Twitch streamer Charlie "MoistCr1TiKaL" took to his stream to give his take on the recent controversy involving a UK-based shopowner re-selling bottles of Prime Hydration drinks for a whopping £100.For those unaware, Prime Hydration was co-created by YouTubers Logan Paul and JJ "KSI" in January 2022.
Although initially only available in the US and Canada, it crossed shores to reach the UK in June 2022.Since being available in the UK, however, there has been a dearth of supply resulting in fans squabbling for each bottle.Wakefield Wines Limited, or as it is popularly called, Wakey Wines, a departmental store south of Leeds, has been infamously selling each bottle of Prime for as much as £100.
A pack of 12 costs £24.99 if bought from the official website.Reacting to extortion-worthy pricing, MoistCr1TiKaL discouraged the retailer's actions.Popular Twitch streamer MoistCr1TiKaL reacted to a brief documentary on Mohammad Azar Nazir, the off-shore owner who became an overnight sensation due to his TikTok videos promoting his shop and notoriously re-selling Prime at an inflated rate.Reflecting on the story, Charlie said:Continuing his rant, he said:He asserted:While reacting to the video, originally uploaded by YouTuber Phat Memer, Charlie discovered that Nazir was an ex-convict who had served a prison sentence for selling drugs.In the video, KSI also gave his take on the shop:Ironically, MoistCr1TiKaL suggested KSI box the shop's owner in response to the extortion.
He concluded:Fans gave their reaction to the clip. Many comments pointed out the 'perplexing' nature of the creators' influence.Read more on sportskeeda.com