The Amazing Atheist is the YouTube handle of Terroja Kincaid, a vlogger who produces monologue videos expressing his opinions on controversial topics. Initially, he spoke mostly about atheism and anti-theism, but later branched out to cover a wider variety of political and social issues. On November 20th, , TheAmazingAtheist  released his first video titled "Rant 1," in which he discussed his views on various world religions and atheism shown below. Many people criticized the video for Kincaid's use of ethnic slurs, including "towel head" and "nigger. On January 7th, , the amazingatheist Twitter  feed was created, which received over 26, followers within the next four years.
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TJ made them originally for a girl he was seeing at the time and sent it to two others which lead to it being eventually leaked out on the internet. TJ made a video on his Amazing Atheist channel on October 31, talking about the whole ordeal. TJ has showed no remorse for doing any of those things, citing his already infamous reputation on YouTube. The event comes up occasionally on the podcast but it rarely phases TJ, he has said that he sent the videos to a female he had trusted later had leaked the videos online. Some idiots believe that TJ leaked the videos himself for attention. Idiots that are debating TJ often brings up BananaGate to get a rise out of him when they have nothing of value to offer to the conversation. G Man claims that Brett Keane "stole his virginity" in a sense when Keane showed him the videos, Ben mocked G Man's poorly thought out phrasing.
View a list of all "Seal of Approval" posts! TheAmazingAtheist's leaked "Bananagate" pics i. Edward Current, a known atheist, makes sarcastic videos about "proving" atheists wrong. At one point in the video below, he says because hands fit around a banana so well, all life on Earth was designed for human pleasure. Actually, Edward Current's video is a spoof of the original, completely serious assertion of the same thing by Ray Comfort - a well known minister and evangelist.
His channel, known as The Amazing Atheist , rose to prominence through Kirk's criticism of religion. Kirk has since expanded his focus to other political and social issues. Kirk has more than 1 million subscribers on his main channel, and more than million views in total.