Soulja Boy hilariously loses his mind when he wins his first streamed Fortnite game - Dexerto

Soulja Boy hilariously loses his mind when he wins his first streamed Fortnite game

Published: 8/Nov/2018 13:16 Updated: 8/Nov/2018 13:29

by Matt Porter


American rapper DeAndre Way, better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, has started to stream Fortnite on Twitch, and his reaction to winning his first live streamed game of Fortnite is priceless.

The artist was playing duos matches alongside streamer ‘SwaggerLeeTV’, when the pair found themselves in the final circle, with just two enemies remaining.

With very little health yet, Soulja Boy was forced to hang back and try and pick off his opponents from a distance, while SwaggerLee pushed in to try and find the kills.

The Twitch streamer managed to kill one at close range, and while SwaggerLeeTV and his opponent got into a build battle, Soulja Boy was able to eliminate him with the Scar.

The rapper became a global star with his track ‘Crank That’.

The American immediately bounced off his chair, screaming “Let’s go,” in delight as he celebrated his win.

Soulja Boy started asking his stream what was wrong with the players they just faced off against, before yelling: “I told you all! I’m not playing! I headshotted him from like a mile away, gang shit!

“Turn the fuck up, that’s how we do it! Wins early in the morning, dubs early in the morning, and I got the last kill,” concluded the rapper.

“That was fun,” laughed Soulja Boy, before hopping back into the Battle Bus.

The rapper began streaming back in September, and has already amassed a massive 32,000 followers in less that two months.

Soulja Boy isn’t the first rapper to take an interest in Fortnite and Twitch. Earlier in the year, Drake played the battle royale game on stream with Ninja, and has since went on to become a co-owner of 100 Thieves.


Thomas Petrou reveals Hype House could be moving again

Published: 27/Oct/2020 19:44

by Virginia Glaze


Hype House co-founder Thomas Petrou has hinted that the content collective could be moving to a new location, once again, after multiple instances of their address leaking online.

The Hype House is one of TikTok’s most popular groups, comprised of several high-profile content creators who live under a single roof to make the most out of their videos and social media posts.

However, being internet-famous is no cakewalk, as overly enthusiastic fans have leaked their address multiple times online, resulting in a crowd of viewers clogging their driveway and generally disturbing the peace of their neighborhood.

Thus, the Hype House — alongside rival group the Sway House — have had to pack up and move quite a few times, but it doesn’t look like their moving days are over just yet.


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In an October 27 vlog, Thomas Petrou revealed that he and his Hype House homies are looking for a new home, although they haven’t exactly nailed down a solid location at the moment.

“We’re looking into moving,” Thomas said in the vlog. “Not necessarily right this second, but we’re looking at properties today.”

Although the group found one home that several of them liked (the roof of which Thomas unfortunately showed off during the video), it doesn’t seem like things are set in stone, giving the group some wiggle room if they find a more suitable abode in the interim.

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It makes sense that the House would want to move; in a series of Instagram posts in July, Petrou revealed that over 100 visitors would visit their home per day, making for a fairly chaotic living situation for just about everyone involved.

As previously mentioned, the Hype House aren’t the only ones facing such troubles. Even the Sway House and YouTuber David Dobrik have dealt with major invasions of privacy as of late, with strangers showing up to his doorstep and leaving their animals at his front gate.

While it’s definitely cool to meet your favorite internet stars, it’s important to remember that they are people, too, who are deserving of their own personal privacy — no matter how many followers they have on social media.