Understanding BlessRNG Emote: A Deep Dive into Its Significance

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BlessRNG Emote Meaning

“Oh, Twitch Deity the Almighty, bless this stream with thy wisdom and give unto thy humble servant the wisdom and prudence to finish off the boss as on offering to you. And, give thy loyal subject the Golden Kappa too!”

When you take a look at the twitch emotes list, I am sure you will struggle with some of the twitch emote meanings.

On the other hand, there are those emotes that you can figure out straight away.

When we talk about our bless emote here, i.e. blessrng, tell me, what do you see?

Yes, you see Jesus (really, though?), his hands clasped as in a prayer.

And, this is exactly what lies behind one of the most controversial twitch emotes meaning (stay tuned to discover some dirt!!!).

Now, seriously, what a streamer is saying with bless twitch is that he’s praying for the providence and the blessing to have a successful streaming experience.

Also, it’s kind of saying the streamers are praying for a Golden Kappa since that is the ultimate goal, right?

Moreover, bless rng is an emote of choice whenever a religious reference is made. This would be quite an appropriate reaction.

The Story Behind

I know that you are very interested in learning about the blessrng origin.

So, long story short, obviously this ain’t no Jesus. It’s just a (former) Twitch streamer Brad “BlessRNG” Jolly in a praying pose.

This picked-up quickly since it makes a great parallel with Jesus due to BlessRNG physical resemblance with the Dude.

The emote was released in 2017, so it was fairly young. I say was, since it is now just one of the removed twitch emotes.

The reason is that our Jesus has fallen out of grace for some serious reasons. Namely, he was banned in June this year (2020) due to the abuse against his ex-girlfriend.

I told ya I was gonna dig up some dirt, didn’t I?

As a consequence of his actions, twitch blessrng is also removed from the list of available emotes.

Since “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction…”

Hmm, there’s nothing like the divine retribution!

Anyways, blessrng twitch is no more; so, we can only hope and pray for an adequate replacement.

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