Tyler1’s girlfriend reveals what she would’ve done with the $10k he lost

Published: 1/Apr/2019 18:25 Updated: 1/Apr/2019 19:47

by Eli Becht


Popular League of Legends stream Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp lost a bet to Moe ‘Yassuo’ that cost him $10,000. That’s a lot of money and Tyler’s girlfriend explained what she could have done with that much cash.

League of Legends streamer Tyler1, who is well known in the LoL scene and even outside of the community due to his rage-induced episodes, recently lost $10,000 to fellow streamer yassuo.

The terms of the bet were the two streamers had one month to see who could climb the highest in League of Legends beginning with an unranked account, but Tyler wasn’t allowed to use Draven and Yassuo wasn’t allowed to use Yasuo.

Tyler1 promises he’ll be back better than before

That’s a big chunk of change to lose in a single bet but Tyler has promised to come back stronger than before in a motivational speech he gave on his Twitch channel.

Tyler’s housemate and girlfriend Macaiyla was very disappointed about him losing the money and she explained what she could have done with it during one of her recent streams.

Macaiyla could have a new chin

“Dude I cannot believe Tyler lost fucking 10K man, that 10K is my money chat,” she said. “Why am I saying it’s my money? Because I am Tyler.”

It seems that she was more choked up about it than Tyler was but she goes into further detail explaining what she would have done with the money.

“I could have bought a chin surgery for that money,” she mentioned. “You know, Tyler really didn’t think about us, it’s unbelievable. I could have had a normal chin by now.”

No matter what way you slice it, $10,000 is a lot of money to lose and could buy a person a lot of things. 

While Macaiyla was certainly joking, it’s still interesting to hear what someone would do with that kind of money.


Logan Paul reacts to Jake calling him a “fake fighter” before Floyd Mayweather bout

Published: 5/Jan/2021 23:39

by Virginia Glaze


YouTube star Logan Paul is set to throw down with undefeated professional boxer Floyd Mayweather this February — but little brother Jake Paul isn’t a fan of their upcoming bout, even calling his sibling a “fake fighter.”

The Paul brothers have unexpectedly shifted from their careers as top-tier YouTubers into white-collar boxers. Ever since August 2018, the two have dedicated their time to training and scoring high-profile matches; and Logan may have taken the cream of the crop.

On December 6, 2020, it was announced that Logan would be fighting 50-0 pro boxer Floyd Mayweather in a “Super Exhibition” match in February 2021. This news seemed to overshadow Jake’s 2nd round KO over Nate Robinson a week prior, which may have influenced his thoughts on his older brother’s upcoming match.

“My brother is f**ked,” Jake taunted in an interview with TMZ. “It’s bad for the sport. I think it’s just for clout. You know, my brother’s a fake fighter. I’m the real fighter. He’s 0-1, I’m 3-0.”

A week later, Logan has finally responded to his little bro’s scathing words — and it’s safe to say that he’s a little confused as to where the venom is coming from, although he’s completely unfazed by the insults.

“I’m like, little brothers up to some s**t, like he wants to get some attention for a sec, go for it,” he said of the matter. “But I fully support Jake — whatever drama he wants to stir or create, it really doesn’t bother me. ‘You’re a fake boxer.’ Okay. Let’s box, because Jake is the kid that gets beat up by my sparring partners.”


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“I’ve become like rubber sheet metal, dude,” he continued. “In this fight, everyone’s sayin’ a lot of things, and for good reason. I’m fighting Floyd f**king Mayweather! So I’ve literally become immune to every — I’ve heard it all.”

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Jake isn’t the only one unsure of his brother’s chances; even Mike Tyson claimed that Floyd would “beat [Logan’s] f***kin’ ass” when it comes time for their match.

While the odds are certainly against Paul, there’s still a chance that he might surprise his critics and go the distance against his formidable opponent.

Those hoping to see how it pans out can tune into the fight via Fanmio on February 20 as YouTube boxing takes yet another huge leap in the entertainment world.