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Kai Cenat, a Twitch celebrity, travels to Taiwan for this poignant occasion.

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Kai Cenat, a Twitch celebrity, travels to Taiwan for this poignant occasion.

Recently, Kai Cenat made good on a sincere pledge by travelling to Taiwan to witness his good buddy and devoted fan Ray’s graduation.

Over the years, the Twitch icon has developed a sizable fan base and engages in close communication with his audience. It’s true that Cenat has some IRL (in real life) pals. Ray is one of them; they met in Japan during the IRL Stream.

With Ray, whom he met during an in-person stream in Japan, Cenat has forged one of the most noteworthy friendships as a result of his content creation.

The friendship between Ray and Kai
Cenat’s voyage is undoubtedly much more advanced now; for example, he visited Ray in Taiwan once and wrote a blog post on the trip. This connection was also evident in their many discussions regarding streaming.

At one such meeting, Ray disclosed that he would be enlisting in the army after graduation, which clearly startled Cenat.

During a live stream, Cenat was joined by comedian Kevin Hart. The Twitch star introduced Hart to Ray during their talk, and Hart said he is hoping that one day meeting Ray.

As promised weeks earlier, Cenat announced on X (previously Twitter) that he had flown to Taiwan to attend Ray’s graduation. That trip to Taiwan, nevertheless, wasn’t without its difficulties.

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In addition to being “stuck in the airport” for more than a day, Cenat disclosed that the airline had misplaced “all [his] luggage.” Cenat declared that seeing Ray graduate “was all worth it” in spite of these obstacles.

The post reads as follows: Ray, dressed in his graduation gown, and Cenat, looking happy as they smiled at the camera, were captioned, “Been stuck in airport for 24+ hours travelled across the world, airline lost all my luggage & bags but it was all worth it to see my boy GRADUATE🎓Congrats!”

Fans of Cenat are showered with compliments on the post.
“Kai looks like a proud mentor and father,” remarked one user.

“I’m crying 😭😭😭 because Kai pulled up in that Raymond Reddington,” another person commented.

“Kai, that speaks volumes. But congrats to your boy. A user on X commented, “He’s got a real one.”

Someone else said, “That’s real love right there.”

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Despite declining ratings, Demon Slayer Season 4 stays in the top three.

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Despite declining ratings, Demon Slayer Season 4 stays in the top three.

The distance that grows between Tanjiro and his allies and Muzan Kibutsuji, their ultimate adversary, in each episode of Demon Slayer Season 4. On Sunday, June 9, Hashira Training Arc’s fifth episode aired. It featured the popular protagonist of the anime visiting Mitsuri Kanroji’s residence as the Love Hashiro’s abode became the next stop on Tanjiro’s tour to seek advice from the Corps’ most senior swordsmen.

Prior to meeting Wind Hashira Sanemi Shinzagawa, the same episode also took him to the doorstep of Serpent Hashira Obanai Iguro. The epic visual storytelling of Demon Slayer Season 4 Episode 5 was enhanced by Tanjiro’s intense training sessions with the greatest of the finest.

But the average viewership numbers for this show saw a sharp drop, coming in at 5.8% as opposed to 6.7% from the prior week. The popular TV show managed to maintain its position as one of the top three anime broadcasts of the week (June 3–9) despite declining viewership.

However, Demon Slayer was ultimately caught off guard by the negative effects of the declining numbers, as it dropped from the second position to the third in the Top 10 chart.

The Hashira Training Arc anime chapter achieved a top ranking in Netflix’s Global Top 10 TV (Non-English) category, similar to its status on the Japanese anime ratings. With 1.7 million views for the first week of June (June 3-9), Demon Slayer continued its four-week run on the chart, dominating its rivals at No. 4.

Detective Conan, One Piece, and That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 3 and My Hero Academia Season 7 were among the other shonen consistent titles on the chart that were steadfastly holding their positions on the week’s Top 10 list of anime.

With an average viewership of 5.6%, Detective Conan’s June 8 premiere outperformed the previous week’s ratings of 5.2%. Nevertheless, the venerable series maintains its fourth-place ranking each week. In a similar vein, Season 3 of That Time I Got Reincarnated managed to maintain its fifth place while experiencing a spike in ratings from 3.1% to 3.5%.

Conversely, the standings for Season 7 of My Hero Academia and One Piece both declined. But while the latter has maintained its steady viewership ratings of 2.5% over the last two weeks, the former saw a 0.1% increase in ratings and scored 2.8% with its June 9 broadcast.

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