Since he was streaming the game more, there was only one thing to do – impersonate the most popular OW streamer on Twitch – Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel. To everyone’s surprise, Myth’s impression of the former Dallas Fuel star was almost spot on.
On his return to Fortnite, Myth tried to recreate the infamous diss track of Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney from FaZe Clan youngster Patrick ‘Highsky’ with a rap aimed at fellow streamer Mason ‘Symfuhny’ Lanier.
After his almost perfect impressions, his viewers were expecting big things. However, Myth failed to exceed their expectations after delivering a few quick lines off the top of his head.[ad name=”article3″]
“The cadence was there,” Myth said. “The cadence was there. But the bars, no. Absolutely no bars.”
Despite his first effort falling flat, the Fortnite star was eager to try again, slowing down this time to focus on his lyrics.
But yet again, the song was cut short, with the TSM member claiming he was “too tired” and needed “a ghostwriter”.[ad name=”article4″]
In the past, Myth has been critical of Symfuhny’s attempts to flirt with fellow streamer BrookeAB, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see another diss track aimed in his direction.
The streamer may want to heed his own advice and hire someone to write his lyrics for him – to avoid any more jokes from his Twitch chat.