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Ninja’s three most annoying viewer questions – Myth, Courage, Dashy and more respond

Published: 12/Apr/2019 10:36 Updated: 12/Apr/2019 10:58

by Connor Bennett


Popular Twitch streamer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins can more often than not be found streaming with a smile on his face, but there are some common questions from his viewers that frustrate him on a regular basis.

Twitch broadcasters will regularly receive comments, via their chat or donations, that they don’t particularly like for one reason or another – be it insulting, making reference to something they don’t want to talk about or something that they read or hear regularly and respond to often.  

That is no different for Ninja, even though the 27-year-old is one of the most viewed and popular streamers on the platform – attracting thousands of viewers on a daily basis to watch him dominate in Fortnite.

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On April 12, the streaming giant revealed the three messages that he absolutely hates receiving on Twitch, posting on Twitter: “List your top three comments you hate seeing in your Twitch chat. Mine are: 1. How do I unsubscribe from this streamer? 2. Jesus, you look so tired 3. Ninja your trash khed [kid] get good.”

Ninja also encouraged his fellow streamers to pull back the curtain and chime in with their own responses – and en masse they did, with some revealing more hilarious comments.

Former Call of Duty caster-turned-streamer Jack ‘Courage’ Dunlop replied with the fact that his viewers regularly tease him for playing Fortnite but also make requests that he teams up with other streamers.

Team Solo Mid star Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani made jokes about viewers referring to him as ‘falling off’ – something which Ninja himself has even poked fun at in the past.

Myth’s fellow Fortnite professional, FaZe Clan’s Dennis ‘Cloak’ Lapore, added that his viewers are always looking to see his partner Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney rather than stick around on his stream.

OpTic Gaming CoD star Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell echoed Cloak’s annoyances, as his fans regularly ask him if he knows when Seth ‘Scump’ Abner will be going live.

Popular Fortnite streamer Rachel ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter, who joined 100 Thieves in 2018, stated that her viewers don’t believe that her hair is real but do want to meet her in real life and take the streamer to their school prom.

Professional Baseball player Trevor May, who regularly streams his games with Ninja, revealed that he can’t even use Twitch to escape sports fandom as he regularly receives comments teasing him about upcoming games.

Seeing as the streamers have now revealed what annoys them the most, they can probably expect some viewers to ramp their commenting up another level – doing their best to trigger the broadcaster.

Luckily, Twitch has time out and banning features, so at least streamers have some sort of filter to stop annoying queries and comments.


Logan Paul claims Mayweather is delaying fight because he can’t spell

Published: 22/Nov/2020 0:32

by Theo Salaun


Mere days after Floyd Mayweather talked trash to Logan Paul, the eldest Paul brother has clapped back with barbed allegations that Mayweather’s illiteracy must explain why the undefeated boxer has yet to sign their fight contract.

We are approaching the holiday season and, as far as content goes, the Paul brothers are a gift that just keeps on giving. In the YouTube and entertainment conjoined industries, Logan and his brother Jake are media magnets for their braggadocious and oft-outlandish behavior. 

In the fighting world, Mayweather has had the most lucrative career of any boxer precisely because he too is willing to build hype by leaning into drama. From beefing with 50 Cent to fighting UFC’s Conor McGregor in August 2017, Mayweather is no stranger to content outside of the ring.

Now, Paul and Mayweather’s fight appears to be growing in likelihood, with both sides taking to social media to diss one another. About two months of silence after reports suggested a fight was brewing, Money Mayweather reignited the flames on Twitter.

From misgendering Paul and suggesting he should “find some Barbie dolls to play with,” the meat of Mayweather’s insult is that he expects to give the influencer the same treatment he gave McGregor: “I had to put a muzzle on that b***h. Logan Paul can get the same treatment.” 

Paul initially responded by quote-tweeting with a “50-1,” alluding to being the one who can break Mayweather’s undefeated streak. But now he has given a more elaborate response, filming himself working out before following in 50 Cent’s footsteps with an elaborate jab at the legendary boxer’s alleged illiteracy. 


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While Paul joked that he first thought the contract hadn’t been signed by Floyd yet because of fear, that concern has changed: “I feel like maybe you haven’t signed it because you don’t know how to spell your name.”

The concern then grows more elaborate, as Paul proceeds to show Mayweather how to spell his name using a variety of print-outs. Of course, the “W” page falls away, coincidentally because Floyd “ain’t getting the W anyway.”

After quickly alluding to Floyd’s first “L,” Paul then signs the video off with a simple request: “Sign the f**king contract, Floyd.” As of yet, there’s been no response, but one can only assume that soon after pen meets paper, these trash-talkers will meet in the ring.