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Entertainment • Jul 11, 2019

TSM Myth roasts Fortnite teammate by exposing hilarious direct messages

TSM Myth roasts Fortnite teammate by exposing hilarious direct messages
TSM Myth, Instagram / Epic Games

Twitch streamer Ali 'Myth' Kabbani couldn't resist revealing some potentially embarrasing messages he had received from another Fortnite Battle Royale player, after linking up with them in-game. 

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The Team SoloMid star, who can often be seen playing with a number of other people during his broadcasts, decided to link up with two pretty well-known players during his July 10 broadcast, one of which he couldn't help but roast. 

However, it didn't take long for the streamer to leave one of them potentially red-faced, after uncovering some private messages.

Myth, Twitter
TSM Myth couldn't help but reveal the messages during his July 10 Twitch broadcast.

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The popular streamer linked up with both C9 Snow and Symetrical on stream, but it was the latter that really caught his eye, after noticing that they had sent what could be described as a series of 'fan boy' like messages his way in the past. 

"Symetrical DM'd me on February 9. 'How many retweets for a follow back?' That's cute," he said before bursting into laughter. "On August 21, he DM's me: 'Hey, I get about [one thousand viewers] on Twitch too, looking to network.'.. Smiley face."

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Myth continued to laugh at the comments from the 16-year-old for a few moments, before presenting the DMs for everybody to see on-screen. 

While the player might not have been able to react to his comments immediately in voice chat, the reveal of these private messages could potentially have been saddening for Symetrical - who has over 38,000 followers on Twitch.

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Symetrical has not yet reacted to Myth revealing his DMs during his stream, at the time of writing. If anything, the player was probably just delighted to have played in front of a huge audience on the Fortnite streamer's channel. 

After all, he clearly waited a long time for the opportunity. 

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