More meddling occurred thanks to the great Content ID fiasco of late 2013 on YouTube which didn't make things easy for Kdin because many of his videos had monetization options disabled so Kdin would no longer be paid for those videos.
In April 2014, Kdin was forced to private all videos on his Spam channel on YouTube entirely. This was due to the group he was partnered with demanding him to have a more regular and bigger uploading schedule (as in five to seven videos a week) and tone down or remove some of the content that could run afoul of YouTube's and the partner network's rules. However, he still streams on Twitch, is trying to leave his partner network on YouTube, and is very active on both Twitter, Tumblr, and with Achievement Hunter (although it took him a while to join in on their Let's Plays).
As of June 2014, the YouTube and Twitch channels and the Tumblr blog have been closed, suggesting that Multipurpose Spamis completely dead and Kdin is now dedicated to his job with Achievement Hunter.
Keep Circulating the Tapes: Good luck finding any videos that Jenzen used to have from his channel before he removed all of his videos and closed his account. They even got rid of the main page here on This Very Wiki.
Missing Episode: Until the situations mentioned here on this page caused all of Kdin's pre-AH videos to disappear, his 2009 Easter special where he and his friends played a Sanrio game for the Game Boy Advance called Cinnamoroll Koko Ni Ruyo.
Old Shame: Kdin views many of the older Spam Plays and Random Spams as done in poor quality, but he keeps them around for fans that don't mind the lower quality material.
Apparently now the whole series has become one for him, considering that even our page on the series was deleted, so it's only a matter of time before the subpages (including the one that you're reading right now) goes away.