Streamer calls boyfriend shy, he instantly proves her wrong in hilarious outburst

Published: 16/May/2019 10:17 Updated: 16/May/2019 14:06

by Matt Porter


Twitch streamer Jewel was hilariously upstaged by her boyfriend after claiming that her significant other was shy, only for him to quickly prove that wasn’t the case.

One of the things that makes Twitch so popular among viewers and creators alike is the fact that fans can talk to their favorite stars in real time thanks to the Twitch chat, and can often be seen asking for advice or opinions on different subjects.

Another draw is the idea that anything can happen while a stream is live, and that’s what viewers found out in incredibly funny fashion when Jewel got busted by her boyfriend after telling her audience that he was shy.

Instagram: jewel_xoxJewel was quickly shut down by her not-so-shy boyfriend!

Jewel’s boyfriend proves he’s not shy after all

While streaming on May 15, Jewel was asked by a viewer on her thoughts on guys trying to pick up girls by a member of her chat, keen to gauge her opinion on what she preferred when a guy was approaching her, and if she liked cocky and confident men as one had recently joined his place of work.

“I have always been attracted to the shy guys,” Jewel told the viewer. “I don’t like the loud mouth guys. So if you think that this guy is getting all the girls, I am guaranteeing you that there is at least one girl looking at you.”

Clearly listening from another room, Jewel’s boyfriend David approached the door and comedically informed her how wrong she was about being attracted to shy guys, saying: “Shut your dumb ass up! I’m not no fucking shy guy!”

“Yes you are,” retorted Jewel, as her boyfriend continued to deny the fact. “Why do you think girls always want to talk to you David? Because you won’t give them any attention because you’re shy!”

“Because I’m alpha as fuck!” yelled her boyfriend in response, while Jewel attempted to contain her laughter. “Because I’m the top dog motherfucker! I’ll shoot a bitch in his face! I’ll cut your pussy up and make you eat it like a piece of cake!”

As her boyfriend closed his door, a still giggling Jewel told her Twitch viewers: “Don’t let him fool you, he’s shy. He’s loud on the internet, but he’s fucking shy!”

While Jewel maintains that her boyfriend David is a shy, retiring wallflower, it’s admittedly hard to believe her after this hilarious clip that shows he can talk with the best of them – at least when he feels like it!


TikTok star Chase Hudson headlines Machine Gun Kelly film Downfalls High

Published: 6/Jan/2021 5:25 Updated: 6/Jan/2021 5:56

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Chase Hudson is already one of the most popular TikTok influencers in the scene, but now he’s taken the first steps towards an acting career by starring in Machine Gun Kelly’s film Downfalls High.

Chase Hudson has always looked confident and comfortable in front of a camera. It’s only natural when you’re one of the biggest TikTok influencers. But he’s about to take it to a whole new level.

He landed a lead role in Machine Gun Kelly’s musical film Downfalls High, which is set to release on January 15. Blink 182’s Travis Barker also played a role in the production, and it features some other stars, including Sydney Sweeny and Trippie Redd.

Unfortunately, the cast and crew have remained tight-lipped on all the details. However, Machine Gun kelly finally dropped a second teaser trailer, which is more elaborate than the first.

The film looks interesting and quirky and has been described as “a first of its kind musical experience.” Plus, it’s bound to be a treat for Chase’s fans, especially those who have been following him since day one. 

However, the fact he’s starring in the film has already become one of it’s biggest talking points. It’s inevitable when you’re a popular influencer. Some people feel like there’s room for improvement based on what they’ve seen in the trailer.

Others think he plays the part perfectly and will almost certainly smash the role. Either way, it’s impossible to make that assessment based on a 30-second trailer. You’ll have to watch the film in its entirety to know for sure.

Charli D'Amelio and Chase Hudson
Instagram: charlidamelio
Chase Hudson’s debut in Machine Gun Kelly’s film will undoubtedly take his stardom to new heights.

In the end, though, it’s still a massive first step into an acting career, regardless of whether people love or hate his performance. 

His name alone adds a lot of weight to the film, and being able to collaborate with other talented stars, and creators must be nice.

Downfalls High’s release is around the corner, and it’s already trending on various social media platforms. Only time will tell whether it’s a hit, but all the signs point towards that direction.