Twitch star Kai Cenat recently ended a livestream with MrBeast in a very dramatic way – by setting off indoor fireworks that seemingly blew up his streaming room. This stunt, which was definitely meant to shock and entertain viewers, left many of the live audience members feeling terrified.

Kai Cenat, also known as Kai Carlo Cenat III, is currently the top Twitch streamer in the United States. His collaboration with the world-renowned YouTuber, MrBeast, was a highly anticipated event. During the livestream, the duo gave away a total of $310,000 to lucky viewers, splitting the money 31 ways. All this was done while sitting in front of a massive pile of fireworks.

For some, watching Cenat excitedly talk about using his fireworks for “defense” while MrBeast smiled and joked around may seem a bit odd. But the quarter of a million people who tuned in clearly enjoyed the show, and that’s something worth acknowledging.

Throughout the hour-long stream, Cenat and MrBeast randomly selected viewers to receive money, promoted MrBeast’s chocolate bars, and engaged in light-hearted banter. At one point, Cenat’s friend Davis entered the room carrying a large cake made of fireworks. A staged argument ensued about past incidents involving fireworks, leading to a physical altercation between Cenat and Davis. Eventually, Davis placed his cake on top of the fireworks pile and lit it up.

The resulting explosion created a massive amount of smoke, completely engulfing the room. While the visual effect was impressive, the lack of colorful explosions left some viewers wanting more. The stream ended abruptly as the smoke cleared, leaving many viewers in awe of the spectacle they had just witnessed.

If only indoor fireworks behaved like they do in cartoons, offering a dazzling display of colors and lights. Nevertheless, the unconventional fireworks show provided viewers with a unique and memorable experience, even if it was a departure from traditional July 4 celebrations.