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Overwatch streamer Fran exposes "months" of gross Twitter messages

by Brent Koepp

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Popular Overwatch streamer Francine ‘Fran’ Vo revealed to her followers that someone has been spamming her with disturbing Twitter DMs for "months."

Fran is one of the most popular streamers in Overwatch, as her high-ranking support skills make her a force to be reckoned with in Blizzard's competitive hero shooter.

However on April 26, the player exposed a person that has been contacting her on social media. The culprit had been sending her disgusting messages for months.

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Fran reveals disturbing Twitter DMs

The Overwatch player opened up about the bizarre messages on Twitter, and revealed the disturbing subject of the DMs she had been receiving from the same individual.

"This person has been messaging me about poop for MONTHS," she tweeted. Her post included several photos which compiled months worth of texts from the disturbing person.

Examples of the message included "Happy Poo Year!" sent at the beginning of January. And "One day I pray for a reply from my favourite streamer." The potty-based humor was sent for over eight months.

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Followers of Fran were disgusted by the bathroom themed messages, although some mocked the culprit. User 'RIPAmbad' replied, "That is...some..."dedication," I guess."

Another user 'tm_flood' hit out toxic viewers she's encountered in the past, exclaiming, "Somehow I imagine this is a welcomed DM compared to most others you receive on a daily basis."

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Followers of the Overwatch streamer mocked the culprit sending her messages.

While the messages are strange to say the least, if nothing else her post is an eye-opening look at the kind of disturbing interactions female streamers have to deal with.

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Despite the bizarre DMs she's been receiving for almost a year, Fran has been crushing it lately in the team-based shooter. On April 19, her team took top prize at the Flash Ops: Echo Showdown.

The streamer also announced on Twitter that she's running her own Overwatch tournament starting  on May 2. 'Fran's Community Cup' will have a prizepool of $3,000.