Fortnite pro and popular streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney threw major shade towards controversial YouTuber Logan Paul during a vlog of his trip to Japan – nearly a year after Paul’s highly criticized debacle in the country’s Aokigahara ‘Suicide Forest.’
Tfue traveled to Japan just after the 2018 Fortnite Korea Open, where he took first place in the Duos main event with fellow player and streamer Kristen ‘Kittyplays’ Michaela.
Just as he was headed to board his flight, Tfue mentioned Paul – specifically citing his incident in the country nearly a year prior.
“Let’s get up in here, get some vlog footage, hopefully not ruin my career like other YouTubers in the past,” Tfue stated, followed by an edit of Paul’s face from his own infamous vlog. “I’ll try my best,” Tfue continued, laughing.
Paul’s vlog caught the attention of media outlets worldwide, after he filmed the body of a deceased person upon entering an off-limits area of the forest in early 2018. Despite this major blow to Paul’s image, he has since been deemed one of 2018’s highest-earning YouTubers, raking in a reported $10 million according to Forbe’s top ten list.https://www.dexerto.com/fortnite/fa-ze-tfue-has-hilarious-encounter-with-player-using-his-name-at-korea-open-262502
Tfue’s vlog follows rumors that Paul was involved with social media star Corinna Kopf, who was reportedly dating Tfue after being seen with the Fortnite pro at a party by another streamer. Since then, footage surfaced of the two during MrBeast’s $100,000 YouTuber circle challenge – but Tfue denied any involvement with Kopf, according to messages with Drama Alert’s KEEMSTAR.
While Paul’s subtweets appeared to be linked to vague posts by Kopf, she publicly decried Paul’s actions in the forest just after his vlog went viral, with Paul himself confirming that she wasn’t too fond of him during an episode of his ‘imPaulsive’ podcast.