexual OF content with men
Sketch addresses OF allegations (Image via Sketchisreal/Twitch)

Twitch streamer Sketch, aka Sketchisreal, has addressed the recent allegations that cropped up against him of being homosexual after certain explicit content allegedly featuring the streamer flooded the internet. As a successful content creator with millions of followers across TikTok, Twitch, and YouTube, these claims quickly piqued a lot of interest online.

Since the allegations that he used to do OF were made on July 8, many of his fellow Twitch streamers and esports professionals have come out in his defense, with people such as Tfue, FaZe Rug, and others supporting Sketch's supposed gay identity.

To clarify the situation, Sketch went live on his Twitch on the same day and confirmed that he used to indulge in such explicit acts a couple of years ago. He also explained that he had changed since then:

"That was me. That was me, it's okay. Two years ago, I did some stuff. I am sorry if you have seen some of that stuff. You know, I am a changed person."

Sketch went on to verify that he had sexual relations with a man in the past and thanked his fans for defending him:

"So, two years ago, I did not have sexual relations with that man. I am just kidding; I did, possibly. Cat's out of the bag. It's okay, um, what else do I have to say? Thank you for all of my people that have been sticking up for me. I understand if you are mad."

Sketch cites past addiction as explanation for doing adult content

With over a million followers on Twitch, Sketch is currently one of the most popular streamers on the platform and has made quite a splash in the sports community, especially the NFL. His catchphrase 'What's up brother?' has gone viral not just on social media but also among ESPN presenters.

With Twitch streamers and other content creators talking about the recent allegations against Sketch, the latter explained that he is currently avoiding social media websites like Twitter:

"Sh*t hit the fan, don't go on Twitter. Just kidding, I didn't delete Twitter; I have just been cautiously avoiding it. It's like f*cking landmines everywhere I go."

Speaking more about doing OF content in the past, the streamer stated that he was dealing with multiple addictions at the time:

"I was dealing with some addiction problems, a couple of them. But no excuse there, but I guess..."

Fans have praised him for addressing the allegations on such short notice, and have been mostly positive about the whole affair.

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Edited by Sijo Samuel Paul
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