Star Twitch streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney has revealed that he and ex-girlfriend Corinna Kopf have broken up for a second time, explaining that one of the reasons behind the split came through their living situation.
Back in December of 2018, rumors swirled that Tfue and Corinna Kopf had gotten together as a couple after a Twitch streamer claimed to have seen them at a party together. After the internet did some digging, it seemed pretty clear that they were – with the pair going public with their relationship in March of 2019.
However, after creating content together both on YouTube and Twitch, and even revealing some pretty intimate secrets about their relationship, the pair split for the first time in July before getting back together not long after.
Yet, with the couple flying solo for the past few weeks, fans had been looking for an answer as to if they’d split up again. During his February 1 stream, Tfue confirmed the news – explaining why they’d decided to go their separate ways once again.
“I mean, yeah, me and Corinna are broken up but we’re still friends,” Tfue told his stream viewers before explaining why that he had been the case. “I just don’t want to live in LA and she doesn’t want to live in Florida.
“She tried to live with me but you know, you can’t just move somewhere and it be ok – you’re leaving all your friends, you don’t have any friends. I mean, I have friends in LA but it’s different.”
The bad news confirmed what some fans of the couple may have been thinking already. Both Tfue and Corinna had been pretty cryptic about things on Twitter.
On January 27, Kopf dropped a solo broken heart emoji – as she did the last time they broke up – before Tfue claimed it was feeling weird to be single on January 31.
— Pouty Girl (@CorinnaKopf) January 27, 2020
Feels weird to be Single 🤷🏼♂️
— Tfue (@TTfue) January 31, 2020
As already mentioned, the pair didn’t stay apart for all that long the time and some fans will be hoping that it’s a similar case this time around.
Either way, though, plenty of fans will be able to rest easy in the knowledge that they are at least still good friends, even if they aren’t romantically involved.