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Tfue dances shirtless on stream after losing Fortnite bet with viewers

Published: 5/Aug/2019 0:33 Updated: 8/Oct/2020 17:16

by Albert Petrosyan

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Thanks to ending up on the wrong end of a Fortnite wager with his viewers, Twitch star Turner ‘Tfue‘ Tenney had to dance shirtless live on stream. 

When it comes to making promises on stream, Tfue should use his latest experience as a lesson for why he should think twice in the future.

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On August 3, the Fortnite World Cup finalist pledged to his audience that if he ended up getting eliminated by one of the game’s new BRUTE mech suits, he would take off his shirt and dance in front of the camera.

Surely enough, as destiny would have it, he did indeed fall victim to an enemy robot, putting him in a corner from which the only way out was to shake his hips on stream.

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“I need to explain to people why I’m even doing this in the first place,” he said with a smile on his face. “I literally for some reason said, if I die to a f*cking mech this game, I’ll take my shirt off and do the Homer Grind. Just take the mechs out of the game”

Tfue put up a bit of a fight before actually agreeing to go through with his promise, initially fearing that he would in violation of Twitch’s terms of service.

However, thanks to some strong persuasion from his ex-girlfriend and online celebrity Corinna Kopf, who was on the call with him at the time, he ultimately went through with the dance.

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“Okay, let’s f*cking go!” she said. “Stop stalling, rip that shirt off, and let’s see that grind!”

YOUTUBE:CORINNA KOPFCorinna Kopf played a key role in convincing Tfue to go through with his shirtless Homer Grind promise.

His dance move of choice was the Homer Grind, which is the nickname given to a dance performed by Homer Simpson in the hit TV series The Simpsons.

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The dance involves putting your hands in front of your face while grinding the air, and, according to Urban Dictionary, is considered an indication of the performer’s desire to have sex.

Tfue has done the Homer Grind on stream before, albeit with a shirt on, including this impromptu dance session he held after chugging beers with his former FaZe Clan duo Dennis ‘Cloak’ Lepore.

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Whether or not Tfue had fun doing his shirtless hip thrusts, we may never know. But if he didn’t, he may want to rethink about making such promises to his viewers in the future.

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TikTok makeup artist looks terrifying as Rick & Morty’s Mr. Meeseeks

Published: 8/Oct/2020 16:56

by Alice Hearing

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Popular TikToker Abby Roberts has transformed herself into Mr. Meeseeks from Netflix’s Rick & Morty using only make-up, and the results are insane.

Abby Roberts (Abby artistry) is a British TikToker and makeup artist with more than 12.4 million followers on the app. Abby is well known for her incredible makeup skills, cosplay, and ridiculous transformations into different characters. Abby is also dating fellow TikToker Noen Eubanks.

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Abby consistently challenges the boundaries of how far makeup can go in altering someone’s appearance, and if you thought she couldn’t turn into a cartoon, you thought wrong.

In her latest project, and potentially in the spirit of spooky season, Abby covered her entire face in blue and drew on a giant smile with terrifying teeth. She completed the look with a bright orange wig and a blue zip-up jacket.

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Abby Roberts is well-known on TikTok for pushing makeup boundaries

In the Rick & Morty universe, Mr. Meeseeks is a creature that appears throughout the seasons. They are created to serve a singular purpose and will go to any length to fulfill that. When they do, they expire and vanish into the air. While they don’t sound so scary, fans of the show will know just how creepy and disturbing the creatures can be.

She captioned her video, “This is probably my scariest look this Halloween I’m sorry” and added “cause y’all needed some more nightmare fuel,” eventually admitting in a third and final TikTok that the look is “a regret.”

@abbyrartistrythis is probably my scariest look this halloween i’m sorry 💀♬ let me know… – ok

Halloween fanatics can expect exciting things from Abby in the countdown to October 31. Already this month Abby has shown off her amazing Harley Quinn cosplay, experimented with eye blood makeup.

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Abby also debuted a Halloween special trailer on YouTube where she is filmed sitting on a huge red throne dressed as the devil in front of satin red curtains.

Fans can see more Halloween content on Abby’s YouTube channel every Friday at 11 am PST in October.