100 Thieves’ CouRage reveals how his car was totaled

Andy Williams
CouRageJD (Twitter)/Lincoln

100 Thieves personality, Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop, has revealed that his car has been totaled following a car accident in Los Angeles in December, while hinting that a replacement is already in the works.

Navigating Los Angeles roads can be a stressful affair at the best of times. While CouRage might not be a native West Coaster, he has resided there ever since joining Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag’s organization, 100 Thieves. 

On December 5, Dunlop detailed how he got into his first-ever car accident and thankfully everyone came away unscathed. Little did the 100T streamer know that this would kickstart a cascade of car-related incidents.

100 Thieves (YouTube)CouRage joined 100T back in May 2019.

Mere days after his initial bump, the popular streamer explained how his Lincoln MKZ had been rear-ended for the second time

CouRage also attached a picture to his Tweet, which reveals the extent of the damage caused. “Guy just drove straight into the back of me while sitting at a red light,” Dunlop wrote. “He must’ve been going 30 miles an hour.”

Just over one month on from the accident, the 25-year-old has explained that his car has in fact been totaled as a result of the crash.

RIP to my car… It has officially been deemed totaled. You treated me well. Just grateful we weren’t hurt when we got rear ended.”

After revealing that the car had been written off, CouRage teased that he’d soon be rocking a new set of wheels: “With that said, I’ve got something new on the way.”

After dropping the hint at something new being on the horizon, Dunlop left it at just that. His followers were keen to try and guess what the popular streamer would be soon cruising around in, with the general consensus pointing towards a Tesla.

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