Ever since announcing his relationship with YouTuber Corinna Kopf in early March, Fortnite pro and popular Twitch streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney as been getting more and more public with his amore - but their relationship hit a “rocky” moment during a Fortnite stream on June 27.
During their stream, Kopf explained that she flies out of Los Angeles to visit Tfue on a regular basis, but is frustrated that he won’t return the favor.
According to Kopf, Tfue “hates” visiting Los Angeles - a matter that she didn’t elaborate on, but one that Tfue has spoken out about in the past, and is likely heightened due to his current legal battle with esports giant FaZe Clan.
In fact, Kopf was so put out by his lack of gumption to visit her that she decided to “take a break” from her boyfriend on stream - leading to a hilarious reaction from Tfue.
“He’s only visited me in LA only two times, and he doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with that,” she began. “...All I know is that I go and visit you way more and you just don’t put in effort anymore. I think I’m just gonna do this publicly - I wanna take a break.”
Tfue obviously didn’t take Kopf’s comments seriously, stifling a laugh before she finally admitted that she was kidding.
“Wait, why are you kidding?” Tfue jokingly retorted. “I was down!”
While Kopf’s comments were made in jest, she echoed a similar sentiment in a Twitch stream a week prior, where she vented about her boyfriend taking his time after making plans.
“I can’t tell you how many times he tells me he’s gonna do something and I sit there and fucking watch him play,” Kopf explained. “If you say we’re gonna play, let’s fucking play.”
Despite their “grievances,” both Kopf and Tfue continue to create hilarious moments together during their joint streams, with Kopf even “exposing” him for allegedly having a less-than-savory fetish in the bedroom.
Corinna’s Twitch channel is already booming, boasting over 182,000 followers as of June 28 - a far cry from her 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube.
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