Popular broadcaster Adriana Chechik revealed the extent of her wounds on her official Twitter account after the TwitchCon foam incident. On October 12, the internet star disclosed that her five-hour procedure had, for the most part, been successful.
She will need a catheter for the time being because her injuries are far more serious than first thought. The streamer jumped into an ill-designed foam pit, breaking her spine in two places. Following a protracted surgery, Chechik described to her audience the following injuries:
Having said that, TwitchCon 2022 has generated much controversy among several well-known streamers.
Adriana Chechik gives update regarding her injuries following TwitchCon 2022 foam pit incident
The participants’ foam pit turned out to be a dangerous accident. The foam layer, which was thought to be too thin, was discovered to be only two feet above a hard concrete floor. This resulted in countless streamers unintentionally suffering injuries, with Adriana Chechik’s case standing out as the most noteworthy.
After enduring an exceedingly time-consuming surgery for her fractured back a few days after the event, Chechik gave her followers an update. The online personality claims that the surgery took almost five hours and revealed far more injuries than was previously thought.
Adriana Chechik barely walking again after twitchcon foam pitfall
The streamer also stated that her bones and nerves were “totally crushed,” and that there were “more fusions than predicted.” She also had some “bleeding around the bone,” but in a few days, she will resume having normal urination.
Despite going through a lengthy and complicated procedure, Adriana Chechik kept a positive spirit and even promised to keep her fans updated.
The shocking TwitchCon 2022 foam pit catastrophe is discussed on social media.
As would be expected, footage of the incident was posted and shared on various social media sites, with followers expressing concern for Adriana’s safety. The video has received thousands of views and comments just on YouTube.
The bulk of commenters detailed their own instances of unintentional harm, although a few criticised TwitchCon 2022’s shoddy foam pit construction. What they said was as follows:
Twitch has recently been under fire for a number of issues. The purple platform is under fire from inquiries ranging from the removal of the customary 70/30 split for partners to the many of concerns that stood out at TwitchCon.