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Are Tfue and Corinna back together? Ex-couple plays Fortnite after breakup

Published: 7/Jul/2019 0:27 Updated: 7/Jul/2019 1:45

by Virginia Glaze


Popular Fortnite pro Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney has officially parted ways with YouTuber Corinna Kopf, as announced in a series of Tweets posted on July 3 – but their online activity could tell a different story in wake of their split.

Despite their recent breakup, the two were spotted playing Fortnite together shortly thereafter, with the two making playful banter in spite of their new relationship status.

“It was cute when you got upset about me texting people,” Turner commented.

“That’s not cute, that’s crazy,” she responded. “I’m gonna go take a bath. Maybe you can FaceTime me or something?”

“Maybe,” he replied. “I’m just gonna get off and text girls.”

Corinna herself admitted that she “misses” Tfue during her own stream of the game, going on to state that she hopes to get back together with him in the future.

“God, I hope so,” she said in response to a fan asking if they would get back together. “But we are on good terms. I love Turner to death.”

Kopf’s statement echoes the sentiments laid out in her Tweet a week prior, where she came clean about their breakup and claimed that they’d had a loving relationship that was ultimately shot down due to distance.

“I have nothing but love for Turner,” Kopf wrote. “…we had a very healthy and loving relationship, but ultimately the distance and a few other things made our relationship difficult.”

Corinna Kopf, Twitter500

Kopf had previously complained about constantly traveling to visit Tfue from Los Angeles, noting that he would rarely travel to the city to see her because he “hated” it: a hatred likely further inflamed by his ongoing legal battle with esports giant FaZe Clan.

Despite Corinna’s hopes, Tfue admitted that he doesn’t want to date anyone for a while, stating that he doesn’t want a girl in his life at present – although his conversation with Corinna during their game of Fortnite could hint at a softer side to their current relationship.

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Speculation aside, the couple is still clearly separated as of July 6, with no official reunion in sight – for now.


Body painter slams TikTok for taking down Halloween video

Published: 31/Oct/2020 12:23

by Connor Bennett


Popular body painter Intraventus has hit out at TikTok after they removed a number of her recent videos, including ones centered on Among Us and Catwoman. 

Body painting has long been a hot topic on the internet, with many platforms having vague rules about it, even though viewers will sit and watch the impressive transformations for hours on end.

One of the most popular body painters around is Intraventus. She streams her paintings on Twitch, amassing thousands of viewers each time she takes on a new project, though, she has plenty of issues with being banned and having content struck down

While she hasn’t had a problem with Twitch for a while, she is now having trouble posting videos on TikTok, and the streamer has hit out at the social media platform over the constant removal of her posts. 

Intraventus, Instagram

The body painter flagged an issue on October 28 as her Catwoman TikTok was taken down minutes after posting. “Also wasn’t reinstated when appealed. This needs to stop,” she said, attaching the original post for anyone who missed it. 

She followed that up and noted that she had another problem on October 30 as her impressive Among Us Halloween-themed body painting video was also deleted by TikTok. 

“Well what do you know? This was taken down, too. @tiktok_us What the actual fuq,” the body painter tweeted, re-posting the video of her Among Us Halloween-themed look. 

One response suggested that, because Intraventus had used a gun in her Among Us video, TikTok had flagged it for removal on that basis.

However, the body painter noted that she and plenty of other TikTok users have held up or shown a gun in their videos, but they have been allowed to stay online instead of being deleted. 

Similarly to Twitch, which has also had issues surrounding body painting content, TikTok doesn’t exactly give detailed reasoning for a ban or suspension, and usually just says that content is in violation of community guidelines. 

There’s no telling if they’ll change and clarify reasons a bit more in the future, or if they’ll leave creators somewhat in the dark. Though, Intraventus would like to see something change.