SlikeR baits Korean streamer with sneaky Minecraft prank - Dexerto

SlikeR baits Korean streamer with sneaky Minecraft prank

Published: 20/Sep/2019 0:00 Updated: 20/Sep/2019 2:00

by Brent Koepp


Popular Twitch streamer HAchubby was left shocked after her Minecraft streaming partner ‘ItsSlikeR‘ continuously baited her into falling for a sneaky trick that sent her character to an explosive death.

While Minecraft has exploded in popularity again in 2019, the game initially released over 10 years ago, leaving many Twitch streamers to discover well-known game mechanics for the first time. 


SlikeR found this out the hard way during his August 24 stream, when his chat fooled him into accidentally throwing his pickaxe into lava. Now, the Twitch personality has continued the cycle by sneakily baiting fellow streamer HAchubby during their Minecraft collaboration.

“What the f**k!?”

The two streamers had reached ‘The Nether’, a hellish dimension and one of the deepest levels in the sandbox game, when SlikeR told her they were going to sleep. “Put your bed down, but don’t sleep next to me, I sleep alone. Let’s sleep” he said.


After sneaking away from her, the Korean streamer clicked the bed to sleep and was instantly killed with a scorching explosion that left her frowning and stunned in silence, as players can not sleep in the Nether. 

Finally breaking her silence, she yelled “What the fuck!?” repeatedly.  Feigning ignorance, SlikeR came back into chat and acted confused by what happened, pretending that they had just died randomly.

Not just content with tricking her once, the Twitch streamer then baited HAchubby into sleeping in a bed again, after asking her when her birthday was and saying that he would send her a present if she went to sleep


“November, I’ll give you a birthday present,” he said to try to entice her. “Really!?” she said in excitement. “Yes, go to sleep, and I’ll give you a birthday present!”

Falling for it, the Korean streamer clicked to sleep in the bed, when the mattress exploded and her character was instantly killed while being engulfed in flames.

This time the Korean streamer knew that he was to blame and screamed “You, know!” repeatedly before shouting “What the hell!?”


Still acting coy, SlikeR continued to deny not knowing. “You know! You are very bad! Okay? You 100% know!” the Korean screamed.

From SlikeR’s point of view, he could hardly contain his laughter as he led his friend like a lamb to the slaughter. As HAchubby began to place her bed, he started crack a smile in anticipation.


After she exploded to her death, he couldn’t hold it in longer and had to mute his mic and put it away from his face as he broke out into an intense laughter, before putting his hand over his eyes after pulling off the sneaky prank.

Minecraft continues to be a force to be reckoned with, as it’s consistently in the top 10 most streamed categories on Twitch, and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. 

HAchubby while relatively new, already has over 91k followers and rising, while SlikeR has over 143k as of the time of this article.


Charli D’Amelio accused of baiting fans into using TikTok rival Triller

Published: 17/Oct/2020 16:39

by Charlotte Colombo


Disappointed fans have called out Charli D’Amelio for ‘baiting’ them into downloading TikTok rival app Triller, after she appeared to have promised fans that she has uploaded a full video of her doing the WAP on the platform.

With 65 million monthly users, Triller has become one of TikTok’s fiercest competitors. One of the biggest pulling points of TikTok is undeniably the number of influencers sharing content on the app such as Addison Rae, Chase Hudson and, of course, Charli D’Amelio.


So, with this in mind, it isn’t surprising that Triller are trying to follow in TikTok’s footsteps by trying to encourage some of the app’s biggest content creators to jump ship and join Triller – but it seems that the fans of these influencers won’t be swayed that easily.

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TikTok: Charli D'Amelio
Charli was directing TikTok fans to Triller so they could see a full video of her doing the WAP dance.

When uploading a TikTok of her seemingly doing a preview of the WAP dance, D’Amelio encouraged fans to download Triller to see a full version of the dance.


However, many fans who downloaded the app found themselves to be disappointed, with the resultant video being D’Amelio doing the worm rather than the WAP dance. This led to fans accusing D’Amelio’s TikTok of being misleading.

@charlidamelioteehee go see my triller @ charlidamelio♬ WAP(feat. Megan Thee Stallion) – Cardi B

One Triller user said: “Charli, why did you lie? You said in one the videos and TikToks that you’d be doing the WAP”, while several other users on the app were asking where the WAP video was.

Over on TikTok, several users commented on the original users that the video was a ‘cap’ (lie), and warned fans not to download the app. One TikTok user said that Charli had “bamboozled us”, while another said to fans: “Don’t waste your time I just watched she didn’t do it”.


Are the D’Amelio’s moving to Triller?

Many fans were confused about D’Amelio’s seemingly random move to Triller. One TikTok user said: “TikTok literally made you and now you’re transitioning to Triller?”, while another user asked: “How much is Triller paying you use the app?”

According to New York Times journalist Taylor Lorenz, fans’ fears of D’Amelio being paid by Triller may not be unfounded. She alleges that D’Amelio was given $2 million and a black Rolls Royce to make that video, while her father, Marc D’Amelio, was allegedly given a seat on Triller’s board.

Meanwhile, fans are also getting suspicious about Charli’s sister’s Dixie’s relationship with Triller, as she recently uploaded a similar ‘flip day’ video for TikTok directing people to content on her Triller account.


These suspicions about the D’Amelio family’s work with Triller comes after it was announced they were joining the platform in September.

At the time, it was confirmed that the family hadn’t joined the app in an exclusive deal, meaning that they were still able to create content on other platforms like TikTok and YouTube.


Could this all be about to change?