Jeremy Wang, also known as Disguised Toast, is a Forbes 30 Under 30 Games 2021 candidate who has risen to great heights in recent years. The world-famous streamer and YouTuber is best known for his hilarious and star-studded Among Us streams.

Disguised Toast recently ended their two-year relationship with Facebook gaming. However, no one knows where the sarcastic genius is going. Toast’s wrath was directed at Twitch streamer Scarra in a Twitter thread that revealed the details of Toast’s next stream.

The multi-talented content creator used to stream on Twitch before switching to Facebook, and he recently revealed why he made the switch. And chastised Twitch, the world’s largest streaming platform, for undervaluing its 2019 offers. Toast has finally spoken out about the incident two years after it occurred, as well as announced his departure from Facebook Gaming.

While there isn’t much concrete information about DisguisedToast’s next platform, he did share some exciting news with his fans. Disguised Toast will stream again at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET/6 p.m. GMT, according to an announcement made earlier today.

Scarra, a former League of Legends pro-player turned Twitch Streamer who is also Toast’s friend, reacted to the news with a tweet. He stated that no one, including himself, is aware of the next platform. And the only way to learn is to tune into the stream.

DisguisedToast, unfortunately for Scarra, had something to say about it.

This should come as no surprise to Disguised Toast fans all over the world, as this is simply Toast in his natural state. Jeremy stressed the importance of secrecy, saying that not even his mother knows what’s coming next.

Both streamers’ fans took to Twitter to speculate and ask questions about the next streaming platform. However, it appears that the community will have to wait a few hours to find out when the stream will begin. Toast and Scarra have been working on OfflineTV for quite some time. And there’s no other way to find out if Scarra and Toast’s mother doesn’t know.