Faisal Kawasi with baseless statements

Faisal Kawasi with baseless statements

Faisal Kavousi commented again on his “Chase Kromer” appearance on the Twitch stream.Image: rbb/Carolyn Ubl


Jennifer Ulrich

The “Chase-Kromer” episode with Faisal Kavousi made headlines in late November, as the atmosphere between the presenter and the guest was perhaps even more tense than usual this time around. The episode ended with Kromer finally ending the conversation in The Room. A short time later, the comedian complained in a Twitch stream that he misbehaved — and even insulted the moderator by calling him “h-son”, A topic of TV interviews is the controversial knockout drop by Kavusi against Sylvie Carlsson. instagram Gone.

In another Twitch stream, Kavusi raised the controversial “Chase Kromer” issue again, but this time much more quietly. In it he takes lessons from Vriddhi in front of rolling cameras.

Faisal Kavusi wants to be more careful after “Chase Kromer”.

“Comedy is allowed in everything. You don’t have to like it,” Kavusi confirms his view of things in the stream. He will never and will never apologize for talking about a specific topic Jokes do”. Still, he would like to draw personal conclusions from the scandal. The 31-year-old declared:

“One thing I learned from him is that I will never again show myself so weak in public. I will never show myself so weak again.”

rbb television CHEZ KRÖMER, Tuesday (06.12.22) at 10:15 p.m.  As is well known, the guest in Cromer's interrogation room is at the mercy of unforeseen circumstances, material and whims.  And there are still men ...

Kromer abruptly ceased negotiations with Kavusi.Image: rbb/Carolyn Ubl

The realization of the past was that “the people stepped on it and did not stop now”. Kawusi will continue to resign (orally) if the need arises. “Guys, you can’t blame me for everything,” he also says on stream.

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Kavusi talks about Kromer again

The comedian also expressed personal doubts about the moderator on Twitch, which he did not directly address on the show because he was “not sure”. “When he came in, a smell came over me and I thought: It’s not fair to eat something like that anymore,” says Kavusi, making a tasteless and unnecessary allegation – Kromer is a dry alcoholic, stirring it up ever since. Years since not a drop came.

Beyond that, however, Kavusi was forgiving: the moderator “did the show 40 times well” in one issue and was “apparently having a bad day”. The comedian asked himself during the recording: “Are you there? Are you even hearing what I’m saying?”

But now Kavusi concedes: “I sympathize with Kurt Kroemer. I don’t hate him. I went into a bit of a rage on the last section,” he admits.

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