iShowspeed religion: Is iShowspeed Muslim or Christian?

IShowSpeed, a popular YouTuber, led his fans and followers on the platform to believe that he had converted to Islam in his most recent video by using a clickbait title. As a result, they questioned whether or not he had become a Muslim during the World Cup.

During his time in the United Arab Emirates, the American streamer was able to cross another item off of his bucket list when he paid a visit to the magnificent Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Dubai. He returned home after his trip to the UAE in awe of the Muslim culture.

Yesterday, Darren, better known online as ‘IShowSpeed,’ published the most recent installment of his travel vlog on YouTube. In the video, he and his buddy, a fellow YouTuber, and tour guide Rashid Saif Belhasa, nicknamed Money Kicks, explore the Muslim and Arab culture of the Arab country.

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IShowSpeed was captivated and enthralled by the tranquil culture and breathtaking scenery of the place. Before entering the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, he even draped himself in a traditional white kandoora, which is an Arab dress worn locally.

As soon as they entered the large mosque, the YouTuber said in a quiet voice:

‘The only things I can think of are white birds, water, tranquility, capability, and luck’.

Those who are familiar with the streams that IShowSpeed produces are aware that the majority of his content includes angry and ridiculous moments. On the other hand, his most recent video had an oddly calming effect.

Who is IShowSpeed?

Darren Watkins Jr., better known by his alias IShowSpeed, is one of the most prolific content creators on YouTube. He is extremely well-liked by members of the online football community, particularly those who participate in e-sports.

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IShowSpeed frequently participates in live streams and creates amusing videos of himself playing the EA Sports FIFA game.

The American YouTuber is known for his over-the-top responses and for humorously mispronouncing the names of international players. He has more than 12 million subscribers.

Recently, after releasing his song “World Cup” on YouTube in anticipation of the next FIFA World Cup in Qatar, he had a meteoric rise in popularity throughout social media platforms.

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