Twitch streamer faces backlash following her drunken rant about FaZe players

by Virginia Glaze


Popular Twitch streamer ‘Faith’ is facing heavy skepticism, following her drunken rant about FaZe’s professional esports players and other internet personalities during a live broadcast.

While all clips and VODs of Faith’s stream have now been deleted, a YouTube video of the broadcast showed her appearing to suggest that Fortnite pro FaZe Tfue had allegedly tried to message her.

“The most followers someone has hit my DMs with is currently 4.9 million,” she stated. “You can take that how you want.”

Viewers were quick to point out that Tfue boasts 4.9 million followers on Instagram - leading some to suspect that he was the streamer who'd tried to hit her up.

Faith went on to compare FaZe to a fraternity, claiming that men in the org try to “ establish binders full of women” in an attempt to impress their peers.

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Faith accused popular YouTuber Bryan 'RiceGum' Le of sliding in her DMs just a week before he went public with his girlfriend Abby in early January 2019.

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She even claimed that FaZe doesn’t salary their professional esports players, insinuating that the org pays in “clout.”

The streamer also alleged that popular YouTuber RiceGum had messaged her trying to “smash,” just a week before he went public with his girlfriend Abby in early January - and claimed that he was only making content “for the money.”

That wasn’t the end of Faith’s rant; she likewise accused a member of Team SoloMid of messaging an underage, 16-year-old girl, and showed alleged messages between the two to her audience.

None of Faith’s claims have been confirmed, and many users across Reddit, Twitch, and YouTube were skeptical of her allegations, noting how drunk she was during the time of the stream.

Commenters were quick to explain the situation that lead up to Faith's drunken rant, which took place after she got angry that a viewer called her a "gold digger."


According to comments on a Reddit post of the broadcast, Faith’s boyfriend had attempted to end the stream, after she became enraged when a viewer called her a “gold digger" - which prompted her hour-long rant on the subject.