PHOTO: Sneako to be deported back to the Philippines after US Officials found out he has been overstaying his Work Visa, which ended in 2022 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, April 18, 2024

PHOTO: Sneako to be deported back to the Philippines after US Officials found out he has been overstaying his Work Visa, which ended in 2022

Sneako to be deported back to the Philippines after US Officials found out he has been overstaying his Work Visa, which ended in 2022.

Controversial Rumble streamer Nico "Sneako" took to his recent stream to share some somber words with his audience about his present status as a content creator. The streamer opened his stream (April 17), giving out a rather cryptic statement about 2024 being the year that he might stop streaming or change his content. 

AMP Agent 00 and Duke Dennis discussed this on their streams. In response, Nico expressed that he would never receive such deals due to his reputation. He said:

"People that I started with back in New York are getting brand deals with Nike and with Jordan. Let's be honest. I'm never gonna get those deals. I'm never gonna get that. All the business that you're gonna see are gonna be stuff that I create from bottom up."

While Sneako has enjoyed numerous high-profile collaborations with figures like Adin Ross and Andrew Tate, the streamer has also had past conflicts with other creators. Recently, Nicholas "Jynxzi" invited him to his podcast. However, Sneako felt that Jynxzi framed the questions in a way that would portray him negatively on camera.



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