Ninja brings back "you little shit" catchphrase after losing $1,000 bet - Dexerto

Ninja brings back “you little shit” catchphrase after losing $1,000 bet

Published: 21/May/2019 9:00 Updated: 21/May/2019 9:47

by David Purcell


Fortnite Battle Royale or producing some memorable moments with other streamers, but the return of his “you little shit” catchphrase might be one of the best yet. 

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The Twitch streamer, who has over 14 million followers on the platform, lost a $1,000 bet to partner Malachi ‘Reverse2k’ Greiner after saying that he couldn’t win a game after his three teammates were eliminated. 

Once he had won the match, Ninja kept true to his word, dropped the large sum of money in one donation, and was waiting around for a big reaction in return – but it never came. So, he decided that enough was enough and brought back one of his most iconic sayings – calling him a “little shit” on stream. 


Epic GamesNinja and co. were playing Fortnite Battle Royale’s Season 9 when the donation was made.
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“I was waiting for Reverse to read my donation,” he said, after completely missing the gamer talk about the huge sum on stream. “I did. I did. I said thank you,” Reverse2k responded. 

“For the thousand dollars, you said thank you?” Ninja shouted, with a smile on his face. “I just gave you a fucking grand you little shit… Are you out of your mind? That’s the most money you’ve ever seen!” 

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Fellow streamer Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop, who often teams up with the pair, couldn’t help but burst into laughter in the background as Ninja hasn’t pulled out this type of reaction in quite some time – especially when playing Fortnite Battle Royale. He even challenged Ninja to send a grand in his direction, so that he could show Reverse how it’s done. 


“Ninja… I’m gonna be able to feed my family this week,” CouRage said, pretending to cry. “One thousand dollars, grandma we can get you your arthritis surgery now. Oh my god thank you, Ninja. You saved my family.” 

It’s unlikely that we’ll hear Ninja use the catchphrase regularly in the near future, as he tends to only bring it out every so often, and is more reserved about foul language on streams now. At least he’s still got it in him.