Tfue has hilarious reaction to TSM Myth’s Chipotle advert

Joe Craven

Popular Twitch streamer Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney had a hilarious reaction as Twitch bombarded him with adverts, including one for Chipotle featuring fellow streamer Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani.

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Despite being embroiled in an infamous lawsuit against former organization FaZe Clan, Tfue has quickly re-adjusted to normal service on his streams, as he broadcasts from FaZe Cloak’s house, where he currently resides.

While streaming on June 8, he lost his cool with Twitch ads after he was inundated with them, including TSM Myth’s well-known Chipotle advert.

YouTube: TSMMyth is sponsored by popular Mexican food chain, Chipotle, and has featured in videos with the organization.
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Myth is known as one of the earliest innovators to Fortnite Battle Royale, and one of the first professional players, utilizing building on an impressive level. Since then, he has become one of the biggest streamers on Twitch, with over 5,000,000 followers.

This fame led to him being used by Mexican food chain Chipotle for an advert and, on June 8, Tfue mocked his fellow pro player after the ad appeared.

Tfue was scrolling through the Twitch page for Epic Games’ BR, when Myth suddenly appeared in the Chipotle ad. “Bro what the fuck!” exclaimed Tenney. “Myth get off of my screen dawg. Go fuck yourself, buddy! Shit, you’re lucky I’m not signed into my [Twitch Turbo] account.”

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He then was shown another advert, this time featuring NBA player Gordon Hayward, which caused him to laugh even more: “Dude what the fuck man. I’m about to sign into my account this is bullshit.”

Tfue explains that he has a ‘Turbo’ account on Twitch, which grants him ad-free viewing, but wasn’t logged in, so was being bombarded with commercials.

Both Tfue and Myth will be participating in the World Cup Qualifiers, as they head into their final weeks, and could face off in the finals in July, should they both secure a spot.

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Joe is a former writer for Dexerto, who focused on Call of Duty, FIFA, Apex Legends and Rainbow Six Siege.