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Porn star roasts Twitch streamer Trainwrecks in hilarious practical joke

by Virginia Glaze

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Thanks to Twitch’s status as the net’s most popular livestreaming platform, it makes sense that the site would see all manner of users - from magicians to fortune tellers and even adult film stars.

Popular Twitch streamer ‘Trainwrecks’ is known for the hilarious antics that occur during his IRL broadcasts, as well as his infamous ‘Scuffed’ podcast - but one porn actress roasted his very existence to ashes during a practical joke.

Like many other celebrities, adult film stars also offer personalized video messages for fans, which can sometimes cost a pretty penny.

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Adult film star Aidra Fox had some savage comments for Twitch streamer Trainwrecks.

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However, one such personalized message wasn’t meant for a special fan: rather, it was part of a humorous practical joke, played on Trainwrecks - which he shared on stream for his audience to see.

Porn star Aidra Fox sent a “message” to Trainwrecks, in which she called herself a “big fan” - but her compliments took a savage turn, after learning that the message was intended for the streamer.

“Wait - is this that streamer, Trainwrecks?” Fox can be heard asking. “Oh, fuck him and his 'squadW' bullshit.”

Fox’s comments understandably drew an outburst of laughter from friends on his group call, after which Trainwrecks explained that he and Fox were “cool” with each other, despite her hilarious insults.

“She’s messing around,” he admitted. “She’s super cool. ...she’s really supportive of 'squadW.'”

This hilarious interaction follows Trainwrecks' jaw-dropping realization on the same stream, where he learned that he’d overpaid for a logo that wasn’t even an original artwork.

Rather than getting the original design he’d commissioned from a graphic designer, Trainwrecks had paid $350 for a clipart logo, which he'd discovered after a quick Google search.

“What? It IS [clipart]!” he said in shock, going on to note that his “original” emotes had also been “created” by the artist he’d commissioned. “The same person who made my original emotes made this for me, dude! ...Dude, I paid him fucking $350, are you kidding me?”

Trainwrecks continues to bring viewers hilarious moments, with over 313,000 followers on Twitch as of June 21.