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Addison Rae hits out at Sebastian Topete for leaking private messages

Published: 13/Jun/2020 14:21

by Daniel Cleary


TikTok superstar Addison Rae has called out Clubhouse member Sebastian Topete for leaking their private messages amid his feud with Bryce Hall.

Clubhouse members Sebastian Topete and Isaak Presley have been under fire after releasing a divisive “smash or pass” video that many claimed was disrespectful to those mentioned.

Among those discussed in the video was Addison Rae, and while she did not initially confront Topete, Bryce Hall seemingly took matters into his own hands and did so on her behalf.

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Bryce Hall and Addison Rae have seemingly been in an ongoing on/off relationship.

Bryce Hall, who has recently fueled rumors that he is dating Addison again, criticized the TikTokers for their actions, labeling the video “trash” and sparking an online feud between himself and Sebastian Topete.

Topete quickly fired back at Hall, leaking private messages between himself and Rae discussing the video in private, adding, “I don’t know why this mans even pressed when even Addison is fine [with] it.”

The leaked conversation highlighted the Clubhouse star apologizing in private for his comments in the video and Addison saying that she “didn’t take it the wrong way at all” and that “it was nice”.

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While she did not seem to mind his comments in the video, Addison Rae was not happy with her private messages being leaked and later hit out at Sebastian on Instagram.

She explained that she hated being involved in online drama and revealed that was partly why she wanted to clear the air with Sebastian in private.

“I’m not sure why my text messages are being put out on the internet,” she added, calling Sebastian out for exposing their messages “I hate having bad blood with anyone but I don’t think anyone should ever post private conversations without consent of the other person.”

Bryce Hall has also confronted Topete in person following some of the comments that were made online, as the pair went back on forth on Twitter following the incident.


How to watch Pokemon week on Twitch with Pokimane, xQc, more

Published: 25/Nov/2020 17:15

by Alice Hearing


Twitch streamer Ludwig Ahgren has announced a huge event where some of the platform’s biggest streamers will be opening hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of Pokemon cards live on stream. 

Pokemon cards have taken over platforms such as YouTube and Twitch as viewers flock to see their favorite personalities try to find some of the rarest collectibles.

The Pokemon TCG has seen a major explosion in value in 2020. Cards that once traded for nothing in decades past will now sell for as much as a house. Streamers on sites such as Twitch have been buying sealed booster boxes from the 90s to open live for viewers.

Ludwig himself recently scored a major win. On November 22, Twitch star Mizkif broke open 1st Edition sealed packs from the 1999 Fossil set, and Ludwig scored a 1st Edition Dragonite after streamer Trainwreckstv gave his pack to him. Now Ludwig is taking the hobby even further with a huge week-long event.

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Ludwig’s event will take place across a week in December

How to watch

Ludwig announced that viewers can tune in to his channel from Monday, December 7 at 4pm PST on Ludwig’s channel where over the course of a week, top streamers will be opening one box of Pokemon cards per day, worth $235,000.

The streamers involved will be Trainwreck, ConnorEatsPants, MoistCr1TiKaL, xQc, Pokimane, and Mizkif. Karl Jacobs will also join in on Connor’s stream according to Ludwig.

Fans have shown a mix of excitement about the event and concern for the sheer amount of money going into the latest craze. One person on Twitter responded, “Pokémon addiction is getting out of hand,” while another user wrote, “This is gonna be awesome to watch the madness unfold.”

Popular streamers have also shown their concern for the trend. Streamer Sodapoppin recently described it as “promoting gambling on stream.” But clearly this hasn’t deterred Twitch’s biggest stars from attempting to cash in.