What is the tea between Rahul Kohli and Adam Kovic? Rahul is a 34-year-old British actor best known for his role as Dr Ravi Chakrabarti in the television series iZombie, and his guest appearances on the YouTube channel Funhaus. After a recent tweet ‘calling out’ Adam Kovic, many fans are begging him to spill the tea.

Gaming fans have recently asked Rahul if he is still a part of the Funhaus channel. He replied in a tweet that he refuses to make any content with them and hasn’t been part of the channel for more than a year.

Find out more below.

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What’s the tea between Rahul Kohli and Adam Kovic?

Rahul Kohli used to be a member of Funhaus, an American video-gaming YouTube channel owned by American production company Rooster Teeth. However, he recently confirmed on Twitter that he would no longer produce content with them.

Rahul insisted that his feelings towards Adam had nothing to do with the recent drama concerning leaked nudes.

Fans react to Rahul Kohli’s tweet

Fans have reacted in many different ways to Rahul’s tweet from yesterday morning, October 6th, at 10:32 AM. It read: “I haven’t been a part of the Funhaus family for over a year and refuse to make any further content with them. Blame Adam Kovic.”

What happened between Rahul and Adam? Feeling out of the loop, fans commented with a flood of questions about why Rahul left Funhaus and what the beef between the two was.

In the meantime, it appears that Adam Kovic has blocked Rahul Kohli, as evidenced by a screenshot shared on Twitter.

Fans react to the drama between Rahul Kohli and Adam Kovic

Some defended Funhaus and tried to remind Rahul he was ‘part of the family.’

Many were so shocked that they could only use a GIF to express their emotions.

Rahul’s fans are bored in quarantine and want some gossip to spice up their lives!

Rahul hasn’t fully explained yet what actually went down between him and Adam, or with Funhaus, but fans are hoping it will all unravel soon.

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