Just watched the highlight now and , the irritation in his voice is palpable. My guess is that he started talking about how Fullsauce is a full-time job and how having another job on top of that is too much in order to imply that Vappy quit of his own volition - but if that was the case, there would be no reason to be so dodgy about the truth. If he had really wanted to avoid those kinds of questions at the time, he could've easily said that Vappy had some real life obligations to tend to, and so he had to drop his role with Vinesauce. It also would've been very easy to say the same thing during last night's stream and just keep moving on, and most fans wouldn't have questioned it.Speaking of Vinny and controversy, he was randomly confronted about Vappy's disappearance on stream last night during MM2. It was amusing to hear his voice cracking and fidgeting as he tried to skirt around the issue and basically give a "Life happens man" response.
The fact that he fixated on it for so long and sounded obviously annoyed with the people asking makes it pretty clear that he knows that we already know what really happened. But, as always with Vinny, instead of telling a slick lie and moving on, he makes it blatantly clear that he's lying, says some bullshit that no one would ever believe, and then gets angry with chat for picking apart his statement/for asking in the first place. You can't say "family stuff" and then start rambling about how hard it is to have a RL full-time job and manage Fullsauce simultaneously. Those two things do not mesh, and he knows it - that's why he got so snippy with chat so quickly. He came in a little too hot, and now even the people who may not have realized it before now know that something fucky went on there. Smooth cover, Vin.