Known first and foremost as one of the faces of Fortnite Battle Royale, Myth is also considered to be among the funniest streamers on Twitch.
Over the last two years, fans have learned to expect the unexpected when it comes to his streams, much like the rest of his TSM teammates.
Interestingly enough, however, his latest act of comedy came on his social media rather than Twitch channel, and it involved a bathtub stuff with cash.
Not only did he post a picture of himself posing neck-deep in money, he also had a reminder for all of his fans, viewers, and followers to not forget to use Twitch Prime.
"Hey guys, Myth here," he said. "Just a daily reminder to make sure you guys are using your Twitch Prime sub on a streamer. You get one free sub every month, so please make sure you're using your Twitch Prime sub.
The whole thing was very comical and nonsensical, and Myth is one of the very few streamers on Twitch who can pull off being showered with dollar bills.
Probably the funniest part about the video was the moment where he pretended to sneeze midway through his monologue, blowing straight into a fat stack of hundred dollar bills in his hand.
The money bath series did not end there, as designer 'TheFinalHoss' edited the original picture of Myth posing in the tub, which the star streamer loved every bit of.
YOOOO I CANT LOOOOOOL, THIS FINNA BE MY ALBUM COVER. pic.twitter.com/OnFnPO90Eo— Myth (@TSM_Myth) June 27, 2019
Myth diving into a tub of money was just one of several headlines he's captured in the past few days. He was recently humiliated after trying his hand at CS:GO, looking very out of his depth after getting sliced apart by an enemy player.
He also recently featured in a commercial with legendary actor Samuel L. Jackson for his new film Shaft, and the two seemed to be getting along very well on the set.
While Myth's competitive Fortnite career may have not panned out as he'd envisioned, he is still very much considered to be at the top of the food chain when it comes to Twitch, and his career seems to be continuing to move in the right direction.
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