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Tfue responds to Instagram after his pictures are deleted for “bullying”

Published: 12/Feb/2020 19:12

by Virginia Glaze


Twitch streamer and Fortnite pro Turner “Tfue” Tenney is hitting back at popular social media platform Instagram after several of his photos were suddenly removed from the site.

Tenney, best known for his Fortnite prowess and hugely popular live streams, boasts a massive following on Instagram, racking up over 5.6 million followers alongside his impressive 7.5 million Twitch fans.

However, it looks like the esports star isn’t immune to Instagram’s occasional oddities, with one of the pro’s photos being mysteriously removed on February 11.

A screenshot provided by Tfue shows a message from the platform that states one of his recent posts was removed for allegedly breaking their guidelines against “bullying and harassment.”

Since the post has been removed, the photo’s caption is nowhere to be found — but the gamer joked that the picture, which showed him dressed in a pair of overalls with one strap unclasped, was an “onlyfans tease,” poking fun at his exposed skin.

Tfue, Twitter
Twitch star and Fortnite pro “Tfue” was baffled after Instagram deleted the photo above for alleged “bullying and harassment.”

As the platform didn’t cite inappropriate content as the reason for his post’s removal, the deletion comes as a confusing development for both Tfue and fans, alike.

However, the esports star isn’t letting this sudden development bring him down, as evidenced by his hilarious reply to Instagram’s message.

Rather than angrily lashing out at the site, he instead posted the deleted photos to Twitter, writing, “Since Instagram deleted this, hi Twitter.”

Posing in an expensive looking entryway with a pickaxe in hand, Tfue’s new look hardly warrants “bullying and harassment” — a sentiment that other top names in the online entertainment space have also expressed.

Drama Alert’s Daniel “KEEMSTAR” Keem called out Instagram in a pointed Tweet, asking that the site “fix” the issue straight away.

Others echoed this demand, while some theorized that a “report bot” could be behind the sudden deletion, with a rogue user falsely reporting Tfue’s account in an effort to bring it down.

Whatever the case may be, Tfue is keeping his head held high in spite of the baffling removal — and he’s not afraid to work his fierce new look for the camera, either.


Meet the TikToker going viral for saying “Charli D’Amelio” 100,000 times

Published: 1/Dec/2020 0:56 Updated: 1/Dec/2020 1:09

by Virginia Glaze


A TikToker has taken over the internet for saying the name of the platform’s most-followed content creator, Charli D’Amelio 100,000 times in a row — and he’s not the first one to lay claim to fame in this manner.

TikTok star Devin Caherly has caught the eye of social media users around the globe after taking on a jaw-dropping challenge, which he announced in a video on November 29.

Claiming that he would say the name of Charli D’Amelio — the site’s most popular creator with over 101 million followers — 100,00 times, his quest soon became a viral sensation, with his original announcement video garnering over 309,000 likes at the time of writing.

Caherly kept track of his project by using an online counter, which he would press each time he said D’Amelio’s name. However, he didn’t ask fans to just take his word for it; he even live-streamed the entire ordeal, but it didn’t turn out as planned.

@devincaherlyLeave a like and come join my stream @charlidamelio♬ original sound – Slowed sounds🥰

Unfortunately for Caherly, as soon as he hit the 999,991 mark, his counter suddenly reset, leaving him completely devastated (although we have to admit, his failure made for a pretty funny TikTok).

@devincaherlyI spent 18 hours straight saying @charlidamelio and right before I hit 100,000 this happens 🤦🏻‍♂️♬ original sound – Devin Caherly

This isn’t his first experiment of this nature, either; Caherly has also said Charli D’Amelio’s name for every ten likes he’s gotten, as well as every ten comments within a 24-hour period.

Caherly’s endeavors ring similar to those of massively popular YouTuber Jimmy ‘Mr Beast’ Donaldson, who has also said the names of social media stars like ‘PewDiePie’ and Logan Paul 100,000 times in the past.

That’s not the only way in which Caherly is similar to Mr Beast; he’s also given out quite a bit of cash and gift cards for his 2.7 million fans — although we can’t say it’s the same as Mr Beast opening a free bank or tipping waitresses in legitimate gold bars.

Either way, it seems that Caherly has opened up quite a career for himself, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds in store for this young creative.