During his Warzone Invitational event, Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag finally confirmed when and where he’ll be getting his ‘sex is temporary, gaming is forever’ tattoo.
Retweet challenges are dangerous game online, especially when you’re a well-known figure and your fans can hold you to your word.
That’s exactly what Nadeshot found out when Twitch streamer and fellow 100 Thieves member Froste asked him how many retweets he needed for the 100 Thieves CEO to get a ‘sex is temporary, gaming is forever’ tattoo.
With Nadeshot setting the goal at 100,000, it seemed like hitting such a huge number was an impossible task. However, with the help of CouRage, TimTheTatMan, Ninja, and other huge personalities, Froste’s tweet easily reached 100,000 retweets.
Now, Nadeshot has finally revealed when he’ll be getting the tattoo, as well as where it’s going on his body.
Although Nadeshot is relatively calm about the idea of getting Froste’s tattoo now, that wasn’t always the case. Back in February, it was obvious he didn’t expect the streamer to get anywhere near the 100,000 retweet goal.
His reaction to the news that Froste had indeed hit 100,000 retweets was absolutely priceless and was all caught on camera as Nadeshot was streaming at the time.
Three months later, Nadeshot has finally revealed when and where he will be getting the tattoo. During his Invitational Warzone event on May 18, the 100 Thieves CEO revealed that he’d be going to get the tattoo on May 24.
Nadeshot was also asked where he’d be putting the ‘sex is temporary, gaming is forever’ tattoo on his body. In response, he said he’s getting Froste’s tattoo put on his thigh, so he doesn’t have to see it every day.
“Yeah May 24, this Monday actually, sex is temporary, gaming is forever… I’m going to put it on my thigh somewhere, so I don’t have to see it every day.”
There’s no doubt that Nadeshot will post a picture of the tattoo on social media as soon as it’s finished. While it would be great to see him get the words tattooed in massive writing on his leg, it’s likely it’ll only be a small tattoo.
No matter how the tattoo looks in the end, it’ll always serve as a reminder to everyone that setting somebody a retweet challenge is not a good idea and can very easily backfire.