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Charli D’Amelio throws shade at ex-boyfriend Chase Hudson

Published: 7/Jul/2020 6:14 Updated: 7/Jul/2020 9:16

by Andrew Amos

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Charli D’Amelio has thrown plenty of shade at her ex-boyfriend Chase Hudson in the last 24 hours, including unfollowing him on Instagram and “subtweeting” numerous times about Hudson cheating on her with Nessa Barrett.

Charli D’Amelio and Chase Hudson might have broken up in April, but the drama is re-igniting. The younger D’Amelio twin has gone full send on July 6, hitting back at Hudson for playing down their breakup over allegations of cheating.

While it was rumored originally that Hudson hooked up with Josh Richard’s now-ex partner Nessa Barrett, it’s now looking like those rumors are facts.

Charli D'Amelio and Chase Hudson together
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D’Amelio and Hudson broke up in April.

Charli started by unfollowing the duo on Instagram, before posting a photo of herself in a bikini along with the caption “your loss ;)”.

Since then, dozens of other TikTokkers have unfollowed Hudson and Barrett, including Richards, who put out a tweet talking about cutting out the “fake people in your life.” A #lilhuddyisoverparty hashtag has also started trending on Twitter since Charli’s first post.

“You give them f**king second chances and they go behind your back to and try and f**k with you again. Biggest advice I have for you all, learn who’s real,” he said.

Charli didn’t stop with the one post though. She then went on to subtweet Hudson, saying “I hope she was worth it” in a now-deleted post. She also dismissed Hudson’s defense of both him and Barrett being single at the time of their “kiss.”

“You shouldn’t have come to my house after without telling me [about the kiss],” D’Amelio added.

The saga has divided the heads of TikTok, with everyone taking sides. Most people seem to be siding with Charli, including Anthony Reeves, Jaden Hossler, and Bryce Hall.

“Boy you need to, one, stop lying and giving half the truth to make yourself look better, and two, when we pulled up and confronted you in person you didn’t say sh*t except you were wrong. Sit down and be quiet on social media if you aren’t gonna talk in person,” Hossler said on Twitter.

Hall even teased the potential of a Still Softish part two, continuing on from the original diss track he dropped back in March about the breakup. “Hey Josh imagine if we did another diss track on the kid to actually crush his career this time,” he said on Twitter.

Hudson has responded to all the criticism, releasing a statement outing a bunch of other TikTokkers for reportedly cheating on their own partners, while also apologizing to Charli.

“The only person who has a right to be upset with me is Charli and I’m sorry I hurt her. We broke up and I messed up by kissing Nessa.

“I’m not sorry to Josh, we are not boys and we haven’t been boys since he lied to Charli saying I had an STD six months ago trying to get her to stop seeing me. I’m not going to let these hypocrites try and ruin my life without their lives being out on the internet too.”

Chase later deleted all of his tweets on the subject, and retweeted a post from Jaden Hossler saying “we talked. No fighting. It’s settled.”

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Logic explains why he loves watching Twitch chess streamer GMHikaru

Published: 3/Dec/2020 19:30

by Michael Gwilliam

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Retired rapper turned Twitch streamer Robert ‘Logic’ Hall II praised chess Grand Master Hikaru Nakamura during a recent collaboration.

Chess has really taken off on Twitch within the last year or so, leading to some sizable events such as PogChamps that featured big names including Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel.

The rise of chess on the platform also helped elevate the career of professional player Hikaru Nakamura, who even got picked up by Team SoloMid as their first-ever chess player.

Now, Logic has gotten in on the chess hype and explained to Hikaru just why he loves watching his stream while talking with the elite player.

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Logic has taken Twitch by storm.

“You know what’s so funny about you is you’re such a f**king technical person that I love it,” Logic said, resulting in a wide smile by Hikaru.

“Like, when I watch your streams or I watch your streams with my wife, we love you because you’re such a character, but you’re just yourself. And I mean that in a very respectful way,” he added. “I mean, the way you talk, the way you play, like I don’t know if you realize just how hilarious you are.”

It’s definitely an interesting statement. Some of the most popular streamers in the world, such as Dr Disrespect, are full-blown over-the-top characters while others tend to be more natural and themselves.

Logic further explained that while Hikaru is funny, it’s not meant in an insulting way. “The way you talk, you’re hilarious man!” the artist beamed causing the streamer let out a hardy laugh.

“You scrub stomp and the way you talk is great,” he concluded, earning some thank-yous from the chess prodigy. “It’s fine to be peasant here with the king, upon playing the king today, I appreciate it.”

For GMHikaru, he was thankful for the praise and noted how Logic wasn’t the first person to say those things about him.

Even though 2020 may have been a bad year for many, it certainly wasn’t all that tragic for chess streamers. Hopefully, the trend continues and the game sees further growth in 2021 and the years to come.